More on Facebook’s fake coronavirus “Fact Check”

The following is an excerpt from an article in LifeSiteNews

April 24, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) ”” Facebook has finally removed the “fake news” warning it had attached to a New York Post article published earlier this year that suggested that the coronavirus escaped from a Wuhan, China biolab.

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According to Steve Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute and an expert on China, Facebook has yet to offer an apology for the unwarranted “fake news” label the social media giant had pinned to his February 22 op-ed, “Don”™t buy China”™s story: The coronavirus may have leaked from a lab. ”

“After we raised the alarm, Facebook uncensored that Steve Mosher oped about the origins of the Wuhan virus,”Â tweeted New York Post opinion editor, Sohrab Ahmari.  “But the company didn”™t apologize to the NYPost or offer explanation/accountability.”

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The two-month-long drama has cast a spotlight on Facebook”™s fact-checking methods and raises serious questions about whether the judgement of its “experts ” is sometimes compromised due to conflicts of interest.

Journalist Sharyl Attkisson previously reported that the lead fact-checker on Mosher”™s story, Danielle Anderson, has ties to the Wuhan biolab. (Continued…)

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