2:56 PM PT — CleanAir EXP CEO, Tim Bender, tells TMZ, “We are committed to developing and providing advanced air and surface purification systems for homes and businesses. No air purification system, including ours, can universally prevent coronavirus (including COVID-19) infections.”
He continues, “On June 23, we updated our website to further emphasize the coronavirus surrogates used in our laboratory testing and made all lab reports available. We encourage following hygiene guidelines in the manner ordered or suggested by government authorities.”
The Arizona church that hosted President Trump‘s rally and the company it claimed had tech to kill COVID-19 just got a tongue-lashing from the state’s top prosecutor.
Arizona’s Attorney General, Mark Brnovich, fired off a cease-and-desist letter to Dream City Church and CleanAir EXP … telling them they’re misrepresenting what CleanAir’s technology can actually do — claiming they haven’t shown any scientific proof to back up the claim that it neutralizes 99.9% of viruses that are “COVID-19 surrogates.”
The AG’s office says it is “aware of no scientific research or public health authority certifying any kind of air treatment product as a means of preventing COVID-19 infections.” As we reported, the Dream City Church bozos, Brendon Zastrow and Pastor Luke Barnett, made a video claiming CleanAir EXP’s tech could zap away the virus.
A day later, CleanAir EXP chief strategy officer, Tim Bender, told TMZ … Zastrow and Barnett went overboard and flat-out exaggerated about CleanAir’s product.
The AG also said, “the church was placed on notice that misrepresentations and false promises related to the safety of church facilities may violate the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.”
As we reported … tons of Trump supporters packed the venue earlier this week, with virtually none of them wearing masks or socially distancing.
Originally Published — 1:15 PM PT