Mainstream media outlets in Great Britain and the US were running news Sunday of a stunning petition that shows 2 million people want a new Brexit vote.
Over “two million” signed the referendum in less than 24 hours!
Unfortunately the poll was a 4Chan prank.
The BBC, The Mirror, France 24, The Telegraph, Manchester Evening News, The Guardian… all reported on the bogus petition.
But they got punked. The poll was manufactured by 4Chan and Anonymous hackers who loaded up the signatures with fake names from The Vatican, Ghana, North Korea and elsewhere.
4Chan users were bragging about their prank online.
The BBC’s desperate shilling for Remain will come under increasing scrutiny as we exclusively reveal that the supposed ‘popular petition’ for a second referendum – wholly illegal and unworkable, and unprecedented in British history – is a prank by notorious sh*tposters 4 Chan.
The BBC, the UK’s national broadcaster, gleefully reported, as real, with no basic journalistic checks, an online petition that appeared to be growing at a colossal rate. By 1:30 pm, it was one of the fastest-growing petitions in history.
Heat Street can exclusively bring our readers the proof that the spamming of the petition is a magnificent 4Chan prank that the Chads and Stacys of the BBC and liberal media swallowed whole.
4Chan users bragged about their efforts online:
— ((LibertarianRebel)) (@A_Liberty_Rebel) June 26, 2016
If you think online EURef Petition is legit you are a moron who doesn't understand how Internet works. It's a prank by 4chan kids #EUref
— Dragwlya MacAvelli (@A2Mac) June 26, 2016
@SkyNews the petition has only 20% of UK citizens signatories Its a 4chan hoax Too stupid or biased 2 accept this?
— Swifty (@clareswift604) June 25, 2016
BBC still reporting the petition even though most of the signatures have been proven to be fraudulent. #BBCNews
— Mr Squeaky Clean (@Mr_S_Clean) June 26, 2016