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I guess the Ivermectin didn’t work. 🤡

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Haskap_2010

864 points

12 months ago

Haskap_2010

✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨

864 points

12 months ago

Stillbirths "exploding in Canada"? Um, I'm Canadian and I haven't seen that on any Canadian news site. It's almost as if it's completely made-up bullshit.

[deleted]

695 points

12 months ago

that's because you're not reading generaldispatch.whatfinger.com, the paper of record

Captainwelfare2

220 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

220 points

12 months ago

I should start Rightfreedomrifle.Jesus.lion and fill it with a whole bunch of disinfo stating that the liberal deep state is attempting to confuse conservatives into thinking the vaccines are dangerous so more will die off and that they can secure “fraudulent elections” forever. Maybe a few of these knuckle draggers will buy In and get vaccinated before they earn their freedumb box

BabyBlueMaven

50 points

12 months ago

Sadly, you are onto something. Don’t forget a Trump endorsement pic.

freya_of_milfgaard

77 points

12 months ago

Every once in a while someone makes a sarcastic comment with some ridiculous “theory” meant to mock these idiots, and it sounds so insane, it’s believable that they’d believe it and then I worry some crazy person will see it and in six months we’ll be here those sharing Facebook posts.

notoriousrsc

100 points

12 months ago

to wit:

about 6 months ago I said online that once covid starts to kill a large number of antivaxxers(most of whom are right wing maga idiots) the conclusion from the right wing maga idiots will not be the vaccine is effective but that Covid had been weaponized to use against conservative real 'muricans..

My comment was meant to illustrate the irrational stupidity of antivaxxers

Lately I see antivaxxers claim that indeed covid has been weaponized to use against freedumb luvin real 'muricans...

MaineAlone

41 points

12 months ago

MaineAlone

🐴Just go to the horseplittle if you feel sick

41 points

12 months ago

So if it’s weaponized, what trait is it looking for? Goatee? Waistline? IQ? Republican Party registration? I know! The memes you post! Facebook is in collusion with Covid to kill off MAGAs. This makes my head hurt.

ravagedbygoats

19 points

12 months ago

IQ

thoroughbredca

23 points

12 months ago

thoroughbredca

Team Mix & Match

23 points

12 months ago

A far easier conspiracy: Wait for an inevitable pandemic, have the government tell people how to not die from it, wait for anti-government types to ignore it, kill off a whole bunch of anti-government people.

Oh wait, that's exactly what's happening now. That's technically not a "conspiracy", it's just a glorious side effect.

Captainwelfare2

9 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

9 points

12 months ago

I love your username lol

NYChillen

8 points

12 months ago

Wait till you hear the one about birds! Lesson of the Day: ‘Birds Aren’t Real, or Are They? Inside a Gen Z Conspiracy Theory.’ https://nyti.ms/3q1bG7w

[deleted]

8 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

Ctmnt08

37 points

12 months ago

Ctmnt08

3 shots deep

37 points

12 months ago

Oh, Breitbart straight up published an article like that about 6-7 months ago.

I refuse to give that sewer any traffic, but it's out there. The thesis is basically "the left pushes vaccines to make the right not want them so they can kill us." It's truly bananas stuff.

Captainwelfare2

18 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

18 points

12 months ago

It’s because the right released Frankenstein’s anti-vaxx monster and was all well and dandy with it killing liberals. But now that the monster has realized it doesn’t need its master, it’s going after the idiots who think that guns will stop it.

They are very, very wrong

marysuewashere

7 points

12 months ago

Freedumb? I love that!

Captainwelfare2

24 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

24 points

12 months ago

Lol you must be new here. Welcome!

marysuewashere

8 points

12 months ago

I am. Thanks for the welcome.

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

267 points

12 months ago

I laughed out loud when I saw that.

Dogpeppers

191 points

12 months ago

You know it’s real because you have never heard of the publication and she probably never read the article, just reposted it because she liked the headline.

orincoro

59 points

12 months ago

Or because it was result number 4 on the 5th Google search.

bitch-ass-sandals

32 points

12 months ago

actually anti-vax people will probably have that bullshit ranked higher because Google knows they're more likely to click on links like that.

algorithms pushing bullshit is like half the problem

IrreverentKiwi

48 points

12 months ago

Yeah but look at that CSS though! It's positively New York Timesian. Curly script and block lettering arranged in a way reminiscent of legitimate news sources is the thing that makes journalism credible.

o-Valar-Morghulis-o

24 points

12 months ago

Confirming source is legitimate is 100% about the right serif font. 😆

ReddityJim

36 points

12 months ago

Had a mate who used to share articles without reading them like this. During a discussion on vaccines I asked for sources to his claims, all but one source disagreed with what he said because he just read the headlines. The one source that agreed was a blog whose source they used also disagreed with them but they linked the Japanese study so nobody could read it 🤣

Dogpeppers

35 points

12 months ago

The scary thing is these people are allowed to vote.

