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."
They will really make you appreciate the safe planetary harbor provided by Earth's magnetic force field.
Fans of "Miracle Mineral Supplement" claim that it can cure everything from malaria to autism, but the substance could seriously harm the kids who are drinking it.