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New Zealand PM Shuts Down Press Conference Over Unauthorized Questions From Indy Reporter

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern chose to shut down a press conference on Monday rather than answer serious questions from an independent reporter outside of what she called the “accredited media.”

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The “accredited media” means the state-run media and various globalist propaganda mills.

“We are all completely on the same page when it comes to driving vaccinations, and this is an issue,” Ardern said before Shane Chafin of Counterspin Media asked her, “Why are the vaccines not working in Israel?”

“How come the vaccine has a 39% efficacy rate and you are still pushing it?” Chafin said.

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“Sir, I’m going to answer the questions of the accredited media,” Ardern arrogantly responded.

After Chafin kept going, Ardern said, “Sir, I will shut down the press conference if you do not cease!”

Ardern followed through and walked out of the press conference only to reconvene later ensconced in the warm bosom of the establishment press.

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Ardern said last month that she’s intentionally using vaccine mandates/passports to create a two-tiered society where the unvaxxed are stripped of their rights.

She’s also now using media “accreditation” to shield herself from hard questions.

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Article by Chris Menahan

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