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QAnon Vaccine Conspiracy Theories

There is one thing you can believe in when it comes to conspiracy theories, including vaccine conspiracy theories.

“The QAnon theory now connects anti-vaccine, anti-5G conspiracies, antisemitic and anti-migrant tropes, and several bizarre theories that the world is in the thrall of a group of peadophile elites set on global domination in part aided by ritualistic child sacrifice.”

Genesis of a Conspiracy Theory: Key Trends in QAnon Activity Since 2017

There will always be another source ready to spread new conspiracy theories as you shut down the old ones…

5G activates the nanotechnology in vaccines???
5G activates the nanotechnology in vaccines???

The latest source of vaccine conspiracy theories, among other things, seems to be QAnon.

QAnon Vaccine Conspiracy Theories

Are you surprised?

“That QAnon, a far right conspiracy theory that originated on 4Chan in 2017, could gain so much prominence might sound ridiculous. Proponents of QAnon believe the government is run by a ring of pedophiles/child-eating cannibals who will ultimately be brought down by Donald Trump. QAnon’s favorite targets are somewhat predictable: the Clintons, George Soros and Bill Gates frequently star in their memes.”

How QAnon went mainstream

You shouldn’t be.

Why do folks question COVID-19 deaths? The same reason they question flu deaths, which are well explained by the CDC and many others.
Why do folks question COVID-19 deaths? The same reason they question flu deaths, which are well explained by the CDC and many others.

Many of the vaccine conspiracy theories about Bill Gates, including those about COVID-19, seem to be coming from QAnon believers.

Very few QAnon posts actually mention vaccines.
Very few QAnon posts actually mention vaccines.

Few are actually from Q’s posts though, who rarely talks about vaccines.

Still, QAnon has been embraced by many of the folks who push myths, misinformation, and propaganda about vaccines.

“Researchers know that belief in one conspiracy theory can lead to acceptance of others, and powerful social-media recommendation algorithms have essentially turbocharged that process.”

It’s too late to stop QAnon with fact checks and account bans

Of course, that’s not really a surprise to most people.

Anti-vaccine groups have embraced QAnon conspiracy theories.
Anti-vaccine groups have embraced QAnon conspiracy theories.

There will always be conspiracy theories about vaccines and folks that will believe them.

In addition to ones about nanotechnology and 5G, other vaccine conspiracy theories that are often associated with QAnon include:

  • that COVID-19 vaccines will be used as a method of depopulation
  • that COVID-19 vaccines will use gene therapy to make changes in our bodies
  • that experts don’t want you to use hydroxychloroquine because Big Pharma wants to sell you an expensive COVID-19 vaccine
  • that Bill Gates created the COVID-19 pandemic so that he could implant trackable microchips in everyone using his vaccines

One thing that is a little surprising is that these ‘new’ QAnon vaccine conspiracy theories aren’t really that new. And again, none actually come from posts from Q.

Folks who were already pushing misinformation about vaccines just recycled older ideas and focused them on Bill Gates and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Don’t be fooled.

Conspiracy theories about vaccines are too extreme for QAnon folks...
Conspiracy theories about vaccines are too extreme for QAnon folks…

They are really just the same old propaganda about vaccines that has been scaring parents away from vaccinating and protecting their kids for years.

“To defeat the misinformation hydra, Larson calls on scientists to make engagement authentic — public input should begin with the setting of the research agenda and continue through open dialogue as new concerns emerge.”

Vaccines stop diseases safely — why all the suspicion?

Are you really worried about microchips in vaccines?

Hopefully you have learned to be more skeptical of these kinds of conspiracy theories and know that vaccines are safe, with few risks, and very necessary.

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2 thoughts on “QAnon Vaccine Conspiracy Theories”

  1. I actually took the time and trouble to find the first date of 5G deployment in each country – and the first occurrence of the coronavirus in that country. Guess what ? The scatter plot looks just like its name – a scatter plot !! Zero correlation – and some countries had 5G but no coronavirus (when I did the analysis) , and some had coronavirus but no 5G !!

    Tell me that you are shocked !!

  2. –that experts don’t want you to use hydroxychloroquine because Big Pharma wants to sell you an expensive COVID-19 vaccine.

    I’m confused, please explain… Wait, I got it. Experts want us to use hydroxychloroquine, because big pharma doesn’t want to sell us their vaccine. Is that what this means? If not, please do explain.

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