Boxer Amir Khan in a false claim that the coronavirus is “artificial” after 5G false allegations

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Boxer Amir Khan falsely claimed that the coronavirus was “artificial” in a series of bizarre social media diatribes mistakenly linking the epidemic to 5G.

The former champion, originally from Bolton but with family ties to the West Midlands, went to Instagram to share false beliefs with fans – beliefs completely dismissed as “garbage” by scientists and doctors.

He bizarrely claimed that the virus was created by the government as a means of controlling the population in the midst of building new 5G towers, reports The Mirror.

Despite scientists and doctors completely discrediting the theory, Khan commented on the timing of the 5G towers erected at the same time as the British foreclosure.



Amir Khan enters the 5G conspiracy

The 33-year-old said, “I don’t think it comes from China. It’s really a lie. People say that they ate bats and snakes and that the poison was mixed. “Do you believe that? I do not believe.

“Coronavirus this, coronavirus which – you are probably bored, like me. Don’t you think it has something to do with this 5G in these rising towers?

“It is a human-made thing. It was put there for a reason – while they were testing 5G. It could be for population control – get rid of many of us, especially when they say it hurts the elderly.

“Look at these towers at night that have been erected, then tell people not to go out. “


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The news comes after a 70-foot-high telephone mast caught fire in Birmingham – a few days after false allegations that 5G was related to cornavirus emerged.

Eight firefighters were called to the properly lit EE structure on Spring Road in Tyseley at 8:18 p.m. on Thursday, April 2.

West Midlands police also went to the scene to block the road while the flames were overpowered for more than an hour.

None of the emergency services could confirm that the fire was deliberate, when they were not linked to false messages on social networks claiming that 5G was the source of Covid-19.

The false plot was totally rejected and criticized at the national level.

NHS England National Medical Director Stephen Powis, however, criticized the theory, saying, “The history of 5G is complete and bottomless, it’s nonsense, it’s the worst kind of fake news.

“The reality is that mobile phone networks are absolutely essential for all of us, especially when we are at home and cannot see families and friends.

“I am absolutely outraged and disgusted that people are taking action against the infrastructure we need to weather this crisis. “

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