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Ron Johnson Suggests Covid Vaccines May Cause AIDS

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Republican Sen. Ron Johnson said it "may be true" that COVID-19 vaccines cause AIDS. Johnson has long entertained conspiratorial and disproven theories regarding CO VID-19. He has convened a group of doctors and scientists who have been criticized for spreading misinformation to get a second opinion.
3 months ago·Washington, United States

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Ron Johnson takes his anti-vaccine rhetoric to a weird new place

Seeking reelection this November, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is doing what politicians on the ballot often do: engaging in conversations with small audiences in an attempt to reach a broader range of constituents.

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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Raw Story

Republican Ron Johnson says it 'may be true' that COVID vaccines cause AIDS

In a video interview published on the right-wing social media platform Rumble, Sen. Ron Johnson said it “may be true” that vaccines against COVID-19 cause AIDS. Johnson was being interviewed by anti-vaccine lawyer Todd Callender, who alleged that the shots induce AIDS and that the FDA knew so when the vaccines were approved for emergency use. “The way to approach this is from a criminal point of view because that’s what has happened. And until w…

3 months ago·United States
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Pioneer Press

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says it ‘may be true’ that COVID-19 vaccines cause AIDS

Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said during a video interview that it “may be true” that COVID-19 vaccines cause AIDS.

3 months ago·St Paul, United States
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Political Wire

Ron Johnson Suggests Covid Vaccines May Cause AIDS

In a video interview, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) said it “may be true” that vaccines against COVID-19 cause AIDS, the Wisconsin Examiner reports.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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Madison.com

Ron Johnson says it 'may be true' that COVID-19 vaccines cause AIDS

Johnson's spokesperson later said Johnson "has never stated nor does believe that the vaccine causes HIV."

3 months ago·Madison, United States
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Alternet

Ron Johnson falsely claims it 'may be true' that COVID-19 vaccines cause AIDS

Although Wisconsin is a battleground state that went to former President Donald Trump in 2016’s presidential election but favored President Joe Biden in 2020, Republican Sen. Ron Johnson obviously has no desire to embrace the center in the 2022 midterms. Johnson, seeking a third term in the U.S. Senate, is running as a far-right MAGA culture warrior — and he was clearly pandering to anti-vaxxer extremists when he said that COVID-19 vaccines “may…

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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