In a segment about Covid-19 vaccines, MultiChoice's religious channel 342 — Daystar — was found guilty of violating the Broadcasting Complaints Commission rule of conduct and ordered to correct the record. Sunette Lötter, the BCCSA's chairwoman advocate, upheld a complaint over Daystar's Ministry Now show, which featured disgraced former research scientist Judy Mikovits and New York doctor Lawrence Palevsky, a key proponent of the debunked conspiracy theory that vaccines cause autism.
Daystar, a Christian station owned by MultiChoice, has been found guilty of violating the Broadcasting Complaints Commission's code of conduct in a segment about Covid-19 immunizations and ordered to correct the record. Sunette Lötter, BCCSA chairwoman advocate, sustained a complaint regarding Daystar's Ministry Now show, which featured discredited former research scientist Judy Mikovits and New York doctor Lawrence Palevsky, a strong proponent of the discredited conspiracy theory that vaccines cause autism.
https://www.facebook.com/100003395878752/posts/4325022674287552/ For those of you who don't know this particular man of God, Dr Marcus Lamb, you can check your televisions on the DSTV channel Chanel 345, on the TV called to Daystar. He is a founder of that television network, I mean the Christian television network, Daystar.
Photo:Getty images Weeks after contracting the virus, the founder of a global evangelical Christian television network who publicly opposed Covid-19 vaccines died. Marcus Lamb, the 64-year-old founder and president of the Texas-based Daystar Television Network, died on Tuesday, according to a tweet from the conservative network.