COVID-19 conspiracy theorist Pete Evans reveals Facebook and Instagram are ...

Coronavirus denier Pete Evans has revealed that social media platforms Facebook and Instagram are removing posts and pages which share his same dangerous beliefs. 

The 47-year-old made the admission in a post shared to his Instagram on Wednesday, where he encouraged his fans to follow him on the messaging app, Telegram, to see his posts instead.

The former My Kitchen Rules judge, who actively spreads harmful and worrying conspiracies about COVID-19, wrote: 'It seems that fb [Facebook] and insta [Instagram] are removing more and more pages by the day.' 

Removing: Coronavirus denier Pete Evans has revealed that social media platforms Facebook and Instagram are removing posts and pages which share his same dangerous beliefs

Removing: Coronavirus denier Pete Evans has revealed that social media platforms Facebook and Instagram are removing posts and pages which share his same dangerous beliefs

His post continued: 'Thank you to all the people that have jumped on to telegram to follow. I post a lot of different information on there.

'It seems that fb and insta are removing more and more pages by the day and there are some new rules just announced for October which is going to make it a lot more interesting,' he added. 

This comes after Pete seemingly contradicted himself by providing a 'COVID Safe' disclaimer on the website of his 'healing clinic' in Byron Bay.

The disclaimer states that the clinic is committed to high standards of hygiene during the COVID-19 pandemic - which Evans supposedly believes is fake.

Frustrated: The 47-year-old made the admission in a post shared to his Instagram on Wednesday, where he encouraged his fans to follow him on the messaging app, Telegram, to see his posts instead

Frustrated: The 47-year-old made the admission in a post shared to his Instagram on Wednesday, where he encouraged his fans to follow him on the messaging app, Telegram, to see his posts instead

The former My Kitchen Rules judge, who actively spreads harmful and worrying conspiracies about COVID-19, wrote: 'It seems that fb [Facebook] and insta [Instagram] are removing more and more pages by the day'

The former My Kitchen Rules judge, who actively spreads harmful and worrying conspiracies about COVID-19, wrote: 'It seems that fb [Facebook] and insta [Instagram] are removing more and more pages by the day'

Pete's Facebook account and his Evolve with Pete Evans podcast also feature similar disclaimers, which state that Evans is not a health professional and that people should consult qualified medical experts instead.

Interestingly, the disclaimer on his podcast states that Evans 'does not endorse' the 'opinions and conclusions' of the guests he openly praises and agrees with. 

Evans' harmful views have ranged from blaming coronavirus on 5G cell towers to actively encouraging his followers to not wear masks in Melbourne, which is currently in stage-four lockdown. 

Contradictory: This comes after Pete seemingly contradicted himself by providing a 'COVID Safe' disclaimer on the website of his 'healing clinic' in Byron Bay

Contradictory: This comes after Pete seemingly contradicted himself by providing a 'COVID Safe' disclaimer on the website of his 'healing clinic' in Byron Bay

Evans' false and unscientific views about the coronavirus pandemic cost him his $800,000-a-year job at Channel Seven earlier this year. 

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