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If you don’t follow Dr. Pierre Kory on (dare I say it, Tw@tter, do so. He’s blowing (another) gasket over this unnecessary, very expensive Ivermectin redux. Don’t know about you, but my utter disgust of big pharma grows exponentially each and every day. This. Must. Stop.

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Well, the hospitals have been killing people with Remdesivir (strong study signal for renal failure), now they can try this. The Remdesivir scandl alone should have sunk Fauci.

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The AIDS epidemic alone should have sunk Fauci.

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He killed people, like Freddy Mercury, with AZT.

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Continuing break next speed

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Freddie was too far gone when he presented with symptoms. He was in denial like so many were. Certainly understandable.

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Others too - Gates experiments. Hand in glove.

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BOOM

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My husband was in the hospital for 18 days in late April/early May (Covid). Of course he was given Remdesivir. They did daily blood draws and posted the results on his online charts page. I couldn't visit him but could check the online results. His renal function was clearly declining. Thanks to God he survived.

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My husband took the jab, Feb, phiser, was getting weekly blood draws (2yrs every week)from blood cancer (hemolatic anemia) & jab never showed up in his bloodwork but he ended up with diabetes! Survived chemo, blood was great, remission and to get diabetes from the jab pissed even his pathologist off..fwd- got covid in July and got hospitalized, the Dr. Didn't wanna call it covid because he was fully vaccinated but ya know the next blood draw from his pathologist showed immune kicked in from actually contracting the virus! I took care of him and 2 adult children full on, no masks and I (unvac) never contracted the China virus..did a blood test, never had it so hmmm. All family is well and lots of prayers! O- RH & Not risking messing up my Gold blood for a guinea test!

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That's horrible. I wish you could share that story with others who've been injured and sue.

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I’m so glad he made it. They gave my brother Remdesivir for 5 days. He crashed 2 days later, put on a ventilator, renal failure and he died. Remdesivir has a 24.9% death rate and they use it anyway, it’s criminal.

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I'm so sorry for your loss

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How many days is it given for?

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EU protocol for patients receiving oxygen is 5 days treatment. Intravenous.

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I'm not sure. It's an infusion.

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The reason I wondered is, I was thinking maybe it makes a difference how long the person receives the medication, that maybe more days = more risk of kidney problems. So I looked up the FDA approved product labeling for remdesivir here https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2020/214787Orig1s000lbl.pdf and in Table 8 on page 11, it shows some of the lab abnormalities found in remdesivir patients at Day 10, compared to placebo.

For example, to have creatinine clearance becoming worse at Day 10 of medication shows that kidney function is worsening; in the table, it shows Creatinine clearance decreased in 18% of the people who received remdesivir group but this occurred in a slightly higher percentage of people in the placebo group - in 20% of the placebo group. It's a small difference and could have been coincidence, not sure if it was statistically significant, but - the group that did NOT get remdesivir had slightly more people having an adverse change in kidney function. And then I stopped to think - Covid affects the kidneys. If it is so similar between remdesivir patients and also Covid patients who did not receive remdesivir, maybe the kidney issue is simply due to Covid. However they do recommend checking people's kidney function before starting this med because the medication is cleared by the kidney, and the kidneys have to be working in order to be able to process remdesivir. But from this, I am thinking it's Covid effects in the kidneys and not remdesivir - I hear people all the time talk about remdesivir "causing" kidney problems, but I don't see that in this data. There are also two other kidney parameters in Table 8, the creatinine level increasing in 15% of the medication group, and in 16% of the placebo group - again, not a good thing to have more creatinine (indicating kidneys not filtering well) but slightly higher in the placebo group - maybe not significant, but that is indicating to me, the remdesivir group did not have more cases with this adverse situation, so maybe it is Covid and not the medication causing the problem. Similar with "eGFR decreased" in 18% of patients on remdesivir, and in 24% of those without the medication. Looks to me like it's Covid causing this problem - it does attack the kidneys. Then on page 12, Table 9 just compares remdesivir patients at 5 days vs. 10 days, and yes, it's definitely showing greater kidney changes at 10 days compared to 5 days, so more time = greater kidney changes in a not-good direction. But, understanding that Table 8 showed the remdesivir group was no worse than the placebo group - slightly better, actually - I would think that more time on the drug simply means the infection was worse for these people which is why they were on the med longer. If they had become well, they would not have continued to receive for 10 days. So, they took the med for 10 days, but that means they were sick for 10 days, and I'm thinking it was Covid that caused the kidney function to trend in a not-good direction. The info we don't have here is, how large were the changes in kidney function - we see how many had these changes, but not whether these were tiny changes or larger and more serious. Finally, Table 10 shows a different trial in which remdesivir is compared to placebo, and it shows more people had kidney problems among those people receiving "standard of care" compared to the remdesivir group. So, it's easy to blame remdesivir, but I don't think it's correct to do so. I think remdesivir is getting blamed for what Covid can do to the kidneys.

