Pete Evans is at it again with his penchant for posting bizarre social media memes, this time targeting Black Lives Matter protesters.
Earlier this month Evans made headlines after suggesting the riots over George Floyd’s death were part of a media conspiracy staged by ‘the elite’ to distract citizens from COVID-19.
Evans also endorsed President Donald Trump’s threats to use the military against Black Lives Matter protesters.
Now, Evans has taken to Instagram Stories to share a meme that asks BLM protesters to instead of focusing on tearing down old statues, to tear down 5G towers instead.
The post refers to protestings across the US and UK tearing down statues of colonial figures in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Evans has previously touted his concerns over 5G, suggesting the technology is helping spread COVID-19, which is a popular conspiracy theory still doing the rounds.
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