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Eric Trump to Be Keynote Speaker at Qanon and Anti-Vax Conference and It’s Really SHADY

If one is planning a conference and decides to hire Eric Trump as a keynote speaker, one might want to sit back and ponder why one is even having a conference (We will get to why further down). In a family of morons with IQs matching the temperature of your average city pool, Eric is known as “the dumb one.” That is an accomplishment, he should be proud, it likely took both genes and effort.

But Eric will be the keynote speaker at one hell of a shady conference near the end of October, ooky spooky.

Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump will give the keynote speech next month at an anti-vaccine conference, marking the latest alliance between the Trump family and the GOP’s fringiest elements.

Eric is vaccinated by the way. He will be talking to people he considers even dumber than him. The scary thing is that he might be the smartest person in the room.

Trump is set to speak at the Truth About Cancer Live! convention between Oct. 22 and 24 in Nashville, joining a speakers’ lineup that includes some of the most prominent promoters of disinformation about vaccines, as well as leading figures in the QAnon conspiracy theory movement.

The truth about cancer is that it is somewhat like COVID in that one can die. It is also somewhat like COVID in that the most modern medical treatment gives one the best shot at getting through it. If any of these people have children who do not get the most modern cancer treatments, the child should be taken from the home.

The conference is the brainchild of Ty and Charlene Bollinger, two major promoters of anti-vaccine disinformation who have made tens of millions of dollars promoting both alternative health cures for cancer and vaccine fears. The Bollingers have dubbed the coronavirus vaccine “that abominable vaccine.”

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And there is our answer. Tens of millions of dollars promoting treatments that put people’s lives in danger. Some of us on the left are regularly checked for accuracy of information and in exchange, one is lucky to make tens of tens of dollars. The truth doesn’t pay very well, though well enough that it’s worth telling. These people have found a way to live like kings by peddling worthless, likely dangerous, advice. One would hope that there is an especially humid place in hell for people like this.

Eric will be more than welcome at this grift-fest. Birds of a feather…

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Jason Miciak is a political writer, features writer, author, and attorney. He is originally from Canada but grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He now enjoys life as a single dad, writing from the beaches of the Gulf Coast, getting advice from his beloved daughter and teammate. He is very much the dreamy mystic that cannot add and loves dogs more than most people. He also likes studying cooking, theoretical physics, cosmology, and quantum mechanics. He likes pizza.

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