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All these multiple organs: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmed.2020.594495/full are hotspots for ACE2 receptors. There are always underlying issues that get triggered by COV+ (and folks please correct me if wrong) during this outbreak. Weirdly, WHO advised aginst Remdisivir 11 months ago: https://www.who.int/news-room/feature-stories/detail/who-recommends-against-the-use-of-remdesivir-in-covid-19-patients, unusual for a $$$ machine. The underbelly story is here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jvchamary/2021/01/31/remdesivir-covid-coronavirus/?sh=4aa31c5f66c2. Wall Street strikes again. Sadly.

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My local hospital only gives remdesivir for 5 days max with a loading dose the first day. Could be the drug causes kidney issues, could be Covid as you pointed out. Or could be numerous other things. A lot of cells are dying from the virus dividing. That debris needs to go somewhere and usually swallowed up by the immune system. But intercellular components, potassium and the like, need to be filtered out making the kidney work harder. That aside, antibiotics can cause kidney issues. Vancomycin, given very frequently for gram positive infections, can cause kidney and hearing issues. Frequent infusions require regular kidney function test to ensure the kidneys aren't being damaged. All that being said, the remdesivir is worthless. When the WHO doesn't even give it a recommendation..... But it is very inexpensive so there's that.

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Once daily for 5-10 days.

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My neighbor is in exactly the same position. 18 days in and failing. What turned it for your husband? Really need to know.

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Honestly, I think it was steroids. They tamp back the overactive immune system that causes the cytokine storm. But he was improving at 18 days. So many things can happen when the deterioration sets in.

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Regrettably our neighbor passed about an hour or two ago. Lungs just gave out. He will be sorely missed...

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I am so very sorry. And angry.

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Sad to hear. What age was the person?

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Exactly right Vanessa Hall. My Dad has been on steroids ( for asthma) since I can remember. In September they gave him a new one (methotrexate) for arthritis. This double Pfizer vaxxed independent 77 yo golfer, gardener, world traveler was diagnosed w/COV a week ago. Yes the Israeli data shows efficacy fail at that interval, but the methotrexate actually suppresses the immune system, and so he caught COV. Heavy lung load right now. Agree steroids are counter-indicated when COV+.

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No, it's not true at all the steroids are contra-indicated in Covid. I posted further below about a newly published journal article and below I gave the link to the webpage where you can click to get to the article, but - here is the direct link to actual published journal, article - and Sunshine, I am giving you this because your sister in law being a pharmacist, this may help her to advocate for better treatment for your father - https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Covid-Pathophysiology.pdf Anyway, the thing is, during the first week or so, the virus is multiplying and during that state, no, you do not want to suppress the immune system, you want to kill the virus, but this article shows that as you get into the "pulmonary phase" you do need anti-inflammatory meds and steroids. The lead author of this article, Dr. Paul Marik, is a medical school professor who has written 4 textbooks related to critical care (intensive care), and about 400 articles in medical journals, and the authors have each successfully treated many hundreds of patients with their treatment which includes using steroids. I posted below a link to a simplified version of their protocol for hospital patients which lists the meds and doses they give - and they are saving lives. What has NOT saved lives is the do-nothing approach recommended by the WHO and many government agencies including US CDC and FDA. The journal article I listed above is very recent, published about a month ago, but very complex - an article for the general public which still has a lot of medical information based on an interview with Dr. Marik is here: https://stateofthenation.co/?p=78933 - and Dr. Marik's protocol (protocol of the Frontline Critical Care Covid-19 Alliance) is explained. I thought perhaps for you SIL and the physicians, the fact of a recently published journal article would be of interest, but she shorter article for the general publish may be easier to follow.

One section of the article says: While the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health have stated there’s no treatment for COVID-19, only supportive care to treat the fever or provide fluids, Marik describes this as an outrage:4

“While we may not have the best answers, we do have some answers and to tell people to stay at home and isolate so they go blue is an absurdity that’s actually causing lots of damage because we are now waiting for the virus to, in some people, cause the cytokine storm. And when they arrive with that state it is very difficult to reverse it and stop it and bring them back.” I treat Covid patients myself, in the early outpatient stage, but sometimes I have gotten patients who are getting close to where they would need hospitalization - yet they may have already been turned down as not quite sick enough to admit to hospital - and I have used steroids with many patients myself with great benefit, but either inhaled steroids, or oral tablets, not IV steroids which are for hospital patients. Patients where the oxygen is starting to get too low and yet they were not deemed bad enough for hospital will have their oxygen improve with the addition of steroids.

One other thing to mention - methotrexate is immunosuppressive, but not an actual steroid - Also - many may not be aware, but budesonide, an inhaled steroid, was studied in 2 clinical trials in UK which successful, the STOIC trial and the PRINCIPLE trial, and it has been approved for use with Covid patients in UK for some circumstances - I don't know the details, but the research did lead to approval of budesonide, a steroid, and that is something I prescribe often with a nebulizer that makes it into a mist to breathe, and it really is excellent. In the UK trials, it was required that the patient had to begin treatment within the first 7 days of treatment, which is earlier than I would have thought based on what I have read, but then again, I only started using budesonide since the delta variant became dominant, and because the delta variant multiplies faster, that may have shifted the pulmonary phase to start sooner. Anyway, it works, and at least in the US, most of the people who say it does not work for three-letter agencies and NEVER treat patients - and the same at the WHO, the head of the WHO is not a medical doctor. They can say how they think things ought to be, and cherry pick what research they care to look at, but these guys do not treat patients. The ones who are saving lives do use steroids.

