Well You Wouldn't Want Ron Johnson To *Disagree* That COVID Vaccine Causes AIDS, That Would Be Rude!

This is a bad person.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin, he works in a lumber mill there) agreed with a rightwing anti-vaxxer who was interviewing him that it "may be true" that the COVID vaccines cause AIDS (a claim that is absolutely not true). But to his credit, Sen. Johnson very responsibly urged fellow loons not to jump the gun and start prosecuting health officials like Anthony Fauci, at least not until there's enough popular support for stringing up doctors, researchers, and public health officials, OK?

Truly, the man is a model of political moderation and statesmanship.

As the Wisconsin Examiner reports, Johnson offered his encouragement of the dangerous anti-vaccine bullshit while being interviewed on the wingnut platform Rumble by anti-vaccine lawyer Todd Callender, who spouted a load of conspiracy theory bullshit:

Callender "explained" that it's high time to start criminally charging public health officials for all the AIDS that is, we will again repeat, not actually being spread by vaccines.

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Moderna Asks FDA To Approve COVID Vaccine — You Know, For Kids

The vaccine for kids under 5 could finally be here — in June.

At long last, parents of very young kids may soon be able to get their little darlings vaccinated against COVID-19. Moderna today submitted an application to the Food and Drug Administration to authorize its vaccine for use in young children aged 6 months through five years, citing clinical trials showing the vaccine is effective in preventing serious illness in that age group. The FDA is expected to make a final decision on whether to authorize the vaccine for little kids by June.

As of right now, children under 5 are the only age group in the US who aren't yet authorized to get vaccines. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is available for all ages 5 and up, but the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are only approved for folks 18 and up.

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Sean Hannity: Horse Paster? I Don't Even Know Her!


Fox News host Sean Hannity, never one to let a good fabrication get in the way of reality, lied his fool face off Friday and insisted that he had never once recommended the deworming medication ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19. But he did it on his syndicated radio show, so you couldn't see his fool face come off, and they put it back on him before his Fox News TV show.

Fact check: bullshit. Media Matters debunks the claim in hilarious detail, noting multiple occasions when Hannity did in fact say that ivermectin was a legitimate treatment for the deadly infection. This is where we remind you again that ivermectin is great if your farm animals have worms, but it doesn't do diddly for COVID, as seen recently in yet another controlled study. The new study, from Brazil, found that ivermectin did nothing to prevent hospitalizations or severe illness among people who'd been diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Hannity was absolutely certain he's blameless when it comes to spreading medical misinformation, all while spreading even more medical misinformation. Noting that infections are increasing due to the new BA.2 version of the Omicron variant, Hannity groused that the government had cruelly stopped letting everyone have monoclonal antibody treatments that had worked perfectly, although he left out the minor detail that all but one of those treatments were ineffective against Omicron (hey, that's only been known since January).

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LAPD Needs Like A Million Cops To Arrest Four Scientists At Climate Protest

Maybe they were dangerous giant mutant super scientists?

During an unseasonable heat wave in Los Angeles Wednesday, a group of climate activists protested outside the JP Morgan Chase building downtown. Four scientists — a climate scientist, a science teacher, an engineer, and a physicist — chained themselves to the bank's doors as part of a global climate protest organized by the groups Extinction Rebellion and Scientist Rebellion.

The protest was held just a few days after the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released an alarming new report saying the world can still meet the best-case Paris goal for limiting the damage done by global warming, but only by making "immediate and deep emissions reductions across all sectors," and far more quickly than industrialized nations have committed to — to say nothing of the enormous greenhouse gas emissions actually happening.

LAist's Erin Stone describes the protest:

The four men — climate scientist Peter Kalmus, science educator Allan Chornak, physicist Greg Spooner and engineer Eric Gill — donned white lab coats and chained themselves to the bank’s front doors in protest of the bank’s investments in coal, oil and gas projects. They chose JP Morgan Chase because the bank has funded more new fossil fuel projects than any other bank, according to a report by a group of NGOs.

The other climate activists soon joined the scientists, marching and chanting while holding up signs reading “Chase fuels the crisis” and “1.5° is dead! Climate revolution now!”

NASA Climate scientist Peter Kalmus choked up as he spoke about the stakes, and the price of inaction: "The scientists of the world have been being ignored and it’s got to stop [...] we're going to lose everything."

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