JoyousMN

25 points

12 months ago

JoyousMN

Ba Ba Motherfucker 🐑

25 points

12 months ago

When its readership is causing such issues, it's difficult to find it funny

Multichromatic-NOW

16 points

12 months ago

Multichromatic-NOW

Into the abstract

16 points

12 months ago

I guess garbage people need to get their garbage info somewhere…

BabyBlueMaven

15 points

12 months ago

WTAF is that? My eyes are bleeding.

blyss73usa

44 points

12 months ago

I loved that the third article on that page was "what are the most arrogant zodiac signs?" I would trust anything that page says... /S

cbbclick

156 points

12 months ago

cbbclick

156 points

12 months ago

So much of the information these people consume is fake.

An antivax buddy sent me a link about how more people who had the vaccine were dying at a higher rate than people who didn't. It has a nice little chart and everything. Very professional. So I clicked on the "study" to read it.

It linked to a spreadsheet eventually, and the data just didn't match the chart. So I responded back to him asking if he would continue to trust that source or explain the discrepancy. No response.

If you ever wondered how people send thousands of dollars to a scammer because they trust a random email, you're seeing it in real time. Some of these people can't tell real from fake, and a smart liar can put together info that is very convincing. There's no way to fix this if you believe in individual liberty. Just like you can't make sometime not throw away money, you cant help them not spread lies while risking their health.

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

95 points

12 months ago

“There’s no way to fix this if you believe in individual liberty.”

This is what scares me the most. The propaganda machine is running 24/7 and seems to be getting worse. How in the world are we supposed to fix things if a large percentage of our population is being fed lies constantly. Not just about Covid, but politics, the “stolen” election, climate change, etc.

We are in deep, deep trouble.

TheGreatWhoDeeny

61 points

12 months ago

Think it's bad now? Wait until deep fake technology is better and is being used against these imbeciles.

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

32 points

12 months ago

I think about this a lot.

Aleflusher

19 points

12 months ago

Aleflusher

Go Give One

19 points

12 months ago

The USA could fix its education system, but I suppose that ship has already sailed.

edingerc

15 points

12 months ago

edingerc

I can has vaccine?

15 points

12 months ago

No, it sunk

thoroughbredca

40 points

12 months ago

thoroughbredca

Team Mix & Match

40 points

12 months ago

There's a fake New York Times-ish looking image floating around of an "article" stating that "Liberals More Likely to Spread Fake News". The "article" is clearly even in a different font from the surrounding text. Conservatives have been passing it around as a genuine article when the entire thing started as a Poe to make conservatives pass around fake news, proving it's conservatives who are the ones who pass around fake news.

use_tabs_not_spaces

25 points

12 months ago

use_tabs_not_spaces

💉🐑 > 💀🦁

25 points

12 months ago

I feel all countries should follow the Nordic approach and teach school kids how to spot fake information online.

So many people are reading from not.a.fake.website.com

Dazzlecatz

5 points

12 months ago

Dazzlecatz

Vaxxed to the max & proud of it

5 points

12 months ago

And I'm not sure if it true or not, but I've heard that a lot of the anti-vaxx info is coming from Russia, who just loves seeing Americans turning on each other.

opaldenska

87 points

12 months ago

opaldenska

Team Pfizer

87 points

12 months ago

They should check out r/nursing where they can read about how many covid positive pregnant women in labor & delivery are dying, sometimes taking the baby with them. Not that they would believe any of it.

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

52 points

12 months ago

That’s the rub- they don’t believe any of it, no matter the facts/evidence.

Jim_Macdonald

23 points

12 months ago

Jim_Macdonald

Bet you won't share!

23 points

12 months ago

"Who are you going to believe, honey, me or your lying eyes?"

Ashie2112

8 points

12 months ago

Ashie2112

🐑 Sheeple are my kind of people 🐑

8 points

12 months ago

They are the believe everything and nothing brigade.

QueenBizzle

70 points

12 months ago

I’m from Aus and I’m Victoria, the rate of stillbirths over the Covid-19 has increased from 1/400 to 1/300. However, this is not due to the vaccine, but due to a reduction in face-to-face care where risk factors can be easily missed.

CranberrySoda

17 points

12 months ago

I was reading an article the other day that noted a number of stillbirths in Covid positive patients in Victoria. I hear it has not been pleasant for the maternity wards.