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There are studies that show asthma and COPD medications are helpful in preventing Covid and shortening the length of time people are sick with the disease.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33068560/

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.04.10.21254672v1

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Methotrexate is not a steroid it is a antimetabolite chemotherapy drug. It works by blocking the body's use of folic acid. It's used for many types of cancer and also arthritis like you mentioned. You are correct, it does suppress the immune system like many chemo drugs.

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Or how about funding the unethical development of SARS-CoV-2 at the WIV via EcoHealth Alliance, along with the attendant coverup? That scandal alone should have sunk Fauci. Dude is out of control.

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Indeed, Dr. Dudey is out of control (aka doody).

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Happy you mentioned this large amount of evidence crimes against humanity

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Is there ANY elected representative out there who does more than flap their gums about Fauci? He needs to be FIRED yesterday and prosecuted for crimes against humanity. Was Francis Collins’ departure supposed to distract us from the Fauci debacle? Did he fall on his sword oh so gently (no bureaucrat should be in their position for blady blah years….) and expect that not to translate to FAUCI?

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Can't fire Fauci yet, he still has a few more million to kill in order to join the ranks of Mao, Stalin, and Hitler. Do you think an ego like his will go all that quietly when he is so close to joining such an eliite Hall Of Shame ? There is no punishment sufficient enough to punish that clown for the harm he has done and continues to do to humanity. The fact that he is still in office and offered opportunities to spread his vile propaganda through the MSM instead of rotting away his final years in a prison cell just attests to how corrupt the government and media enterprises of this country have become.

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And how blind we have all been to this growing threat that has always been there but only seen now it is a global issue at 'warp speed.'

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I remember stories 15 or more years ago about how this charlatan supposedly was preventing research into AIDs drugs because he had financial interests in a specific drug and he wanted to see that one promoted among others that were promising. Here are two stories about that alleged scandal. He should have been fired then, would have saved the world from him funding this Covid nightmare.

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/kim-iversen-fauci-aids-epidemic-covid-vaccines-profits/

https://ahrp.org/nih-scientists-caught-concealing-millions-in-royalties-for-experimental-treatments-ap/

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Not funny, I know, but here's my take on that. https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZgdKvknv4s80/

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Humor can be a weapon. I hope.

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Gets the point across.

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That's what happens when the globalist mob bosses are protecting you. They need their puppet to do their dirty work.

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Seems like there are a lot of puppets in Washington lately.

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I've moved on from #FireFauci.

Now I'm on team #FiringSquadFauci.

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Even that would be too good for that prick.

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they can't - they are powerless...and it's sad...and scary.

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25% Covid death rate for Remdesivir Patients ,apparently !

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I would think much higher.. as it was coupled with ventilators & nothing else was allowed!

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Yes, have you seen the Daily Expose UK article? They murdered thousands in the care homes, drugging them up and ventilating.

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injuring and killing for sure, but look at all the $$$ they made pushing the dangerous drug. These people and companies could care less about doing what is right!

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Probably trying to recoup all the money they “lost” from the lawsuits of the opioid epidemic …and then some.

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The AIDS- Bactrim scandal should have done him in, but that has been whitewashed from history and now the very people cheering him loudest were the ones most impacted in the 80s. Mind boggling.

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Well said.

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My 77 yo Dad, 2x Pfizered in Spring now COV+ in hospital in Ireland on Remdisivir. I have been reading the data. 25% mortality rate in his age group when R is introduced. Have to rely on my pharmacist SIL to talk to Docs. No Irish doc in a covid ward is going to reply to an overseas phone number. EU protocol is 5 days R when on oxygen. When I asked about anti-bodies my pharmacist SIL was not clued in. Could not discern the difference between anti-viral and anti-body. Definitely an undercurrent of cash flow here......

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Here's the problem. Remdesivir only works in the early stage of Covid, during about the first week, and the same with the antibodies, I know that the regulatory bodies such as FDA have approved Redesivir only for hospitalized patients, but by then it's too late. Different treatment entirely is needed by the time they get to the hospital. During the first 7 days or so, the virus is multiplying and can be stopped during this time, and this is where antibodies could do some good, but during the 2nd week, the virus dies and what is left is a severe over-reaction of the immune system that becomes like a snowball going downhill. That has to be stopped by IV steroids and anti-inflammatory meds. Also medication is needed to prevent clotting, and heparin is recommended in hospital. The first phase is referred to as the "viral phase" and the second phase, as they are having difficulty breathing and may need oxygen, often starting in week 2, is the "pulmonary phase."

The Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) is an alliance of critical care physicians (specialists in intensive care) at many different hospitals and medical schools who have each successfully treated many hundreds of patients. One of the group, Dr. Paul Marik, is a medical school professor who has written four medical textbooks related to critical care, and about 400 articles in medical journals. This group has produced some excellent protocols to guide physicians who are providing care to Covid patients in hospital. This is the link to the home page of their website: https://covid19criticalcare.com/ At this page, there is news about a new journal article in which the FLCCC physicians review the different clinical stages of Covid-19 and explain the treatment that is needed at each stage. "Sept 28, 2021 Just Published — A Scoping Review of the Pathophysiology of COVID-19 The International Journal of Immunopathology & Pharmacology today published the FLCCC physicians’ detailed review of the different clinical stages of COVID-19, pinpointing the treatment that needs to be tailored to each specific phase." This may be of interest to your pharmacist sister in law.

In addition, if you go here https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/math-plus-protocol/ and then scroll down, you will see the Math+ protocol of the FLCCC for treatment of hospitalized Covid patients, which gives all the meds and what dose, on one page. This may also be of interest to your SIL who could then share information with the physicians in Ireland.

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Antibodies aren't used in the hospital once admitted, at least here in the U.S. It's an outpatient treatment. Once you need supplemental o2 it isn't indicated. Though occasionally there is a good ER doc that will give them and then admit the patient to the hospital. A rare thing anymore. I hope your father recovers.

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Thank you apathy. It was Ireland and I guess they had ordered a bunch of Remdisiver and had to use it up, Sad I could not be there to boss the doctors. He was put on that Track To Hell: Remdisivir, O2, only antibodies when they moved him to ICU. Furious about that. Then to ventilator. You can guess the rest. Next day he decided to check out. One thing he told me as we messaged while he still could: "Covid is not going away - the hospital is full". Dammit. Staying away from UnReTrths . Not good for mental health! You are not so apathetic my colleague apathy. Thank you for your kind thoughts. He lived a full life though was taken before finished :(

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I'm very sorry to hear that. You have my sympathies Sunshine. You're right to be furious, that order of treatment is counter productive and frankly insane.

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It has already been raised that the mechaanism of the drug will promote cancers (see Trial site news). And of course in the UK in 2012 and prior they had to 'stop' using the 'Liverpool Care Pathway' aka kill the old and ill. Of course it never really stopped.

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Even corrupt WHO declares Remdesivir it ineffective! See the story of Ivermectin above which addresses also the cheating on Remdesivir tests to get this expensive worthless drug approved. The cheating has also been documented in "Covid 19 and the Global Predators" by Breggin. Truth outs, and Fauci et all are IMO sociopaths who have no empathy for the deaths they cause/caused. Of course Remdesivir is now marketed under another name probably to confuse people who are aware of it under the original name.

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Yup kidney failure is huge but your Covid could cured

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Yup. I read somewhere that some nurses call Remdesivir "Run, death is near." I also read that it was withdrawn for use in Ebola when it killed too many of the patients. The risk was too high even with the high-risk Ebola. Crazy.

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Ebola killed the patient's, remdesivir was pulled because it was worthless and antibodies worked better.

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Crazy freakin’ nurses!

Probably right!

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Apparently Bactrim as a treatment for AIDS should have sunk Fauci

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Yes, it should have sunk him but we will find something else to finally dig his grave.

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Fauci is too evil to die.

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If they were really interested in seeing what works well for early treatment against COVID, and ultimately putting to bed the argument that IVM is just "horse paste," they should have had the trial group one-half on molnupiravir and the other half on the I-MASK early treatment protocol and see which one worked better in the trial. It would have also possibly saved lives in the placebo group who eventually died. But did they really want to see the results of that? I think not.

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The placebo group was on "standard of care." No deaths in the treatment group and 8 deaths in the placebo group says more about the current standard of care than it does about the drug.

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Just saw an Ivermectin trial on hospital healthcare workers. 271 given .2mg/kg over the months of the trial, the other 271 got placebo. IVM reduced risk of getting covid by 74%.

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I think it is evil to use a placebo during a pandemic in a situation where people really are dying. In Europe rather than placebo, they give the best available treatment and compare it to the new drug. But here, we officially maintain the fiction that there IS no treatment, so we are not comparing the new drug against HCQ or Ivermectin - despite tons and tons of data that they work very well in other countries, when given early. But - if one of these meds were put up against one of the new meds in a research protocol, there would be something in the study design to assure that the inexpensive generic was not more effective than the new one. In some of the HCQ studies where HCQ did not work out well, one problem in one or more studies was that they were overdosing people on HCQ when it is never meant to be given at more than 400 mg. per day, and they have used much higher in some studies - though it has been known for many years that if you overdose people on HCQ, yes, they can die of heart failure or respiratory failure. No one is interested in showing that cheap generics work. Not when there is so much money to be made on certain newer products, and if one of these less expensive meds were determined to be effective, no EUA for the new ones. But there are excellent studies from around the world showing that many of these older meds do work very well including Ivermectin. There is more than enough research to show clearly that Ivermectin saves lives, and even the NIH admitted this, though not the CDC or FDA.

