Scientologist Rizza Islam: Super Spreader of COVID-19 Misinformation

ISNOINews

Independent Scientology and Nation of Islam news
News of the propaganda by Scientology Youth For Human Rights Award Winner Nation of Islam Brother Rizza Islam against the Covid-19 vaccine has now reached Indonesia.

Google translation:

US Nation of Islam's Black Extremist Group Anti-Vaccine Rhetoric


Retorika Anti-Vaksin Kelompok Ekstremis Kulit Hitam AS Nation of Islam


* * * * * BEGIN EXCERPT * * * * *

Quoted from First Draft, NOI activist and member Rizza Islam, who also frequently shares the COVID-19 conspiracy theory, uploaded a video clip of Dr. Anthony Fauci is discussing vaccines at CNN with the headline, "So what exactly does this experimental vaccine do?"

[SNIP]

Rizza Islam criticized Perry on Instagram. In a video uploaded to his Facebook Page, Rizza Islam claims that celebrities are paid to receive vaccines or say they have taken vaccines, even though they have not been injected.

Rizza Islam also alleged on Instagram that Aaron's death was linked to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Following the announcement that Reverend Jesse Jackson had received the Pfizer vaccine in early January 2021, then was hospitalized several weeks later for minor unrelated surgery, Rizza Islam is once again using Instagram to spread lies about the COVID-19 vaccine that it claims killed someone, according to First Draft report .

HISTORICAL TRAUMA TO DRIVE ANTI-VACCINE MISINFORMATION

Rizza Islam often uses her platform to post COVID-19 conspiracy theories about the Black community that include the phrase “Not the Next Tuskegee Experiment”. On a separate Instagram page with the same name, the bio of the account reads, “We are NOT WILLING to be experimented with on vaccines or other proven UNSAFE! We are human! Treat us like humans. " The link to the site also sells T-shirts and various other products featuring the phrase.

* * * * * END EXCERPT * * * * *

/
 

ISNOINews

Independent Scientology and Nation of Islam news
Scientology Youth for Human Rights Award Winner Nation of Islam Brother Rizza Islam has posted a video about vaccines to Instagram that independent fact-checkers have determined is "False" because:

"No increased risk of autism observed in Aftican-American boys associated with MMR vaccine; claim based on erroneous study retracted in 2014. -- Health Feedback


http://instagr.am/p/CLqgeM5gvcs/

Screenshot_20210224-082752_1614181125139.png

Screenshot_20210224-082814_1614181154156.png

Screenshot_20210224-082912_1614181192190.png


The full fact-check:

Health Feedback -- No increased risk of autism observed in African-American boys associated with MMR vaccine; claim based on erroneous study retracted in 2014


No increased risk of autism observed in African-American boys associated with MMR vaccine; claim based on erroneous study retracted in 2014


Screenshot_20210224-083747_1614181221979.png

/
 
Last edited:
Top