atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
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#7819: India reports that widespread use of Ivermectin has reduced COVID cases to near zero

"A population comparable to the US went from about 35,000 cases and 350 deaths per day to nearly ZERO within weeks of adding Ivermectin to their protocol." But of course it's not proof that it works, because it's not a double-blind, randomized study.

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The Biden regime is withholding medical care to "undesirables". They're going to start choking the flow of monoclonal antibodies to states that aren't enacting stupid mandates that don't work and don't force people to take the vaccine.

These are the people who insist that health care is a human right, and they're denying care to people because they don't like the choices they've made.
This is, and I don’t think it's hyperbole to say it, a COVID treatment Holodomor. It is denying states vital medicine in order to punish them politically by causing their citizens to die unnecessarily.
I don't think it's hyperbole, either.

All seven of the effected states have Republican governors.

Best thing for those governors to do now? Mandate that sick people get Ivermectin. It worked in India!

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Apparently I missed reading the comics yesterday. We're all doomed.
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