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The COVID-19 Vaccines Are Not Extermination Tools

Maxim Sorokopud Maxim Sorokopud
18th March 2021
The COVID-19 Vaccines Are Not Extermination Tools
Dr. Tenpenny is known for spreading misinformation (Getty Images).

The Claim

The COVID-19 vaccines are part of a eugenics experiment and depopulation tactic.

Emerging story

On March 5th, Alex Jones’ InfoWars shared a 48 minute video titled, “Medical Doctor Exposes 10 Deadly Dangers of Pzifer/Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 Vaccines.” 

In the video, Jones talks to medical doctor and anti-vaccination activist Sherri Tenpenny. Dr. Tenpenny outlines her theories on how COVID-19 vaccines are an attempt to kill people by manipulating human ribosomal particles, along with other strategies. She refers to the vaccine as “a well designed killing-tool.”

Within days, this video had gained over 1.4 million views and had been shared on a range of social media platforms. 

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Misbar’s Analysis

Misbar’s investigation shows that the video is full of misinformation. InfoWars is a known conspiracy theory and fake news website. Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is known for her unscientific and misleading views against vaccination.  

In fact, this “special report” contains rudimentary errors that are easily identifiable. For instance, the company Pfizer is misspelled as “Pzifer” and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny’s name is misspelled as “Dr. Sherry Tenpenny.”

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The medical information shared by Dr. Tenpenny is also easily disproved. For instance, Tenpenny states the following about vaccines: “We have no long term studies. And every single one of those [vaccines] makes you susceptible to illness for the entire population for an unknown period, maybe the rest of your life, that you may be susceptible to autoimmune disease, shock, allergies, and death.” However, there is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines lead to autoimmune disease. Furthermore, a University of Minnesota study showed that 2.10% of 64,900 employees at two Boston hospitals had suffered from acute allergic reactions due to the vaccine, and only 0.025% of employees had suffered from anaphylaxis. All of these employees soon recovered.

Many social media users have shared the video as proof of the vaccines being a “eugenics experiment.” In the video, Alex Jones states that the vaccine is targeting African Americans, even proclaiming, “I know black people that have died after they took the vaccine.” Instead of naming any names, Jones says that they were people that he attended high school with and that he is trying to get permission from the victims’ families before he can reveal their identities. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that as of March 16th, 2021, while an incredibly low percentage (0.0018%) of people have died after taking coronavirus vaccines, there is no evidence that the vaccines caused any of these deaths. Instead, they occurred for reasons unrelated to COVID-19 vaccines. 

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