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World Economic Forum shouted down on Twitter for suggesting Covid-19 lockdowns ‘improved cities all over the world'

Added 02-26-21 08:37:03pm EST - “The World Economic Forum, globalist champion of the Great Reset, has ruffled feathers online with an "out-of-touch" tweet how Covid-19 lockdowns are "quietly improving cities" across the globe.” - Rt.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Rt.com: “World Economic Forum shouted down on Twitter for suggesting Covid-19 lockdowns ‘improved cities all over the world’”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A video accompanying the Friday tweet by the WEF shows images of deserted streets, grounded airliners and idled factories, then notes record declines in air pollution and a drop in carbon emissions. It later shows busy, smog-choked highways and notes that “the drop won't slow climate change unless we lock in emissions cuts.”

Lockdowns are quietly improving cities around the world. ???? Read more: https://t.co/LoTPj7VyGwpic.twitter.com/EFSamua2PB

The tone-deaf tweet – coming amid millions of Covid-19 deaths and countless lives and businesses being destroyed by lockdowns – was quickly ratioed by Twitter users. The WEF's comments and linked article about the historic quietness brought on by lockdowns leading to better detection of small earthquakes were lost on most observers, who focused instead on the group's apparent affection for a dystopian, depopulated world.

lol not gone down that well like most of your "improvements"! keep coming up with more of this rubbish and everyone will see how "scientists" and "experts" are as useless as they are and your think tank can disappear as so out of touch!

Podcast host Dave Rubin made the WEF's tweet an answer to a question: “Siri, does evil really exist, and if so, can you show me in video form?”

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