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anti-5G USB probably proved to be a muff

Conspiracy theories have been coming and going lately, especially after his recognition Covid-19 as a pandemic. Many were quick to comment on "how well designed everything is by the" big ones "who want to destroy us" and goes on to say… The strange thing is that the majority of them are not even taxi drivers (no hate for the profession). There, in the chaos of the pandemic, one must start a new wave of conspiracy theories, saying that "everything is a well-designed trick to think that we are in danger from Covid-19 but we are not in danger from it but from 5G that subterranean enters our lives as we do TikTok videos»Are you confused? We do, however. And somewhere in there, the Glastonbury Town Council mentioned a new anti-5G USB. But how effective is it?

anti-5G USB probably proved to be a muff

Fans of 5G conspiracy theories have already purchased a $ 5 anti-350G USB key that appears to be just a regular USB stick with only 128MB of storage.

According to the BBC today, the USB stick "5GBioShield was proposed by a member of the 5G Advisory Committee of the Glastonbury Town Council, who requested an investigation into 5G." The company that sells the 5GBioShield claims that “it is the result of the most advanced technology available today to balance and prevent disasters. effects caused by non-natural electric waves, especially (but not limited to) 5G, for all biological life forms. ”

The product costs 283., Which turns into almost $ 350. This is the cost to get “protection for your home and family, so the stick can be placed close to smartphone or any other electrical device, device radiation or EMF broadcast ".



  1. Finally, in addition to the pandemic of Covid-19, there is also a pandemic of stupidity.
    Because otherwise you can justify the one who buys a Protection Stick for $ 350 !!!! and even at a price that can almost buy a new computer.


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