The Nuremberg Code from WWII has nothing to do with coronavirus despite bogus Facebook claims. #coronacheck https://t.co/K0iUAjgJ8H— RMIT ABC Fact Check (@ABCFactCheck) May 20, 2021
#FactCheck: The Nuremberg Code is a World War II-era guideline that is not legally binding. It does not apply to COVID-19 because vaccines have passed clinical trials before they are given to the public. #CoronavirusFacts https://t.co/NTKHKm2QvV— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) July 7, 2021
Fact Check: Mandatory Vaccinations Are NOT In Direct Violation Of The Nuremberg Code https://t.co/kjm1PSwkzI— Lead Stories (@LeadStoriesCom) July 27, 2020
A bogus claim that “[v]accines are in direct violation of The Nuremberg Code” has been circulating on social media. https://t.co/zPlsqJH5N1— FactCheck.org (@factcheckdotorg) June 8, 2020
“Vaccines are in no way a violation of the Nuremberg Code” https://t.co/u1YmojELXH#CoronavirusFacts— AFP Fact Check 🔎 (@AFPFactCheck) May 30, 2020
Posts circulating on Twitter claim Germany's new COVID-19 restrictions, and a potential vaccine mandate, violate the Nuremberg Code. That is false, according to legal and medical ethics experts. @AP has the facts. https://t.co/dAUmTPYBoq— AP Fact Check (@APFactCheck) December 3, 2021
Contrary to false claims circulating online, the Nuremberg Code doesn't say that mask mandates constitute war crimes. @AP has the facts.https://t.co/MxydivkfRi— AP Fact Check (@APFactCheck) January 6, 2022
2 thoughts on “Twitter pushes denials of Nuremberg Code applicability on Plandemic”
Who believes “fact”checkers these days.
A bunch of bought liars.
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