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AP issues correction after publishing fake news story lying about ivermectin
By Ethan Huff // Sep 09, 2021

The Associated Press (AP) has been forced to issue a retraction after the "definitive source for independent journalism" was caught publishing a fake news story about people supposedly being poisoned by ivermectin.


The AP falsely claimed that 70 percent of all calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center now involve overdose cases where people self-administered the "livestock medicine" to try to treat a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) infection.

As it turns out, only about 2 percent of calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center had anything to do with ivermectin. This was confirmed by State Epidemiologist Dr. Paul Byers.

The fake news report was amplified by NPR's Chris Menahan, who rather than fact-check it simply repeated its false claims verbatim. According to reports, NPR has yet to retract or issue a correction to the story.

Rolling Stone also lied about ivermectin "overdoses"

As we reported, Rolling Stone did almost the exact same thing by lying about hospitals now being overrun with ivermectin overdose cases.

Similar to what the AP and NPR did with the Mississippi story, Rolling Stone falsely claimed that certain Oklahoma hospitals are having to turn away gunshot victims because all of their beds are currently being occupied by people who took "horse de-wormer" to try to cure the Fauci Flu.

It turns out that Rolling Stone completely made up the story based on lies told by an alleged doctor who does not even work at the hospital system named in the story.

In fact, in order to clear its name, that hospital system issued a statement emphasizing the fact that all is normal and that all patients are receiving the care they need. They had NO cases dealing with ivermectin. Probably no gunshot wounds either.

Ivermectin Derangement Syndrome is on the rise

Something about ivermectin really has the left in a tizzy, much like how these same folks responded to the Donald Trump presidency – this being the source of the term "Trump Derangement Syndrome."

Now, instead of being deranged by Trump, the left is deranged by ivermectin. Perhaps it is time to pathologize this latest leftist derangement as Ivermectin Derangement Syndrome?

Many of the people who claim they want to "save lives" are almost violently opposed to the use of ivermectin, which is inexpensive, safe and effective (unlike the 'vaccines'). Even though it continues to save lives in India, ivermectin is simply not welcome here in the United States because of these sheeple.

Instead, they would rather everyone wear a mask forever and take injection after injection of mystery chemicals, which do nothing to prevent either infection or spread.

At best, Chinese Virus shots minimize symptoms, though even this is now being called into question as hospitals everywhere become flooded with "fully vaccinated" patients who are manifesting extreme symptoms of the latest Wuhan Flu "variants."

Ironically enough, nobody would be taking "horse paste" at all if the medical deep state would stop stonewalling access to the human stuff. Finding human-grade ivermectin has become so difficult that those who wish to use it are having to visit local feed stores for the horse variety – all because of Ivermectin Derangement Syndrome, or IDS.

"Ivermectin is a simple drug," wrote one commenter at Infowars about how ivermectin actually works. "All it does is prevent the spike protein from entering into any human cell. It sees the spike as a parasite, which it was originally designed to treat."

"No one reads the corrections," wrote another about the worthlessness of article retractions once a fake news item has already spread. "They're always buried deep where no one looks and they know it. It's too late because the damage is already done."

The latest news stories about Chinese Virus deception and the crusade against ivermectin can be found at Deception.news.

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