Coronavirus: MAFS’ Hayley Vernon is blasted for spreading fake news

Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon is blasted for spreading fake news about coronavirus being a sinister plot to destroy the economy and form a world government

Married At First Sight star Hayley Vernon was slammed by fans on Thursday, after she shared false and misleading information about the coronavirus pandemic.

The 32-year-old bodybuilder and finance broker posted on Instagram a video from the far-right fake news and conspiracy theory website, InfoWars.

Hayley claimed that COVID-19 – which has infected more than 500,000 globally – is a ‘set up by the elite’ and a ploy to ‘crash the global economy’ and form a ‘world government.’ 

Slammed: Married At First Sight's Hayley Vernon (pictured) was blasted on Thursday by her Instagram followers for spreading fake news about coronavirus being a sinister plot to destroy the economy and form a world government

Slammed: Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon (pictured) was blasted on Thursday by her Instagram followers for spreading fake news about coronavirus being a sinister plot to destroy the economy and form a world government

She said the devastating illness was to ‘whip and align the masses.’ 

‘Corona, what a set up by the elite,’ Hayley began her lengthy post. 

‘Stage a world crisis, create panic and fear, crash the global economy, create dependency in the government, declare martial law.’

Controversial: The 32-year-old bodybuilder and finance broker posted on Instagram a video from the far-right fake news and conspiracy theory website, InfoWars

Controversial: The 32-year-old bodybuilder and finance broker posted on Instagram a video from the far-right fake news and conspiracy theory website, InfoWars

She then told her followers to ‘look at the facts.’

‘Aim – one world government and a world currency… look at the facts what is happening,’ she said in part of her post. 

She added: ‘Open your eyes – this is not just a illness, this is a way to whip and align the masses and to take your freedom your choices out of your hands.’

In the bizarre video from InfoWars, it claimed that American businessman Bill Gates, 64, has been set up as a ‘trusted hero’ amid the pandemic to help create a vaccine. 

Opinionated: Hayley claimed that COVID-19 - which has infected more than 500,000 globally - is a 'set up by the elite' and a ploy to 'crash the global economy' and form a 'world government

Opinionated: Hayley claimed that COVID-19 – which has infected more than 500,000 globally – is a ‘set up by the elite’ and a ploy to ‘crash the global economy’ and form a ‘world government

It also claimed that 5G technology has an impact on human health and was tested in Wuhan, China, where the virus is said to have originated from. 

InfoWars claimed that scientists warned that 5G causes ‘flu-like symptoms,’ similar to the coronavirus. The site claimed Facebook has blocked them from sharing article links that claim that 5G was launched in Wuhan.  

Hayley’s Instagram followers however weren’t having it, and slammed her in their comments. 

One wrote online: ‘Disgusting to say, considering people have died from this,’ alongside an eye-roll emoji. 

Another added: ‘Are you for real?? Speaking the truth?? Please! Keep on laughing about it… I really hope for your sake you or any of your family do not contract this virus… regards from a respiratory nurse.’ 

Hayley hit back, saying she was ‘simply discussing another point of view.’

Unimpressed: Hayley's Instagram followers however weren't having it, and slammed her in their comments

Unimpressed: Hayley’s Instagram followers however weren’t having it, and slammed her in their comments

Another fan meanwhile called Hayley an ‘idiot’ and hinted she was going to unfollow her.

‘WTF u idiot… bye,’ they wrote.

Hayley again hit back, saying: ‘It’s funny how people can’t respect a different view. I laugh that you don’t think for yourself and your following blindly what your (sic) being told.’ 

Other followers called Hayley ‘selfish,’ and asked Hayley if she had done her research. 

As of Friday morning, there are 2,810 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and 13 deaths.  

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine for comment in relation to this article. 

Pandemic: As of Friday morning, there are 2,810 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and 13 deaths

Pandemic: As of Friday morning, there are 2,810 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and 13 deaths

 

 

 

 

 

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