Alan Keyes Is Helping Sell a Toxic Bleach 'Cure' to the Vulnerable and Desperate - 2019-12-07

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F375.png Alan Keyes Is Helping Sell a Toxic Bleach 'Cure' to the Vulnerable and Desperate December 7, 2019, Kelly Weill, Daily Beast

They promote bleach as a miracle cure and distribute it to children in developing countries. And now they have a prominent conservative pundit propping up their network.

The "Miracle Mineral Solution" ("MMS") movement falsely claims a dangerous chlorine dioxide cocktail can cure almost any illness, from autism to infertility. A new addition to the Facebook-fueled movement is IAMtv, a conservative web-based channel fronted by Alan Keyes, former diplomat and adviser to President Ronald Reagan who appears in pro-MMS broadcasts with bottles of MMS from a dubious bleach "church" featured prominently on his desk. IAMtv figures even claim Keyes is helping the network spread its mission from Uganda to the halls of power in the U.S..

On a broadcast in August, IAMtv host Bob Sisson invoked Keyes' name while discussing MMS.

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