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Newsmax correspondent is SUSPENDED from Twitter after claiming Moderna vaccine had satanic trackers

Newsmax correspondent is suspended from Twitter after claiming Moderna vaccine had satanic trackers and told her followers to read the New Testament to ‘see how it ends’

  • Emerald Robinson claimed the Moderna vaccine contained luciferase that allowed the vaccine to track people 
  • Newsmax has since released a statement claiming it is a ‘strong proponent that COVID-19 vaccines are overarchingly safe and effective’ 
  • Luciferase is a bioluminescence marker that is in a class of enzymes that can produce light in a chemical reaction and is not an ingredient in the vaccine 
  • She also told her fellow ‘Christians’ to read the New Testament to ‘see how it ends.’ The Book of Revelations details the visions of John and the apocalypse


A Newsmax White House Correspondent has been suspended from Twitter after claiming COVID-19 vaccines contained luciferase that allows people to be tracked and then guiding her followers to the ‘New Testament to see how it ends.’ 

Emerald Robinson claimed on Tuesday in a now-taken down tweet that ‘the vaccines contain a bioluminescent marker called LUCIFERASE so that you can be tracked.’  

She retweeted a post by user Limitless Boundaries that claimed the Moderna vaccine contained the marker. 

Despite its misleading name, Luciferase has nothing to do with the biblical devil. It is a bioluminescence marker that is in a class of enzymes that can produce light in a chemical reaction, according to Forbes

Newsmax’s White House Correspondent Emerald Robinson has been suspended from Twitter have tweeting that the Moderna vaccine contained a satanic tracker 

Robinson claimed the vaccine contained luciferase - a bioluminescence marker that is in a class of enzymes that can produce light in a chemical reaction - and that the ingredient allowed the vaccines to track people

Robinson claimed the vaccine contained luciferase – a bioluminescence marker that is in a class of enzymes that can produce light in a chemical reaction – and that the ingredient allowed the vaccines to track people 

The marker is not an ingredient listed in the Moderna vaccine and has never been, according to the CDC

However, the marker was used in COVID-19 research back in the summer of 2020, but has never been an ingredient in any of the available vaccines, according to Reuters

Robinson also called on her fellow ‘Christians’ to ‘read the last book of the New Testament to see how it ends.’ 

The Book of Revelations showed the prophet John visions of the apocalypse and how it destroyed the world. 

She did not refer to which of the 21 chapters she was referring to.  

Following the controversial tweet, Newsmax issued a statement distancing the organization away from Robinson’s false claims. 

Executive vice president and chief content officer at Newsmax Elliot Jacobson said in a statement that the company is a ‘strong proponent that COVID-19 vaccines are overarchingly safe and effective.’ 

‘We have seen no evidence to suggest LUCIFERASE or LUCIFERIN are present in any vaccines or that they are used as any sort bioluminescent marker,’ Jacobson continued. 

In a separate statement to the Hill, Jacobson reiterated that the company does not believe ‘the vaccines contain any toxic materials or tracking markers.’  

She has made controversial posts in the past, expressing that the vaccine was a gateway to being forced to obey the government and there is 'abundant clinical evidence' that the 'vaccines don't work.' Twitter tagged her post as 'misleading'

She has made controversial posts in the past, expressing that the vaccine was a gateway to being forced to obey the government and there is ‘abundant clinical evidence’ that the ‘vaccines don’t work.’ Twitter tagged her post as ‘misleading’ 

Robinson has posted several controversial tweets in the past concerning vaccines and how it does not ‘work as advertised.’ 

Last week, the Newsmax correspondent tweeted: ‘There’s abundant clinical evidence that the new vaccines don’t work as advertised. That’s the biggest story around the world and it’s being suppressed.’  

Twitter marked the tweet as ‘misleading’ and linked to a thread of CDC and WHO posts on the website to ‘learn more about how the COVID-19 vaccines work.’ The social media giant also disabled all interactions with the post, except retweets. 

Earlier this year, Robinson claimed the vaccines were a chain reaction to force citizens to ‘obey the government.’ 

‘The pandemic is to force you to get the vaccine. The vaccine is to force you to get the vaccine passport. The vaccine passport is to force you into the social credit system. The social credit system is to force you into obeying the government,’ she tweeted in late September. 

Almost 60 per cent of eligible Americans are vaccinated and almost 77,000 new COVID-19 have been as of November 2. 

DailyMail.com contacted Newsmax for a comment.  

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