Three Coronavirus Coincidences the Media Isn’t Talking About

Because Inciting Frenzied Mass Hysteria Is Far Easier Than Critical Thinking and Asking Tough Questions

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Coincidence 1

In 2019, a little gathering known as the Hong Kong protests had been raging in China for months (you may have heard about it). These protests were dragging on and showing no sign of letting up, when all of a sudden a virus conveniently emerged out of nowhere putting an immediate damper on those pesky liberty-loving protestors.

Coincidence 2

The virus has made its way to the United States just in time to begin damaging the U.S. economy preceding the presidential elections. A convenient turn of events for the entrenched establishment of lifelong politicians who’ve spent all their time (and your money) the past three years trying to dethrone the current U.S. president.

Coincidence 3

The 1996 edition of the novel, The Eyes of Darkness written by Dean Koontz (under the pen name Leigh Nichols) just so happens to include a “biological weapon” called “Wuhan-400” that was developed “outside the city of Wuhan.”


We desperately need to be having conversations about the real origin, the convenient timing, and the possible ulterior motives behind the sudden emergence of this virus. And now, more than ever, we need to question everything we’re being told to believe by the fourth branch of our government: the media.

A mildly melancholic, increasingly misanthropic, contrarian who cherishes life, liberty, and lattes. He turns coffee and sweet tea into books at

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