Anti-Vaxxer Tells Lawmakers COVID Vaccine Makes Folks Magnetic and Lets Them Hold Spoons From Their Our bodies

Ohio lawmakers are debating a bill on Tuesday that would allow anyone to refuse any vaccine for any reason and give them the “right” not to be “discriminated” or even asked about their vaccination status, heard by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny who has been recognized as one of the world’s leading disseminators of vaccine disinformation.

After Dr. Tenpenny falsely claimed that 5,000 Americans died from the coronavirus vaccine, he told lawmakers that the injections that have saved countless lives around the world are making people magnetic.

“Right now we’re all hypothesizing,” said a quick-talking Tenpenny after being asked about “EMF frequencies,” also known as electromagnetic frequencies.

“I mean, what is actually being transmitted that is causing all of these things? Is it a combination of the protein to which we have now bound a metal? ”Tenpenny posited to the legislature.

“I’m sure you’ve seen the pictures of people on the internet who took these pictures, and now they’re magnetized and have a key on their forehead, it’s stuck, you can put spoons and forks anywhere on it.” and they can stick because we now think there’s a piece of metal there, ”she claimed, without saying who“ we ”was referring to. There is exactly zero evidence that this is legitimate.

It also spread the false claim that vaccinated individuals give unknown property to unvaccinated individuals.

“There have been people who have long suspected that there was some kind of interface,” she continued with air quotes, “that still needs to be defined in the interface between what is injected into these recordings and all 5G towers. Not yet proven, but we are trying to find out what is transmitted to these unvaccinated people. “

The Ohio Act’s name, HB 248, is the Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act to protect non-science-refusing unvaccinated Ohioans from discrimination.

About Dr. Tenpenny reports to the Center for Public Integrity: “Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, who offers an eight-week course for $ 595 in anti-vaccine talking points after a federal judge found her “unqualified” to weigh as an expert in a vaccine-related litigation (“TV interviews don’t make an expert,” ‘he wrote ). “

Ohio Capital Journal reporter Tyler Buchanan posted the video below. His colleague at the Journal, Jake Zuckerman, who he says “followed the anti-Vax movement in Ohio more closely than anyone over the past year,” posted the following today:

Handed over to me today in front of the statehouse

– Jake Zuckerman (@jake_zuckerman) June 8, 2021

Watch the video:

The testimony is now falling apart.

Tenpenny claims the vaccine contains metal that causes forks to stick to your forehead. She saw videos of it on the internet, you see

Also promoting the 5G cell phone network vaccine theory. This is the anti-vaccine “expert witness”

– Tyler Buchanan (@Tylerjoelb) June 8, 2021

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