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Anti-Vaccine Nurse Attempts To Prove That Vaccines Turn People Into Magnets

Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey/ YouTube

There have been quite a lot of conspiracy theories surrounding the current COVID-19 vaccines. However, an anti-vaccine nurse from Ohio has presented the craziest theory to date: the COVID vaccine turns people into magnets.

This nurse took to the podium in front of a state legislative committee to prove her theory as fact. It did not go as she had hoped…

Despite the original success she had with the first key, the object did not stay attached for long, largely due to the fact that Ohio in the summer can cause peoples skin to become very sticky as a result of the heat.

Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey/ YouTube

After attempting to stick several metal objects to her neck, the nurse went even further and asked the room if anyone had any questions, as if her demonstration had been successful.

As it turns out, most modern keys aren’t even magnetic themselves so how could they stick to a magnetic object?

It’s a shame that SNL has already wrapped up its most recent season because a sketch of this committee meeting has already written itself.

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