Do the FDA Want to Replace Salt With Bill Gates' New mRNA Fake Salt?

Viral Claim on Social media: The FDA is quietly planning to replace most salt in America with a new synthetic 'salt substitute' produced by Bill Gates that will be laced with mRNA chemicals.

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Verification: The claim that the FDA plans to replace most salt in America with Bill Gates' new mRNA fake salt is false. There is no evidence to support this claim, and fact-checkers have debunked it.

The claim appears to have originated from a website called Natural News, which is known for publishing false and misleading information. The article on Natural News claimed that the FDA was planning to replace salt with a new substance called "mRNA salt". The report also claimed that Bill Gates developed mRNA salt and that it was designed to make people sick.

However, there is no evidence to support any of these claims. The FDA has not released any information about replacing salt with mRNA salt. Bill Gates has also denied developing such a substance.

There is no such thing as mRNA salt. mRNA is a type of molecule that cells use to make proteins. It is not a salt, and it does not have any of the properties of salt.

The claim that the FDA plans to replace salt with mRNA salt is a hoax. It is essential to be critical of the information you see online and only trust reliable sources. 

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Ashwin Roy is an Indian fact-checker and news writer, writing news for Ayupp since 2014.

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