Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Piers claims coronavirus pandemic is cover for the Government to microchip the population – The Sun

JEREMY Corbyn’s brother Piers joined an anti-lockdown protest after claiming there is no pandemic — and the Government is on a secret mission to microchip the population.

The weather forecaster, 73, was spotted on Sunday waving a placard — the third time in days he has led demos of up to 40 in Glastonbury, Somerset.

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At an earlier ­protest, he claimed vaccinated Brits would be injected with chips.

Piers, older than Jezza, declared: “It’s a lockdown for another purpose… preparing us to be controlled under a new world order.”

He was seen talking to cops. There were two arrests and three fines under lockdown rules.

Jeremy Corbyn’s sibling has also repeatedly claimed the world is not experiencing a global pandemic, despite worldwide deaths close to 250,000.

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Piers has previously hit headlines after branding teen climate activist Greta Thunberg an “ignorant, brainwashed child” and tweeting her image alongside a swastika.

He was a housing and squatters’ rights activist in the 1970s.

He even fought for a London council seat as a ‘Squatters and Tenants’ candidate in 1974, and served as a councillor in the Southwark area before quitting Labour in 2002.


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