When major media wield the “conspiracy theory” or “conspiracy theorist” label, more often than not some idea or person has touched on what is at least a partial truth, and that notion or individual must therefore be suppressed. Consider how in this instance news outlets pry into the personal life of a pharmacist, who like many Americans see their world crashing down on them because of corona craziness and paranoia, in an attempt to thoroughly discredit his observations.-Ed.
Law and Crime
January 4, 2020
Motive is a big part of any criminal case, so it’s meaningful when police say they know why pharmacist Steven Brandenburg, 46, sabotaged hundreds of doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Cops described him as an “admitted conspiracy theorist,” according to a probable cause statement obtained by WISN. He said that he thought the vaccine was unsafe, and could change people’s DNA (they don’t).
The defendant allegedly brought up his ongoing divorce, and faced a lot of stress. Prosecutors also asserted that he brought a gun to work in two incidents before the sabotage incident.
This comes as his wife filed an affidavit described his concerns about society “crashing down.”