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Utah tech founder David Bateman facing criticism for antisemitic email

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SALT LAKE CITY – The founder of a technology company in Utah and a once-prominent Republican politician in the state, he is facing resignation calls after he sent an e-mail to several other leaders announcing a conspiracy theory against the anti-Semitism vaccine.

David Bateman, founder and chairman of Entrata, said the COVID-19 vaccine was part of a conspiracy to kill people by “Jews,” Fox13 reported.

The email attacks the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine and urges people not to take it. He stressed that the pandemic and the “systematic extermination of billions of people” would lead to efforts to “unite all the countries of the world under a single flag under totalitarian rule.”

Recipients included NBA Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith, GOP Governor Spencer Cox and Utah Senate minority Whip Luz Escamilla, Democrats.

Bateman confirmed that he sent the email in a text message to the news station. He said he had “nothing but love for the Jewish people,” but he reiterated the claims in an email. The email contained his personal opinion and was intended for several friends, he said.

He retired as CEO of property management software developer Entrata, but remains chairman of the company’s board. Bateman, a prominent figure in Republican politics in Utah, saved the party financially when his legal debt arose during a lawsuit over candidates ’access to the ballot. The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The.

His e-mail was greeted with astonishment and panic by people like Blake McCurry, another well-known technology director in Utah, who heads the Salt Lake City branch of Silicon Slopes, a nonprofit that represents the state’s technology industry. He took to Twitter to urge Bateman to resign from Entrata and “not to embarrass us.”

Rabbi Avremi Zippel of Chabad Utah called the email “blatant anti-Semitism” and “fiery rubbish” that could lead to real violence.

“We know from the ridiculous conspiracy theories on the Internet and in emails how fast things are going and how quickly this is turning into violence,” he said.

The COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the United States have been tested in tens of thousands of people and have proven to be safe and effective in dramatically reducing the risk of serious illness and death. Vaccines have now been given to millions of Americans, and real-life use and government surveillance surveillance have clearly shown that serious side effects are rare and that any risk is much lower than the risk of COVID-19.

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