Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
During the talk, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who’s been promoting vaccine misinformation for years, promoted false and misleading claims about vaccine safety and COVID-19.
Conspiracy peddlers of every stripe are increasingly twisting the pandemic to bolster their world views—and to claim that perhaps it's not real at all.
Anti-vaxx conspiracy theories have gained traction in the small island nation, with disastrous consequences.
A new study found that 54 percent of anti-vaccine ads came from just two major anti-vax groups. Meanwhile, Facebook's efforts to regulate "political" ads have led them to remove scientifically accurate, pro-vaccine posts.
Apropos of seemingly nothing, the once-respected environmental activist and Kennedy scion posted a long tribute to the father of the anti-vaccine movement.
Like Trump, the environmental activist has floated the widely debunked claim that vaccines are linked to autism.