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September 6, 2021
NEWS: School Boards across the country, including Palm Beach County, have stated parents are listening to misinformation. Here is proof of the opposite. The facts are being buried and inverted. For example: on Feb. 2, 1996, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published an announcement explaining that ivermectin had officially been approved for humans from the start.
It is a sign of intelligence to question. We need to keep presenting those questions to our school boards and state leaders.￼
Rolling Stones released an article on Friday, September 3rd. “The Rolling Stone story reported that the number of Ivermectin drug overdoses have so overwhelmed hospitals that gunshot victims have been unable to get medical treatment. Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic drug that has a human version but is more commonly used for deworming livestock.
In an interview with local Southeastern Oklahoma station KFOR, a rural Oklahoma physician Dr. Jason McElyea spread many of the same falsehoods.
‘The ERs are so backed up that gunshot victims were having hard times getting to facilities where they can get definitive care and be treated,’ he said. ‘All of their ambulances are stuck at the hospital waiting for a bed to open so they can take the patient in and they don’t have any, that’s it,’ said Dr. McElyea.”
FACT CHECK #1:
“In response to that interview and the Rolling Stone piece, the Northeastern Health System (NHS) – Sequoyah released a statement claiming Dr. Jason McElyea “is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah”, he also hasn’t worked at that hospital in over two months nor have they treated any patients for Ivermectin overdoses.”
FACT CHECK #2: “On Feb. 2, 1996, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published an announcement in “The Pharma Letter” explaining that ivermectin had officially been approved for non-veterinary use – meaning it was for humans right out of the gate.
FACT CHECK #3: The temperature in Oklahoma is in the 80’s… Rolling Stone photo was obviously late fall or winter as individuals were wrapped up in winter coats.
“‘In the USA, the Food and Drug Administration has approved Merck & Co.’s Stromectil (ivermectin) for its first non-veterinary use, the chemotherapy of two parasitic infections, strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis, in humans,’ the FDA revealed.
‘Ivermectin has been used in humans in other countries since 1987, and has been used to treat more than 5.2 million people worldwide.’”
ARTICLE SOURCE: https://dailycaller.com/…/hospital-blows-holes-rolling…/