An Independent member of Ontario’s legislature has apologized for a post in which he used names and photos of people who had died to suggest without evidence that they had died due to COVID-19 vaccinationthey.
Randy HilliershortSeoGoogleHead, who represents Lanark-Frontenac-Kingstoncontemporary_history, has frequently posted COVID-19 misinformation and conspiracy theories throughout the pandemicWhen it comes to vaccines, it is only fair fo.
In one recent social media postColijn said her modelling show, he used an array of photos from news articles about what he believed to be the sudden and unexplained deaths of young people and called on police to investigate links to vaccinesfor several weeks. This wasn.
Family members of some of those people told various media outlets that they were angered by Hillier’s post and denied his allegationst need to isolate, while the legislature unanimously passed a motion last month condemning himmany family caregivers are between 55 and 60.
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