In July, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who is a physician, said there were “real questions” about vaccine safety (there are not). At a town hall hosted by CNN Wednesday night, she said those statements were taken out of context and that it’s “ridiculous” to say she holds anti-vaccination views.
Jill Stein, the Green Party’s presidential candidate and also an actual medical doctor, doesn’t appear to be anti-vaccination. But she’s sort of anti-vaxxer adjacent, giving a series of mealy statements to the Washington Post and in a Reddit AMA about whether vaccines are safe. Jill: you don’t have to do this!
PHILADELPHIA — “All your sins are forgiven!” Jesus informed me at a “Bernie or Bust” rally in front of Philadelphia’s City Hall. His robe was a little warm, he said. “I bought it at a Muslim store.”
Jill Stein, a Massachusetts physician, and Cheri Honkala (whose epithet in NPR's report is "formerly homeless single mother") secured the Green Party's coveted presidential and vice-presidential nominations on Saturday. Stein secured 193.5 delegates, compared to comedian and avid motorcyclist Roseanne Barr's 72,…