Covidiot tricked into posting photo of porn star ‘doctor’ in Borat-style prank

Covidiot conspiracy theorist Naomi Wolf was tricked into posting a picture of famous porn and OnlyFans star Johnny Sins in a Borat-style prank.

The former advisor to US President Bill Clinton and feminist author shared a photo of him dressed a hospital doctor giving an anti-vaccination message.

She was sent the fake message from a "Dr Sims" by Intercept reporter Ken Klippenstein who wrote: "Hello Dr. Wolf, huge fan of your work. Admire your outspokenness."

Dr Wolf, who has an Oxford University pHd in English literature, failed to fact-check the message as she retweeted the image with the caption: "Dr John Sims:".

The private Twitter message showed Sins, real name Steven Wolfe, dressed in medics' blue overalls with a stethoscope around his neck and a quote attributed to Dr John Sims, MD.

The photo appeared to be taken from one of his porn videos as it showed him speaking to a woman just appearing in the foreground.

His quote read: "If a vaccine is effective, then why do we need to pressure people to take it?

"Informed consent means letting patients make their own choices."

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Mr Klippenstein, who Elon Musk dubbed a "douche-about-town", took credit for the prank and the tweet was deleted.

The Technoking of Tesla criticised the journalist after he shared a 2014 Vogue photo showing Musk with the late paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein's close friend Ghislaine Maxwell at a party.

Discussing the prank in satirical podcast The Insurgents, Mr Klippenstein jokes fell close to the knuckle again as he excused "targeted harassment" of Dr Wolf as she was "a donor".

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He said: "She's an anti-vax person, I feel if I can send her a picture of a obvious, very famous porn star with anti-vax stuff in it and she tweets it without looking into that, I've to say that's more her problem than mine."

The host said: "It does become an us problem when you target these people. It's kind of targeted harassment."

Mr Klippenstein joked: "She's a donor.

"I think it's kind of reflected with a broader trend with her behaviour.

"It seemed like a good natured prank.

"Whenever you have got a court jester there's always some leeway given by the king to let him do his japes and jokes."

It isn't the first time Dr Wolf has been ridiculed for failing to verify sources. In February she claimed overhearing an Apple employee "boasting about attending a top secret demo" where "they had a new tech to deliver vaccines w nanopatticles that let you travel back in time."

Mr Wolfe appeared to back the prank after retweeting a message: "This is how top-notch her vetting of information is."

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