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A photo circulating of a poster at a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Massachusetts was digitally altered

A poster did not advertise vaccines whilst encouraging parents to donate their children’s organs. The text calling for children’s organ…

By Trench Times , in United States , at November 10, 2021 Tags: , , ,

A photo circulating of a poster at a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Massachusetts was digitally altered

A poster did not advertise vaccines whilst encouraging parents to donate their children’s organs. The text calling for children’s organ donations was digitally altered onto the original photograph.

A photograph circulating on social media was manipulated to make it falsely appear as if a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic was advising parents to donate their kids’ organs.

Thousands of people have retweeted a picture shared by Right Said Fred of a sign urging parents to donate their children’s organs at a vaccine clinic. The photo has been manipulated, and the original says nothing about organ donation.

What people are saying?

Jason Honeycutt It’s sad what anti-vaxxers do and believe as fact… yet, when actual, factual information is available, like the safety of vaccines, they don’t let themselves believe it. And, it’s always the people that barely graduated high school thinking they know more than doctors.


Robert
Love how people are repeating that anti-vaxxers would all believe this, when the only ones who shared to me were those who were fully vaccinated. Guess you’re no better than they are.

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