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Same in US, "placebo" during plandemic and treating severe illness/conditions means "standard of care," so placebo group receives the current approved standard treatment. Nobody is sick and receiving no treatment in such trials. Otherwise, how would you recruit subjects? Government mandate? 🤔

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Dr. Jane Ruby says it is nothing like Ivermectin and is cancer causing. I will post link in the comments.

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As is the vaccine

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I am sorry I didn't save the link but there was a report from a PA who said she and her colleagues are seeing both more recurrences of cancer post vax that had been in remission, as well as more solid organ tumors post vax. This should be investigated.

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Dr Ryan Cole in Idaho said the same.

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We don't know that yet. Same about Ivermectin. If it were, they wouldn't keep using it for malaria.

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Ivermectin helped cure me of covid almost overnight and has been proven by drs and countries to be effective

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Good deal!!! Glad you are well. My comment was regarding the cancer causing agents. There's no proof of that. Yet.

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Molnupiravir promotes SARS-CoV-2 mutagenesis via the RNA template

https://www.jbc.org/article/S0021-9258(21)00563-9/fulltext

Decoding molnupiravir-induced mutagenesis in SARS-CoV-2

https://www.jbc.org/article/S0021-9258(21)00667-0/fulltext

"NHC can be metabolized by the host

cell to the 20-deoxyribonucleoside form by the ribonucleotide

reductase and then incorporated into the host cell DNA. The mutagenic effect of NHC has been shown in animal cell

cultures, raising concerns on the potential risk of

molnupiravir-induced tumorigenesis and the emergence of

detrimental mutations in sperm precursor cell generation

and embryo development."

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It’s starting to come out. I’ve seen many whistleblower nurses saying they have seen a drastic increase in cancers, in younger people also. https://gospelnewsnetwork.org/2021/09/14/dr-ryan-cole-reports-a-20-times-increase-of-cancer-in-vaccinated-patients/

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Someone else mentioned that as well. I asked "So quickly?" and she replied that its replicating at astonishing rates. That's beyond scary.

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I know. It’s killing off the T-cells that fight off cancer😢

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No. Hydroxycholoroquine is what I was thinking. My bad.

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Not surprising, since it is mutagenic to viruses, what protects healthy cells? It is also not recommended for anyone of childbearing age or younger, or for anyone who may have heterosexual sex anytime in the future. Or anyone pregnant or nursing.

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Always the same saga...zero accountability! This part of the planned agenda was always coming/inevitable. Not only screw humanity on the front end in every way with the experimental injections while having wonderful cheap, safe and effective early treatment options (Ivermectin, HCQ ect) suppressed, but then release news on a wonderful NEW PATENTED (taxpayer funded) super expensive early treatment option from big pharma on backend. Who would have guessed....NOT! When will real substantial accountability be enforced?

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Enforced with what? Hollow regs that you can drive a truck through? When you pay off the political class there is NO enforcement.

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When hell freezes over we will see accountability.

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Or when Pfizer starts injecting little kids and they get sick and or die! How much damage will it take to stop this farce?

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Alex, Thank You changing the subject...The Politics was starting to divide us and we need to stay focused on this Covid Cult issue !!!

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I don't know that he intended for it to be that obvious. (lol).

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I agree, begetting to look like Twitter.

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Yawn--its a continuation of the business model that has been permitted sorry encouraged by the corrupt US political system - where people like the Holmans pay to play. You want into the corrupt elite club? Here are the dues -- lets see what your payday will be. We will pass open ended legislation for you, help you evade taxes and ALSO give you subsidies on the public teat. All done with US taxpayer money.

Hell look at Agriculture, Finance, MIC etc.-- ALL run this way. Great to see people waking up.

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I wish no one would file taxes this year, that would send a message....cant put us all in jail. problem is, then they would go after bank accounts or file liens on real estate...

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Yes, they can put us all in jail. "All" being the sane half. The jailers will come from the other half. The pens will be built by illegals.

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heavy sigh:{

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Kory is the Dr. Semmelweis of our era.

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The story of Ivermectin, its discovery, use, government suppression, proof of effectiveness, and allegation of Fauci et all crimes. This is one of the truly great videos I have seen on the subject. It is even useful to share with skeptical people. https://rumble.com/vlpecw-the-story-of-ivermectin.html

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I will check it out

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Nice site. Good info. Thanks!

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This is NOT an Ivermectin redux. Totally different molecule, and Alex left out the important point that it may, at lower concentrations, spin off MORE variants!

Almost as if somebody WANTS new, dangerous variants. 🤔

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Look at “how good” this crap is. Another way to officially kill people while “saving their lives”. https://threader.app/thread/1443971976586989570

One more, from a French researcher, Jean-François Lesgards:

https://threader.app/thread/1435224880832724996

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People I know that worked for big pharma and medical staff have great disgust for big pharma. A year they did not. They took the vaccines. Now no boosters for them. Angry.

