Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 1 October 2020

Care home nurse who claimed the pandemic is a hoax while protesting in her uniform against lockdown reveals she’s been FIRED from her job but still insists she’s seen ‘no evidence’ of a killer virus

A care home nurse who was fired after attending a protest claiming the global pandemic is a hoax insists she has seen ‘no evidence’ of a killer virus. 

Carley Louise Stewart, 31, of Preston, was among the 10,000 Covid-19 conspiracy theorists who took to the streets of London in August to demonstrate against lockdown restrictions and vaccination programmes. 

Dressed in her uniform from the Ribble View care home in Fishwick, and brandishing a placard with ‘We have empty beds’ on one side and ‘Nurse on call. Where’s the pandemic?’ on the other, the mother-of-two argued lockdown has done more harm to the British public than coronavirus.

She told FEMAIL she was moved to take action after seeing ‘absolutely no evidence of a killer virus, let alone a pandemic’.

Her claims come after the number of lives claimed by Covid-19 worldwide since the outbreak emerged in China late last year reached the grim one million milestone on Sunday. 

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