The far-right has introduced a host of deranged conspiracy theories regarding the lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines, which have proven to be safe and effective at slowing the spread of the virus that's killed over 700 thousand Americans.
From elected officials to private citizens at city council meetings, conspiracy theorists have claimed the vaccines are magnetized, that they contain microchips, and even that they're the biblical "mark of the beast."
But few of these conspiracy theories were more delusional than one mentioned in a so-called "vaccine death report" promoted by far right state Representative Ken Weyler of New Hampshire. The report absurdly claimed the vaccines contain "self-aware" creatures with tentacles.
The state's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, denounced the erroneous claim to CNN"s Erin Burnett—and he didn't mince words.