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Joni Ernst has been circulating conspiracy theories about the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic

Iowa Senator Joni Ernst was among the members of the U.S. Congress who made the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Members of Congress, including the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, receive the vaccine as a matter of priority.

Ernst, a Republican senator, did the same, even posting a photo on social media and encouraging her fellow citizens to do the same.

All this would have been expected, if the senator herself, from the outbreak of the pandemic onwards, had not circulated conspiracy theories that the deaths from the coronavirus were a “fraud” in order for doctors to make money.

Just last September, Ernst shared a QAnon post claiming that only 6% of deaths attributed to Covid-19 were due to the coronavirus.

Internet users spoke of the “hypocrisy” of the senator, who, nevertheless, hurried to take advantage of her political status in order to be one of the first to get the vaccine.

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