Media Hit Piece on Ivermectin Debunked, Lies About Surge in Horse-Dewormer
As reported in Zero Hedge, the lie claiming that Oklahoma emergency rooms were overflowing with people ‘overdosing on horse dewormer’ has been completely debunked. The report, sourced to local Oklahoma outlet KFOR’s Katelyn Ogle, cites Oklahoma ER doctor Dr. Jason McElyea, who claimed that people overdosing on ivermectin horse dewormer are causing emergency rooms to be “so backed up that gunshot victims were having hard times getting” access to health facilities.
The only reason Rolling Stone is calling this an “UPDATE” as opposed to what it so plainly is — a RETRACTION — is because liberal outlets know that their readers don’t care at all if they publish fake news as long as it’s done with the right political motives and goals. https://t.co/2nRaD5EbXk
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) September 5, 2021
After Joe Rogan announced that he’d kicked Covid in just a few days using a cocktail of drugs, including Ivermectin – an anti-parasitic prescribed for humans for over 35 years, with over 4 billion doses administered (and most recently as a Covid-19 treatment), the left quickly started mocking Rogan for having taken a ‘horse dewormer’ due to its dual use in livestock.