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The "Plandemic" Conspiracy Theorist Is Coming To A TV Near You

Saturday 1 August 2020


From US news outlet Mother Jones:


Plandemic protest
(Michael Siluk/Education Images/Getty)

The “Plandemic” Conspiracy Theorist Is Coming to a TV Near You

By Dan Spinelli
July 25, 2020
Copyright © 2020 Mother Jones and the Foundation for National Progress. All Rights Reserved.


[Judy] Mikovits gained notoriety in May for her starring role in “Plandemic,” a 26-minute video asserting several misleading or false theories about Fauci and the origin of the coronavirus. The video, which was viewed more than eight million times in one week despite being removed from most social media platforms, is supposedly excerpted from a forthcoming movie, which aims to “expose the scientific and political elite who run the scam that is our global health system.”

Originally a chronic fatigue syndrome researcher, Mikovits has become an icon of the coronavirus-skeptic community for her outlandish allegations, including that a possible virus vaccine will “kill millions.” She also has carried a long personal grudge against Fauci, who she holds responsible for her personal downfall. In November 2011, Mikovits was arrested and charged with stealing property from her previous employer, a nonprofit medical research center in Nevada. The charges were ultimately dropped, but in “Plandemic,” Mikovits described the case against her as a vast government conspiracy spearheaded by Fauci. “He directed the cover-up,” Mikovits says. “And, in fact, everybody else was paid off, and paid off big time.” But, as the University of Pennsylvania’s reported, “at no point in the video does anyone explain what Fauci supposedly covered up.”


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