Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, appears to be developing a new conspiracy theory that salad dressings may contain the COVID-19 vaccine.
Flynn, a QAnon conspiracy theorist who called for a military coup in the United States earlier this year, spread false claims while appearing on an Internet show dedicated to Covid-1 and electoral fraud conspiracy theory, according to former federal prosecutor Ron Filippkovsky. Shared a clip.
“Someone sent me a thing this morning where they were talking about vaccinating salad dressings. Or salad. Have you seen it I mean – and I think to myself, this is Bizarro World, isn’t it? Klein can be heard telling Flynn. “It’s definitely Bizarro World. … These people in our society are seriously thinking about how we can impose our will on them, and we need to stop that.
As mentioned by the fact-checker Mike Rothschild And Snoops, the claim emerged from a new study of how future MRNA vaccines could be grown on edible plants like lettuce, meaning they could be stored at room temperature and eaten instead of injected.
Covid-1 vaccine is not recommended for salads or dressings.
Flynn resigned as Trump’s national security adviser just 22 days after he lied about his dealings with a Russian official.
He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia during the 2017 presidential change. Trump pardoned him in November, just weeks after he lost the re-election. Since then, Flynn has devoted considerable effort to spreading lies about the 2020 election and other conspiracy theories.
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