People who regularly watch White House Press Conferences may know who Emerald Robinson is. The Newsmax correspondent regularly peppers Jen Psaki with absurd questions. Back in September, Psaki scolded the reporter for yelling questions once the presser is over.
And Robinson also has a conspiracy laden Twitter feed. Her latest tweet, however, landed her a one week suspension from the platform.
In her last tweet, the Newsmax reporter mixed her religion with a conspiracy theory. “Dear Christians,” she wrote, “the vaccines contain a bioluminescent marker LUCIFERASE that can be tracked. Read the last book of the New Testament to see how this ends.”
While the tweet is now unavailable on Twitter, Keith Olberman shared a shot of it. Olberman wrote, “About the Emerald Robinson psychotweet: I ask, as I ask every time somebody suggests you’re being tracked by the vaccine, why they’d give you a tracking device for free when they CAN CONTINUE TO CHARGE YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS FOR THE TRACKING DEVICE KNOWN AS YOUR PHONE.”
About the @EmeraldRobinson psychotweet: I ask, as I ask every time somebody suggests you’re being tracked by the vaccine, why they’d give you a tracking device for free when they CAN CONTINUE TO CHARGE YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS FOR THE TRACKING DEVICE KNOWN AS YOUR PHONE pic.twitter.com/pArHieGkAO
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) November 2, 2021
While Robinson may be in trouble with Twitter, it is doubtful that she will face any repercussions from her employer. Newsmax has made its name in the industry by trying to out-Fox Fox News.
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