That’s the false narrative the #antivax lobby would like everyone to believe.
The truth: It’s a group of ringleaders who figured out how to monetize the internet selling advertising, fake books, phony autism cures, and then creating PACs aligned with extremist political parties
Jordan Sather@Jordan_Sather_ · Oct 5
Replying to @va_shiva @PeterHotez and @joeroganHotez’s claim that there’s “no science coming out of the antivax lobby” is false.
There are an incredible amount of scientists and researchers risking their livelihoods by putting forward websites, docs, books and more exposing the Big Pharma industry and the lies of vaccines.7:56 AM · Oct 5, 2019·
Ruby Ardolf, 14, has her own YouTube channel, featuring familiar aspects of a teen’s daily life and merchandise with messages of kindness and inclusion.
But Ruby is not a typical teen vlogger. She is disabled — one of 12 people worldwide with a genetic condition called Stromme syndrome, which results in microcephaly (small brain), and impaired vision and motor functioning.
YouTube channels by and about disabled individuals provide visibility into their daily lives and have drawn viewers. Special Books for Special Kids, which often shows significantly disabled children, has over 1 million subscribers, and Squirmy and Grubs, about an inter-abled couple, has about 450,000 subscribers. Both channels get millions of individual views. Ruby’s channel, Angie and Ruby , which co-stars and is produced by her mother, Angie Ardolf, has over 100,000 subscribers and millions of views …