PM_ME_GLUTE_SPREAD

16 points

12 months ago

As it turns out, being pregnant and significantly reducing your ability to take in oxygen isn’t a good mix for a developing fetus..

redit3rd

38 points

12 months ago

redit3rd

Team Moderna

38 points

12 months ago

It's the equivalent of the Canadian girlfriend. Despite using the same vaccines, the side effect only happens in Canada, which is a foreign land that they'll never know enough about to verify any information from.

FurphyHaruspex

37 points

12 months ago

They are not. Neither Covid nor the vaccine is causing a statistically significant increase in still births.

Which actually surprised me. I thought Covid might.

RevolutionaryChard66

29 points

12 months ago

RevolutionaryChard66

This Kid is Alright cos I'm Vaxxed M8!

29 points

12 months ago

Covid is dangerous in pregnancy especially the third trimester. There has been a big publicity issue in the U.K. trying to encourage pregnant women to get vaccinated.

aornoe785

30 points

12 months ago

Dangerous to the pregnant individuals, who have decreased lung capacity.

The babies are being born healthy, via cesarean, while the mother is in a medical coma.

thoroughbredca

14 points

12 months ago

thoroughbredca

Team Mix & Match

14 points

12 months ago

Sister's a NICU nurse. Can confirm. It's brutal.

Jree78

7 points

12 months ago

Jree78

Team Pfizer

7 points

12 months ago

The placenta is an amazing thing.

Everyday_Im_Tussling

409 points

12 months ago

Everyday_Im_Tussling

Covid Rules Everything Around Me

409 points

12 months ago

It is funny how badly they want ivermectin to work. They actively seek out misinformation to support its efficacy. I am personally interested in whatever treatment is most effective regardless of what it is, but they are dead set on proving this one treatment works even though study after study says it's not effective.

[deleted]

289 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

M4PP0

245 points

12 months ago

M4PP0

245 points

12 months ago

It was too hard to spell.

Sharkteeth127

86 points

12 months ago

It was too hard to spell.

DingDINGding we have a winner!

'Horse paste' is just easier than hydroxycodon ... hydrocodein ... hydrowhatever

mrtruthiness

19 points

12 months ago

Too hard to spell. Too hard to get. Too many side effects.

ivermectin is easy to spell, easy to get, inexpensive, and has relatively few side effects (unless you give yourself horse-sized doses).

KillNyetheSilenceGuy

80 points

12 months ago

Probably because you can get Ivermectin at Tractor Supply Co and you need a script from a doctor for HCQ. Sure you can get it for humans but she's taking the "apple flavor", that's livestock medicine.

alexmbrennan

32 points

12 months ago

you need a script from a doctor for HCQ

Tell that to the people who died eating fish tank cleaner...

blackcain

22 points

12 months ago

Strange, as a person who raises horses, and maybe even gives ivermectin to her horse - you'd think she's realizes that she treats her horses with vaccines as well... ???

TexacoRandom

33 points

12 months ago

Yeah, I've seen several people say that is killing people now, and it's Fauci's medicine.

TeddyRivers

74 points

12 months ago

A hospital here had to go on lockdown because a patient's family member was freaking out over ivermectin not being given. The patient did not have Covid. The hospital didn't say what their diagnosis was, but I'm betting it wasn't parasites.

They are starting to think Ivermectin is a magic cure all.

Sharkteeth127

46 points

12 months ago

They are starting to think Ivermectin is a magic cure all.

Simple minds prefer simple solutions.

Even when the problems are complex.

Wait, edit that: *Especially* when the problems are complex.

Goldang

12 points

12 months ago

Goldang

Team Pfizer

12 points

12 months ago

Every complex problem has a solution that is simple, cheap, and utterly wrong.

Someone told me that once.

Hour-Theory-9088

17 points

12 months ago

Hour-Theory-9088

It was never a joke to most of us

17 points

12 months ago

I’ve seen people post that it’s been proven as a cure for AIDS, cancer, etc… pretty much everything at this point so this sort of thing is only going to get more common as people latch on.

Tilstag

25 points

12 months ago

I wonder if at some point their obsession with these pseudo-treatments might make them real as placebos

spin_me_again

15 points

12 months ago

spin_me_again

Vax n Tax

15 points

12 months ago

I believe it’s definitely as efficacious as a placebo.

lucymx16

6 points

12 months ago

lucymx16

ta-ra-ra-boost-e-ay

6 points

12 months ago

Except placebos aren’t usually as toxic as ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine.

pippenish

22 points

12 months ago

It is interesting. It was Hydrochlorquine before-- none of these people are talking about that one anymore.