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https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34159342/

This no different than shot genetic modification ivermectin works H C L and mono-cordial

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It's nothing like Ivermectin. It's a mutagen based drug with no established safety profile. Ivermectin is safe. The new drug is more like "Cancermectin".

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Correct. Though the drug Pfizer is rushing to bring to market as a add on to their vaccines is.

https://moderndiscontent.substack.com/p/pfizers-oral-covid-19-drug-may-interact

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Or..... we could just take ivermectin....

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And all the little kids sing, "Build Back Better! Build Back Better!" What a joke.

Add to this nightmare, that Ivermectin was a Merck patent, before it went generic. So since they can't make money on that "pill," they need a new one that's hella expensive.

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If Uncle Joe meant to call his plan "Bring Back Carter", we could say he's already suckceeded.

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I see what you did there.

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I'd rather have Aspirin.......Almost the same results as Merck's Magic Pill !!

https://www.jpost.com/health-and-wellness/aspirin-lowers-risk-of-covid-new-findings-support-preliminary-israeli-trial-681127

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I seem to recall Trump was taking aspirin as part of his protocol and its recommended by FLCCC.

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to prevent blood clotting.

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exactly, low dose aspirin has been prescribed for years for the same purpose after heart etc. surgery.

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That’s right. It’s most likely a ivermectin pill with a tiny tiny dab of who knows what. But a nice giant price tag.

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Did you know that Ivermectin has an EUA for C19 treatment?

https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/tables/table-2e/?fbclid=IwAR3-5hpE2EdYvGx7wzjOg6IRdN22faIBA1LXwlnKv2KxsaX0CnU70hUOktU

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You don't need EUA to prescribe ivermectin. It is already an approved drug; this would just be what's called "off-label use." About 25% of scripts written in the US are for off-label use. It's legal and doctors are perfectly within their rights.

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Yes, it's been approved for decades, has tons of safety data, has been prescribed billions of times, and is OTC in many countries. And, yes, it is legal and acceptable for medical doctors to use licensed drugs off-label.

However, corporate pharmacies (CVS, Walgreens, Walmart) refuse to fill Ivermectin scrips for C19. And doctors refuse to prescribe it for C19.

This isn't old news.

I have Ivermectin. I got it through a tele-health agency because I knew my GP would likely not prescribe it. Walgreens would not fill it...I called them before my appointment. I was able to get it filled at a local private pharmacy. The pharmacist insisted on submitting to my insurance, even though I wanted to pay out-of pocket. My insurance company would not fill it without a pre-cert...so I paid for it.

Ivermectin has been on the NIH list of "Antiviral Agents That Are Approved or Under Evaluation for the Treatment of COVID-19" since July.

The pharmacies and doctors that block Ivermectin claim it isn't approved for use in the treatment of C19.

That isn't true. I just found out today.

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Got it—I get your point now! But it is not approved. The NIH recommends neither for nor against. But your point still stands. Pharmacies should not be refusing to fill and they definitely are. I’ve had the same experience.

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Our government only wants ivermectin used for Covid in THEIR clinical trials, guessing so they can manipulate the trial to be sure IVM shows no benefit!

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No need for an emergency approval. Ivermectin is an approved drug already therefore can be used off label.. also has a safety record better than aspirin!

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Please read my comment above. My point is that Ivermectin has been listed on the NIH list Antiviral Agents That Are Approved or Under Evaluation for the Treatment of COVID-19 since July...while the disinformation horse paste campaign was raging.

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Thanks for sharing!

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This Merck drug however, has some potentially nasty side effects! Research “ lethal mutagenesis!”

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IverMercktin is a miracle!

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No it’s a horse pill😂😂😂😂😂

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We found the Democrats equivalent of “Sieg Heil!!!”…

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Our bodies have become investment opportunities for heartless psychopaths, whether we like it or not.

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Ever was thus-- think back-- non needed "Anti-cholesterol" drugs, annual flu shots (15-20% efficacy), useless diagnostic testing, medical devices later found to be useless/harmful requiring removal etc. etc etc. The whole OPIOD crisis -- , overprescribing by doctors -- the list is ENDLESS

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I’m on cholesterol medicine. Are you familiar with citrus bergamot?

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This is what they all think our bodies are for! Only money and then to dispose of.

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I work in biopharma as technical sales and business development. I used to think that I was working with companies that had some benevolent cause and intent. How naïve. Within the last 18 months, including content like this piece, has reiterated how wrecked the whole industry has always been and that I am collecting a paycheck from the devil.

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Just thinking on this churns my gut.

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You and I both.

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Enter Beelzebub...

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This is NOT capitalism! When progressives complain about capitalism this is the kind of scenario they are talking about - This is an example of crony capitalism and we should all look down on it and try to minimalize it from happening - Crony capitalism is the enemy of capitalism because it hurts all the hard working ppl doing the right thing

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Very well said!

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Thank you

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Buy a straw painting?

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EXACTLY!!!! 🥰

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You forgot the part where it works the same way Ivermectin does...

