“Hello, AP? Anyone home? Pick up. Don’t you see what you’re reporting? Don’t you get it?
So far, there are only six confirmed cases where a baby was born with microcephaly and also had the Zika virus. Six cases. That’s six.”
“There is absolutely no evidence that Zika is causing anything here. Zero evidence.”
Actually the one who really exposed the Zika Virus Hoax here is investigative journalist Jon Rappoport, by bringing to our attention what the
idiots well paid presstitutes at AP are reporting, without connecting the dots.
The Associated Press is everything but clueless. Reuters and AP are owned and controlled by the Rothschilds.
by Jon Rappoport
February 2, 2016
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)
First, many thanks to great investigative reporter and researcher, Jim West, for help on this story.
Okay, here we go.
Of course, I’m talking about the Associated Press (AP)—and its recent coverage of the Zika story: January 27, “270 of 4,180 suspected microcephaly cases confirmed.”
AP actually had its hands on the most explosive information possible, it reported that information in one stunning paragraph, and then it let that paragraph sit there like a dead corpse. It didn’t do anything with it. Just another day at the office. Connect the dots? See the implications? Never heard of it.
To set this up, earlier in the story, AP revealed that Brazilian researchers have been re-checking their own work on Zika, and lo and behold, the original 4,180 cases of babies born with small heads and brain impairment (microcephaly) have turned out to be only 270. Continue reading »