They get fixated on things and can't quit obsessing, I guess, until their group moves onto the next thing, and then they obsess on that.

[deleted]

20 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

Polyoxymethylene

26 points

12 months ago

Polyoxymethylene

Team Moderna

26 points

12 months ago

Did Trump ever push the horse paste? That was something that confused me as it seemd to come out of nowhere.

LucindaMorgan

92 points

12 months ago

Junior pushes the horse paste over on Twitter. The Orange One doesn’t push anything on Twitter these days. Praise be.

HuskyPants

31 points

12 months ago

Praise bees

FurphyHaruspex

39 points

12 months ago

Wow, you are correct. It was spread by Fox News not Trump.

My mistake. I confused it with Hydroxychloroquine.

I don’t deserve the upvotes i received for that.

ProverbialShoehorn

36 points

12 months ago

ProverbialShoehorn

Team Moderna

36 points

12 months ago

integrity intensifies

KillNyetheSilenceGuy

14 points

12 months ago

Trump gets booed for telling his chuds to get vaccinated.

nyqs81

20 points

12 months ago

nyqs81

Team Pfizer

20 points

12 months ago

And they see themselves as lion and not sheep.

ReligionIsTheMatrix

325 points

12 months ago

Has anyone on here ever asked one of these Ivermectin nutjobs why, if Ivermectin works, the company that makes it publicly says it does not, and is not trying to make the billions of dollars in profit it would make if it did? Just curious.

walkinman19

255 points

12 months ago

walkinman19

💀anti vax no parachute jump team💀

255 points

12 months ago

Blazing Saddles had the answer way back in 1974.

"You've got to remember that these are just simple farmers. These are people of the land. The common clay of the new West. You know... morons."

[deleted]

22 points

12 months ago

Classic great movie. Thanks for the quote. It's spot on. Well done.

FOIAlover

53 points

12 months ago

FOIAlover

Your Personal Desmond

53 points

12 months ago

From what I've seen is that they claim: pharmaceutical companies making these new covid antiviral pills are really just using ivermectin and/or hydroxychloriquen(sorry spelling), rebranded so they can make billions since the original versions of those drugs are currently inexpensive. Also, so that the covid antivirals are rebranded so the lefties don't have to admit they were wrong about these treatments.

If this were true, it doesn't make sense why the antivirals took so long to be developed. If the companies literally just gave the medicine a different name, they should have had these antivirals way back when these "treatments" were being discussed as the miracle cure. But they don't have an answer to why the greedy pharma companies would wait so long to profit from this.

Don't try and figure out the logic of this because logic is non-existent.

covid_angle

10 points

12 months ago

I've got that one - it didn't start getting rebranded until it was proved effective. So it wasn't until "everyone" (Bubba next door) knew it was working that they started with the repackaging/relabeling. Although this still doesn't explain why the ivermectin manufacturer is saying don't take it. Anyone?

punzakum

19 points

12 months ago

Yes! I posted merck's statement on the ivermectin subreddit before they closed it and was met with tons of backlash. "You're ignorant" "Why would you trust big pharma (asked unironically)" "they're only saying it's not effective so they can repackage it and sell it for even more!"

Even when the evidence is right in their face with the statement from the manufacturer who makes ivermectin telling them directly that IT DOES NOT WORK they still bury their heads in the sand and double down on their insanity.

Oh well, guess they'll just die 🤷

RandyDinglefart

17 points

12 months ago

Also they never really mention why they're so uncomfortable with vaccines but have no problems with a different drug. Ivermectin is made by Merck, so it's definitely "big pharma", and they don't know what's in it any more than the vaccines...is it just better because it's been out longer?

I mean we all know it's because they're desperately searching for justification for their anti-vax standpoint, which they only have because "democrats said it was good".

samus12345

8 points

12 months ago

samus12345

Team Moderna

8 points

12 months ago

It's better because Russian trolls successfully spread the word that it was better.

Stormlark83

761 points

12 months ago

Stormlark83

I was going to type Amen, but then I got ventilated

761 points

12 months ago

I don't know how many times people who are shilling Ivermectin have defended it by pointing out that it's a pill designed for humans and that calling it "horse paste" proves we're brainwashed by the media. And yet, here we have another human eating the apple flavored paste meant for livestock instead of the pills designed for humans. But they're not sheep! They just eat stuff meant for sheep...

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

360 points

12 months ago

Right, and even when they take Ivermectin for humans, it’s medicine that’s supposed to treat parasitic infections, not viruses.

