Americans massively believed in “chipping” through vaccinations

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Some Americans believe that Microsoft founder, billionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates makes plans to chip people through the vaccine program: 44 percent of Republican voters and 19 percent of Democrats say so, according to a joint poll by Yahoo News and YouGov.

The conspiratorial theory of nanobots, which are supposedly planned to be introduced with the help of vaccines and thus control people, was called false by 26 percent of supporters of the Republican Party and 52 percent of those who support the Democratic Party.

On average, 28 percent of adult Americans have faith in Gates’s secret plans, while 40 percent say they are not. Most of those who do not believe in them (63 percent) were among those who voted for Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016, and most of all conspiracy theorists were among those for whom Fox News is the main source of information.

About 50 percent of Americans said they were ready to get a vaccine if it was available, 23 percent said they wouldn’t be vaccinated, and 27 percent said they were not sure.

The theory of a conspiracy in connection with the development of a vaccine is actively disseminated both in the West and in Russia: director Nikita Mikhalkov in his program Besogon suspected Gates of wanting to chip all the people of the planet. TV channel “Russia 24” did not show repetitions of the issue entitled “Who has the state in their pockets?”, Which is why Mikhalkov subsequently complained about censorship.

Earlier in May, it was reported that doctor and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov called the information on lethal injections and mass chipping due to coronavirus “complete nonsense.”

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