Naomi Wolf suspended from Twitter after spreading outlandish coronavirus vaccine misinformation

In addition, Wolf has compared Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top White House adviser on the coronavirus pandemic and a respected household name, to Satan before her 140,000-plus followers, BBC News reported. She also tweeted that the urine and feces of people who’d been vaccinated had to be separated from general sewage flow so it could be tested for potential effects on non-vaccinated people through drinking water, BBC News reported.

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