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I would argue that this Merck garbage is more likely to create even more sick patients for biopharma and unlike Ivermectin, does not exhibit the same tried-and-true profile. For anyone interested, check this out: https://trialsitenews.com/prominent-scientists-questions-the-long-term-safety-of-mercks-molnupiravir-potential-for-birth-defects-or-cancer/?utm_source=Contextly&utm_medium=ChannelEmail&utm_campaign=COVID-19&utm_content=Notification

This piece is particularly good: https://trialsitenews.com/is-molnupiravir-a-global-catastrophic-threat/?utm_source=Contextly&utm_medium=ChannelEmail&utm_campaign=COVID-19&utm_content=Popular%2BTrending

For anyone without access to the paid content, I do suggest making that $5 investment. But even the available content is telling.

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I'd rather have Aspirin.......Almost the same results as Merck's Magic Pill with No Mutagenic Side Effects !!

https://www.jpost.com/health-and-wellness/aspirin-lowers-risk-of-covid-new-findings-support-preliminary-israeli-trial-681127

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And HCQ and Zinc. But let’s make those billionaires richer!

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I'd rather have Aspirin.......Almost the same results as Merck's Magic Pill with No Mutagenic Side Effects !!

https://www.jpost.com/health-and-wellness/aspirin-lowers-risk-of-covid-new-findings-support-preliminary-israeli-trial-681127

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Vitamin D is already better than this Toxic AntiViral !!

"A Spanish study found giving supplemental vitamin D3 (calcifediol) to hospitalized patients with PCR-confirmed COVID-19 — in addition to standard care — reduced ICU admissions by 82% and mortality by 64%"

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I take D3, 10,000 ius/day.. since covid. In February 2020. Before that used to take 6000ius/day. Along with zinc, vitamin C/6000mghad covid this past may/June. Symptoms + fever lasted 36 hours. Tiredness 1 week. After that.. I felt completely normal. I also exercise around 7+ hrs/week. I m 64.. D3 is a huge component of immune system as is exercising

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Make sure to have your blood titer checked for that amount of D

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Meanwhile it’s almost impossible to obtain Ivermectin in the USA which for not much $ makes recovery from Covid almost guaranteed at a tiny fraction of the $ of the aforementioned Merck product.

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FLCCC has pharmacies you can use, find a compounding pharmacy to make it from a 3 mg tab to a 12 mg capsule.

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Could you provide more details? Am embarrassed that I don't know what FLCCC is! Thank you.

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https://covid19criticalcare.com/ivermectin-in-covid-19/how-to-get-ivermectin/

pls scroll down to the bottom of the page

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Many thanks!!

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you are most welcome.

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They also have a zoom conference every Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm central time. Send them your email to receive the link.

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some docs are working with FLCCC and are working with pharmacies near them. have to do a telemed visit first, then doc will send rx to pharmacy. you will have to pay out of pocket as insurance wont cover and coming after docs that are rxing ivermec......

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They excoriated anyone who said the horse ivermectin worked and now they're pushing these pills that have all the same ingredients as the horse paste! If you can get the horse paste!

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We don't need anymore dangerous drugs to fight a virus that is less lethal than the flu! We already have safe and effective treatments! The new COVID vaccines and drugs are not about saving lives, it's about Big Pharma's big fleece! This is so disgusting! I've never been one to wish anything bad to anyone, but all these COVID hustlers need to get their comeuppance, SOON!

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Not to mention we have at least two pills that multiple studies show better efficacy than this pill if given early. And both are currently available for literally pennies. But of course bid pharma, the Biden administration, and most doctors trash them as not effective and potentially harmful. This is full on fraud and a major scandal. But don’t expect the media to do anything but support the lies!

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“For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil..

‭‭1 Timothy‬ ‭6:10‬ ‭ASV‬‬

They may get away with it here but not on eternity. God is just

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That is exactly the attitude the global elite want you to have.

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At least Kerri quoted the whole thing instead of just "Money is the root of all evil."

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Amen!

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Let's go Brandon!

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Nothing surprises me anymore but it sure pisses me off.

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Nauseating.

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This is great investigative journalism, Alex, something that is extremely rare, if not absent, in "journalism" today.

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$700 for a moderately effective drug with known safety issues versus about four dollars for a Nobel prize winning drug with greater efficacy and a sterling long-term safety record.

You would think it would be an easy choice but not when tens of billions of dollars are involved. These people only care about money, not your health or mine.

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Yes! It really makes me so mad. If it was truly about public health, they should be doing everything they possibly can (in terms of actually treating people before they have to be hospitalized/not pushing only the vax, trying to discredit ivermectin/HCQ etc). But I've heard it said they wouldn't have gotten the EUA if safer, existing medicines were widely recognized, which is why they try to discredit them and instead push the vax/new therapies? I believe it is a crime against humanity if these other treatments are as good as the data says they are and our public health officials have still chosen to actively discredit/undermine them.

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This is absolutely obscene. And I thought Paul and Nancy were financial scammers... the Holmans have outdone the Pelosis!

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Paul?

