REVEALED: AP Source Who ‘Fact Checked’ Mass Formation Psychosis Theory Encouraged ‘Behavioral Nudging’ People

“We have to think through the lens of behavioral science,” Van Bavel wrote. “What can we do to nudge and encourage and cajole and motivate people to do the right thing?”

After podcaster Joe Rogan’s wildly popular interview with Dr. Robert Malone aired on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” fact checkers jumped into the fray to try to disprove assertions made by Malone.

One of those cited authoritative in the AP “fact check” tweeted in favor of cajoling the public into following COVID-19 restrictions, and now claims that the collective group think around COVID-19, termed by Malone as “mass formation psychosis,” isn’t real.

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