Private Facebook groups have reemerged, recommending the bogus bleach cure. In one, infamous MMS advocate Kerri Rivera is dispensing advice.
Kerri Rivera, an infamous autism “expert," runs a private Telegram group where members give potentially deadly advice. An apparent emergency shows just what can go wrong.
"This is a MAJOR OPPORTUNITY," one wrote, "to begin a discussion about a timely and interesting application of chlorine dioxide."
A substance called Miracle Mineral Solution has developed a cult following among a subset of the anti-vaxxer community, where it is believed to be a cure for everything from diabetes to AIDS.