Jerry Day

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Jerry Day is an individual who peddles the CAFR[Note 1][1] and Smart meters conspiracy theories. He is also a salesman, and he shills products that rectify the dangers of Smart Meters on the website EMF Help Center.[2] He is also an anti-vaxxer.[3] His position on vaccination is pretty typical for the anti-vaccine community and is summarized in a quote taken from his FreedomTaker website:

Vaccinations have been proven to be extremely hazardous, unsafe, contaminated and often completely ineffective. They have even been used to fraudulently deliver sterility drugs under guise of "Malaria" vaccines. Even after decades of tragedies and atrocities caused by vaccinations, pharmaceutical interests have been allowed to buy corrupt legislation to try and force literally every American to accept this invasive and dangerous treatment. Vaccines have been scientifically found to be associated with a modern Autism epidemic and a host of other crippling and life-threatening injuries, illnesses and unexpected consequences.
—Jerry Day[3]

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  1. The Comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) conspiracy theory involve a strange interpretation of financial matters, or something. See cafr1.com for a lucid example.

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