Rolling Stone Arrested and Embarrassed for Writing the Fakeest “Horse Dewormer” Story You’ve Ever Seen
It’s funny how every time a therapeutic is hailed as a possible “treatment” for COVID, the mainstream media and Democrats come out like foaming wild animals to attack it.
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It almost feels like an army of organized “bots” working to protect the Big Pharm vaccine.
Because that “bot army” is writing and publishing a lot of fake articles and false narratives to scare people if they even THINK of “treating” COVID instead of taking the vaccine.
It all looks and feels a bit fishy, and again, it’s yet another reason why there is so much controversy and mistrust when it comes to this vaccine.
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It is definitely a “you protest too much” vibe the way the left-wing media is manifesting as banshees against any drug suggested to “treat” COVID.
I guess for them it’s “Vaccine or Bust”.
And right now, his focus is on ivermectin, an antiparasitic drug whose inventor won a Nobel Prize in 2015.
This drug, like Much others drugs that humans take, it is also used by veterinarians – there is an “animal” version and a “human” version – but the media is only focusing on the “animal” version to create this crazy “horse deworming” narrative. .
They claim that people ingest a “horse dewormer” to “treat” COVID.
It’s exactly the same game plan they did with the “fish tank cleaner” hysteria after President Trump suggested chloroquine could be used to treat COVID.
Ivermectin is actually an antiparasitic drug that is used in humans all the time. In fact, many Afghan refugees are being administered the drug while we are talking about parasites.
Reuters reported that refugees are given ivermectin for infections not related to the novel coronavirus.
But the left keeps talking about it as if it is ONLY used as a horse dewormer and they are creating this widespread fear about medication, which is absurd, but predictable.
And the fake news spreading about this drug is so exaggerated it’s almost mind-boggling.
Rolling Stone magazine just published one of the most blatant fake news we’ve seen so far … and it’s surprising, that while its entire story has been totally and completely debunked from top to bottom, the fact-checkers have yet to come. to them. .
The Rolling Stone article claimed that a certain hospital in Oaklahoma was so overwhelmed with people who had overdosed on the “horse dewormer” that the shooting victims were unable to enter to see the ER doctors.
That? LOL, this sounds blatantly absurd only on the surface, imagine how ridiculous it gets when you dig even deeper …
Well, to start with, let me show you the image that Rolling Stone used for the piece.
There are some things wrong with this image. The first is that it is September in Oklahoma and not many people are bundled up in coats and hats when it’s over 80 degrees outside.
Also, most people seeking help in the emergency room do not line up outside. They usually sit inside the waiting room.
And finally, most “gunshot” victims don’t drive to the emergency room and wait to be treated with their cute boots and leg warmers.
The photo that was used is a bad propaganda attempt. It was actually updated in the article to warn that it is actually an AP photo of people waiting in line to get a COVID vaccine at an Oaklahoma church in January 2021.
The next problem with the article is everything they claim to be fake.
Without delving too deeply into this garbage report, Rolling Stone states that a doctor named Jason McElyea who works at the NHS Sequoyah hospital reported that the increase in people using ivermectin, an antiparasitic drug generally reserved for deworming horses or cattle, as a treatment or preventive for Covid-19, it has emergency rooms “so backed up that shooting victims were having difficulty accessing” health facilities.
Here is a supposed quote from the good doctor:
“Emergency rooms are so heavily supported that shooting victims had a hard time getting to facilities where they can receive definitive care and treatment,” said Dr. Jason McElyea.
The problem with that? Well, according to the hospital, that’s not true. They are not treating anyone for taking ivermectin, there are no “long wait times” in their emergency rooms, and the doctor Rolling Stone cites has not worked for the hospital in 2 months.
Here is the official statement from the hospital:
UPDATE: Northeastern Hospital System Sequoyah released a statement: Although Dr. Jason McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is affiliated with a group of medical personnel who provide coverage for our emergency room. That being said, Dr. McElyea has not worked at our Sallisaw location in over 2 months. NHS Sequoyah has not treated any patients for complications related to taking ivermectin. This includes not treating any patient for an ivermectin overdose. All patients who have visited our emergency room have received proper medical care. Our hospital has not had to turn away any patient seeking emergency care. We want to assure our community that our staff is working hard to provide quality healthcare to all patients. We appreciate the opportunity to clarify this issue and, as always, we value the support of our community. “
So in short, the entire Rolling Stone article is rubbish … the biggest fake news on the planet.
And boy did they beat them for that.
– Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) September 3, 2021
Here’s what people had to say about the fake news:
“Winter coats show how accurate this story is in September.”
“It turns out that this article is completely false. @RollingStone is lying. The hospital in question issued a statement denying that any of this is happening. “
“Are they going to admit that this story is complete shit now, or will they wait a few days?”
“We always wear fall / winter clothes here in Okie land when it’s almost 100 ° F outside. Of all the pictures they could have used, they wear this …”
“Denied in record time. Shame on Rolling Stone. “
“This is horrible and should be an Onion headline, not real life.”
Surprisingly, no numbers are given in the article, and veterinary preparations are being combined with prescription preparations for humans. I see that Rolling Stone continues to maintain the same high standards of journalistic practices that we saw in the history of UVA. “
“Rolling Stone makes fiction”.
“Well, it certainly doesn’t help when MSM mislead people into thinking THAT is what Joe Rogan took instead of the human pill under the supervision of a doctor.”
“It is shocking to see the amount of false news that is spread among MSM. Even the Hospital had to issue a statement to deny it. “
“Why haven’t the Twitter fact-checkers removed this junk story?”
That’s a lot of shooting victims. It’s crazy how they line up like that. ”
“First of all, a hospital would not allow shooting victims to wait.”
“Oh yeah, I’m sure horse deworming overdoses are the main reason hospitals are supported. How gullible do you think people are? I guess a lot. Also, the whole horse deworming thing is a bit tired now that most people who can read it know it’s on the WHO Essential Medicines List (for people). “
Well, thanks to COVID and the left-wing communists, the “medical industry” has also been officially “armed” as a political tool.
And I can’t think of anything more terrifying, can I?
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