Former politician and businessman Clive Palmer has now taken to sending out flyers to promote his anti-vaxxer beliefs.
The flyers have appeared after Palmer’s failed radio ad campaign, which saw the ads get pulled from the airwaves.
The flyer opens with Palmer declaring he feels, “duty-bound to let Australians know,” and then goes on to list unverified dangers of the vaccine.
The flyer alleges that the COVID-19 vaccine has led to 210 deaths.
According to The Examiner, the 210 deaths include anyone that has died from any cause after receiving the vaccine. Basically, if you were hit by a bus, after having the COVID-19 vaccine – Palmer is blaming the vaccine.
In the flyer, the former politician alleges that the Australian Government is covering up deaths related to the vaccine. The flyer says in bold lettering, ‘Death Data Removed’.
Finally, the flyer ends with Palmer asking, “Does the (vaccine) serve any real purpose?”
News.com.au has reported that the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s national president, Chris Freeman, said: “Never has there been a more inappropriate time to communicate such false and misleading messages.
“We are at a critical juncture in Australia’s fight against this deadly disease, and this propaganda is not only inappropriate but totally uneducated and ill-informed.”
Meanwhile, Sydney is experiencing another COVID-19 outbreak.
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