covid-19 conspiracy theories
High-profile conspiracy theorist David Icke had been scheduled to speak at a demo by a Dutch conspiracist group.
Their founder, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., had his Instagram account deleted last year.
As awareness of the disease grows, so have beliefs about it being engineered in a lab or “released to help Biden.”
Twitter has 14 days to hand over the name and email address attached to the account to far-right internet personality Avi Yemini.
"Hologram version is a message to the masses, preparing them," wrote one conspiracy theorist.
It's worrying when you consider that men are twice as likely to die from COVID-19 than women.
David Wilcock and Corey Goode are peddling salvation, protection from the "illuminati deep state," and bogus COVID-19 explanations to millions on YouTube.
Social-distancing protesters, “medical freedom” advocates, and anti-vaccine activists all rely on deeply flawed ideas about how public health measures work—and how safe they are themselves.