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The subject of the Pelosis financial shenanigans would be excellent for your newsletter. They've been at it for quite a long time, doubling their net worth in the past year. They should both be in jail.

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Husband, duh

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Well from the first Covid treatments, the phrases "Immune Escape" and"Vaccine Dependent Enhancement" entered the lexicon of the non-medical population of the world. Get ready for a new vocabulary word : "mutagenic", "inducing or capable of inducing genetic mutation" according to Merriam's Online. Why will you hear this word in every day conversation over Covid treatments ? Maybe because of this article - https://www.science.org/news/2020/05/emails-offer-look-whistleblower-charges-cronyism-behind-potential-covid-19-drug. Or perhaps because of reports having to do with concerns that molnupiravir may be so friendly to a recipient's DNA to the point of potentially leaving a gift that keeps on taking, in the form of genetic code that may cause cancer. Or could it be due to a company named Pharmasset that apparently abandoned a similar drug in 2003 after discovering its potential for causing mutagenic properties. Oh what the heck, mutagenic is a good word to know, probably gets you an extra few points on the retirement SAT exam that will become mandatory to pass in a few years if you want to receive benefits the government promised but can't afford to pay.

But it certainly makes sense that the US government will look favorably upon molnupiravir from a price point perspective. I mean after all, the US government cannot allow itself to look gauche when purchasing a new drug on the taxpayers' dime. Which is why they'll likely and hurriedly rubber stamp the $700-a-course medicine that may cause cancer, rather than approve a medicine that saved hundreds of millions of people from Covid in India and Africa that only costs the weekly servant wage of $50 to save a life. !

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The important question is is it better than ivermectin? Or hcq, for that matter, or vitamin D? The real issue is pharma and government enablers herding us to patent medicines when generics work fine. Corruption rules the medical industry. Oregon is building a case for grand jury to prosecute CDC manipulation of data to boost the pharma case. Heads will roll.

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Corruption is far beyond the medical industry. Its the standard business model. Disaster and crony capitalism rule.

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That's too easy. Corruption is inherent in human nature. We punish it when it inhibits societal progress. No corruption is more important than in medical services. The solution for that must start at the top. CDC is being investigated in Oregon for manipulating data to support pharma and incite panic. Prime directive of CDC and FDA is maintaining honest and effective medical system. Fix them and they'll fix the rest. Congress and presidents ignore it. That's where the fix must begin.

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If you're going to wait until it's "fixed at the top", you're going to have a lonnnng wait. When there's trillions of taxpayer dollars at stake, the people at the top are not the ones to fix it.

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I expect the fixing will begin in January 2003 with the new congress. Support rational candidates. You're right that craven politicians created the corruption and are motivated to continue it. But we chose them, and we can replace them.

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LOL!!! seriously? Corruption is inherent? We don't punish it thats why it is proliferating. Oh ok so organized crime corruption is LESS impt than medical. Shake your technocratic head.

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It persists, everywhere, because you and others don't recognize it, or care about it, until it affects you.

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... and parliaments and prime ministers in other regions.

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Yup great examples from the US to follow 🥰

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We're both following English common law. Blame the Brits.

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bout time

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Anyone who has been following this narrative on indie media could see this coming. By now we all could prob make a living being fortune tellers with how obvious most of these narratives will play out. Reckoning will come at some point when there’s a tipping point of how many people become awake to it. It’ll be a long, slow burn but eventually it’ll happen. This isn’t a sustainable way for society to function. It goes against all the laws of nature.

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I just hope not to late. I mean I hope people wake up before we are taken over and lose all freedom and liberty.

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It might be too late. But by that time there might be two societies. One who has bought in and lives within their big government control (and may do so happily) and one that has to be self sustainable elsewhere with their own communities that are self governed.

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So, they repurposed Hydroxy (if you look at the chemical compounds, they are very similar to this new drug) because Hydroxy, zinc, and D3 are not going to make anyone millions of dollars. Only, they have left a key ingredient out - D3 or zinc? - who can say without getting it and breaking down the compounds, because where the hydroxy combo is effective, this is only 50% cure, and the studies they did on pregnant woman resulted in 60+ birth defects, so what is it that they are pushing now on an oblivious population who puts their trust in these companies? With more and more evidence coming out that this was all planned, it makes you wonder how long they've been sitting on this to now get their share of the wealth pie.

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Almost every single political story is a story about corruption.

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I am sorry, what part of politics in 2021 is not about corruption?…

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Politics? LOL!!! Corruption is EVERYWHERE-- govt, industry (hello SWA taking $25B from Biden), people like the Harmons who pay to play, gougers scaming masks-- the corruption is on EVERY level.

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Yes, but it starts with politics, because they intrinsically assign people to the various bureaucracies and cozy up with industry leaders. People in positions of power authority influence and leadership are corrupt until proven otherwise.

The only way America can be saved, in my opinion, is get rid of ALL of them, make them flee to the shorelines or hopefully if they are clueless enough to attack us, we reject their hate and lust for death by showing their vile buddies how there’s a prejudice against evil that has intense consequences…

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