Key, who did not immediately respond to The Washington Post’s request for comment early Thursday, was invited to Springfield for one anti-vaccine rally last Saturday according to Springfield News Leader, who first reported on the Walmart incident. Videos on Key’s Facebook page show that he also spoke at a Springfield Public Schools board meeting and made the rounds to other pharmacies, where he bombarded workers with similar false rhetoric.
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