Who is @tizzyent? Anti-vaxxer accused of selling fraudulent Covid vaccination cards
A well-known TikTok user seems to have busted an Instagram scam that allowed unvaccinated people to be listed as vaccinated in medical databases. Now, the FBI has been notified of the same.
TikTok user @tizzyent posted a video on Wednesday, August 25, to his more than 2 million followers on the platform detailing how a popular anti-vax activist was selling fraudulent Covid-19 vaccination cards with legitimate lot numbers on Instagram. Going by the handle @5starjazziii, the anti-vaxxer is said to have advertised her fake vaccination card business to her more than 300,000 followers on the platform. The page is currently unavailable.
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According to the Daily Dot, @5starjazziiii noted in one of her Instagram stories that she was looking to "expanding her team" and asked pharmacy and hospital workers with "computer access" to send her a direct message or DM. TikToker @tizzyent found the profile and sent a message to @5starjazziiii posing as a Walgreens employee. He received her cell phone number shortly after.
Told you...— Michael Mc (@TizzyEnt) August 25, 2021
I've uncovered evidence of a scam allowing the unvaccinated to appear vaccinated, but how many? pic.twitter.com/bbFpZ8Kpcm
During their conversations, @5starjazziiii reportedly boasted how she had employed a person in New York to enter unvaccinated individual’s names into the databases and generate a legitimate lot number. The lot numbers would then be printed onto fake vaccination cards, which appear as good as genuine.
When asked about the size of her operation, @5starjazziiii said that her employee in New York was making close to $10,000 a week. According to the Daily Dot, @tizzyent found a comment by @5starjazziiii saying she believed the vaccine was sterilizing children as part of the 'LGBTQ agenda.'
However, @tizzyent is confident that the scam will soon be busted now that the FBI has been notified. The TikToker went a step further to question concerns about some of the breakthrough cases among those vaccinated. “When I hear people say things like ‘Why bother getting the vaccine, people are getting Covid who are fully vaccinated?’ I have to wonder, ‘Are they?'” he said.
Most of the misinformation comes from just 12 people. pic.twitter.com/3HGEV1u2Za— Michael Mc (@TizzyEnt) August 26, 2021
MEAWW reported on Thursday, August 19, how a prominent anti-vaxxer led a number of his supporters into the pharmacy of a Missouri Walmart and claimed that pharmacists may be hanged for administering the vaccination.
Christopher Key is an anti-vaxxer well-known for releasing videos and social media posts against Covid-19 vaccines. He has often cited an affidavit from America's Frontline Doctors, an association of medical professionals, to claim that 45,000 individuals died within days of receiving the shot, the Daily Mail reported.
Key drove from his native state of Alabama to Springfield to attend an anti-vaccine rally before heading to a Springfield Public Schools board meeting and numerous other pharmacies while in town protesting against the jabs, in addition to the Walmart stop. He walked into a Missouri Walmart dressed as a "vaccine police" to warn the company and its employees about breaking the Nuremberg Code. "If they give one more vaccine as of today after being put on notice then they can be hung up and they can be executed," he added. The Nuremberg Code was established to ensure that human research was conducted ethically.