Blandly-named pseudo-medical organizations are promoting bad science, discredited drugs, and creating an industry of COVID denial.
Hines called RFK Jr.’s comments about Anne Frank “reprehensible and insensitive,” adding, “His opinions are not a reflection of my own.”
A disgraced progressive PR professional and a host of anti-vax celebrities: the disjointed coalition against vaccine mandates marches on Washington.
The NFL star reportedly relied on homeopathy to “raise his antibody levels,” which isn’t a real thing and doesn’t work.
Marketers of “classical” femininity are also promoting a particular brand of COVID denialism and misinformation.
A growing number of anti-vax job boards are full of people who lost their jobs at hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes because they refused to be vaccinated.
“Vaccine passports” and talk of mandatory vaccinations have been boogeymen for health conspiracy theorists for decades. But they helped get us here.
At least five states are considering bills based on language written by a fringe group. Across the U.S., legislators are promoting bad science and COVID denial.