A report by the Center for Combating Digital Hate showed that 65 percent. All the fake news and myths surrounding the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination come from dozens of influencers. The organization demonstrated a network of contacts that supposedly proves its influence on the popularity of false theories.
The Digital Hate Center is a British-American non-profit organization operating since 2017. Its legal goal is to combat hate and disinformation online. The organization is trying to pressure the digital giants by promoting the introduction of mechanisms that limit the spread of unverified information.
Top 12 Players
The report shows that 65 percent. All the lies and myths about vaccines on Covid-19 come from 12 social media leaders’ accounts. The report analyzes the traffic flow between the parties, and suggests that each of the lists presented have a clear interest in crafting flawed vaccination theories.
The list includes 12 specific names with information about the platforms they work on:
- Joseph Mercola
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
- You and Charlene Bollinger
- Sherry Tenpenny
- Reza Islam |
- Rashid Battar
- Irene Elizabeth
- Sayer G.
- Kelly Brogan
- Christian Northrop
- Kevin Jenkins
The report also includes information about how they earn, where they work and the organizations these people sponsor.
Joseph Mercola, number one on the list, has earned many years as a physician in alternative medicine. He runs clinics offering advice on natural remedies. In addition to the consulting he also gives online, the man earns money by selling nutritional supplements and natural medicinal products.
Marcula is the author of “The Truth About COVID-19”, in which he tries to prove that the coronavirus pandemic is an elite invention.
Next on the list was Robert F. Kennedy Jr., associated with the former US President. The organization, which Kennedy has chaired for years, publishes and delivers lectures and lectures aimed at questioning the legality of vaccines.
In addition, on the list are activists, anti-vaccination organizations, owners of companies that produce nutritional supplements, drugs that support the fight against Covid-19, and authors of books questioning the existence of the epidemic.
According to the report’s authors, the publication will be a tool for pressure on social network owners who have not yet decided to block the accounts described in the report.
ko / PRZ / Center for Digital Hate / Polsatnews.pl
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