Newsmax staffer gets Twitter account reinstated after spreading false vax info, gets banned permanently six hours later
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
A Newsmax personality assigned to the White House has had her Twitter account permanently disabled after continuing to spread misinformation about COVID-19.
Emerald Robinson had just finished a 7 day suspension from Twitter Nov. 9, 2021 for the same offense — and her account was shut down permanently by the social network about six hours later after she posted more misinformation.
Robinson has spread false information about COVID-19 and the vaccines, including a claim that the shots contain a “satanic” bioluminescence marker.
Back in 2020, she also spread false information that Microsoft founder Bill Gates had plans to use the vaccine to track people.
She has also used her account to spread false information about the 2020 election.
Newsmax, a far right network, pulled her off the air in early November after the vaccine tweet, but said she had been reassigned to other duties.
The network itself also noted that blatant inaccuracy of many of Robinson’s tweets, many of which have since been deleted, though it’s not clear if they were removed by Twitter or someone with access to her account.
As of this writing, Newsmax has not made any additional announcements about Robinson’s employment status.
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