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Utah tech CEO resigns over anti-Semitic email

24 days ago
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David Bateman, founder and board chair of the company Entrata, claimed the COVID-19 vaccine is part of a plot by the Jews to exterminate people. Bateman confirmed he sent the email in a text message to the news station. He said he had nothing but love for the Jewish people but echoed the assertions in the email.
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Yahoo News

Tech founder out after antisemitic, anti-vaccine screed

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah tech company founder and onetime prominent figure in state Republican politics resigned from the board of the company he started Tuesday after sending an email outlining an antisemitic vaccination conspiracy theory. David Bateman, founder and board chair of the company Entrata, claimed the COVID-19 vaccine is part of a plot by “the Jews” to exterminate people, Fox13 reported. The email attacks the efficacy of the COV…

24 days ago·Los Angeles, United States
Ownership:Verizon Communications
USA Today

Utah tech founder facing criticism for antisemitic email claiming COVID vaccine is a deadly plot

David Bateman, founder of the company Entrata, said \

25 days ago·United States
Ownership:Gannett
The Independent

Utah tech founder sends stunning antisemitic anti-vaccine email to state officials

Entrata founder Dave Bateman stepped down as chairman after sending conspiracy theory-filled screed about Covid-19 vaccines

24 days ago·London, United Kingdom
Ownership:Alexander Lebedev
abc News

Tech founder called on to step down after antisemitic email

A Utah tech company founder and onetime prominent figure in state Republican politics is facing calls to step down after he sent an email screed to a several fellow executives outlining an antisemitic vaccination conspiracy theory

25 days ago·United States
Ownership:The Walt Disney Company
Associated Press News

Tech founder called on to step down after antisemitic email

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah tech company founder and onetime prominent figure in state Republican politics is facing calls to step down after he sent an email screed to a several fellow executives outlining an antisemitic vaccination conspiracy theory.

25 days ago·United States
Ownership:Independent Media
The Washington Post

A tech exec sent an antisemitic email about vaccines to lawmakers and business leaders. He resigned hours later.

A Utah tech executive acknowledged his email opining about the coronavirus vaccine to...

24 days ago·Washington, United States
Ownership:Jeff Bezos

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