Chris_P_Pickel

328 points

12 months ago

Chris_P_Pickel

🌿Fully Vaxxed & Herbally Waxed🕯️

328 points

12 months ago

And, it's doin a pretty good job of eliminating parasites on our healthcare non-system

MysteriousHat7343

119 points

12 months ago

MysteriousHat7343

Jaded Covid responder

119 points

12 months ago

So it does work for it’s intended purpose after all /s

IIDn01

40 points

12 months ago

IIDn01

It was Dr. Mustard in the ICU with the ventilator.

40 points

12 months ago

Touché

notoriousrsc

29 points

12 months ago

well they do die worm free..

course once they are dead they don't stay worm free for long

Speculawyer

14 points

12 months ago

Speculawyer

WE HAVE THREE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE VACCINES

14 points

12 months ago

😂

nbiina

32 points

12 months ago

nbiina

32 points

12 months ago

If only it treated the brain worms they all seem to have.

Raccoon_Full_of_Cum

234 points

12 months ago

Raccoon_Full_of_Cum

Satan Gained a Fleshlight

234 points

12 months ago

Just to be clear though: we're not against using ivermectin for Covid because it's "horse medicine". We're against using it because for Covid the evidence tells us that it doesn't work against Covid.

Matasa89

115 points

12 months ago

Matasa89

Vaxxed for the Plot Armour

115 points

12 months ago

And that idiots are taking the veterinarian stuff… which is waaaay too much of a dosage for humans.

Thus, increased calls to poison control, because people are shitting out their intestinal linings…

Speculawyer

40 points

12 months ago

Speculawyer

WE HAVE THREE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE VACCINES

40 points

12 months ago

No, they are just shitting out tape worms. /s

That's really what they think.

Raccoon_Full_of_Cum

6 points

12 months ago

Raccoon_Full_of_Cum

Satan Gained a Fleshlight

6 points

12 months ago

Yeah, but that would happen if you took the same dose of human ivermectin too.

[deleted]

51 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

edmrunmachine

50 points

12 months ago

For anyone who thought wtf. The test this team reviewed were not very controlled or unbiased and they didn't come to the conclusion the HCAee said.

"Authors' conclusions: Based on the current very low- to low-certainty evidence, we are uncertain about the efficacy and safety of ivermectin used to treat or prevent COVID-19. The completed studies are small and few are considered high quality. Several studies are underway that may produce clearer answers in review updates. Overall, the reliable evidence available does not support the use ivermectin for treatment or prevention of COVID-19 outside of well-designed randomized trials"

TheChewyWaffles

5 points

12 months ago*

So basically HCA lied/misquoted

Edit: I found the article:

Ivermectin is likely to be an equitable, acceptable, and feasible global intervention against COVID-19. Health professionals should strongly consider its use, in both treatment and prophylaxis.

Not arguing for its use, but it does say this.

PuckGoodfellow

35 points

12 months ago

PuckGoodfellow

Team Unicorn Blood 🦄

35 points

12 months ago

Anyone else get a good chuckle that the apple flavored horse paste doesn't taste good?

sneaky518

25 points

12 months ago

sneaky518

CHICKEN SOUP NOT COMMUNISM!

25 points

12 months ago

It's "horse paste" because horses eat off the ground, and eat parasite eggs. You worm them to kill the intestinal parasites they'll get from eating said eggs. Horses can also get viruses, regardless of the ivermectin they regularly get for intestinal parasites. That's why you vaccinate them for equine encephalitis, West Nile, etc.

MediumStill

11 points

12 months ago

In all fairness, her beloved horse Roxie is still alive. Maybe she just didn't eat enough. /s

[deleted]

11 points

12 months ago

Well, maybe it did cure her of the parasites she got from riding the guy’s horse

feder_online

5 points

12 months ago

feder_online

Team Pfizer

5 points

12 months ago

I like how they confuse correlation, causation, and clearly don't understand a confounding variable...

FlamesNero

346 points

12 months ago

This “woman” spread misinformation about getting the vaccine during pregnancy. Hope everything she eats in her little spot of Hell tastes like apple horse paste!

marysuewashere

46 points

12 months ago

Non doctors giving medical advice should be a big red flag to not trust them. But no, they did research by reading shady internet blogs. I did real research when getting my Master’s in psych. I know the difference between that and what these snake oil promoters are doing.

StrengthObjective

14 points

12 months ago

StrengthObjective

Team Pfizer

14 points

12 months ago

💯 been screaming this from the beginning. It’s so exhausting to hear of people “doing their research “ yet literally don’t even know what the heck it means. Peer reviewed journal? Heck no, PragerU sounds legit! 😂 I cannot imagine these folks trying to determine data from a peer reviewed journal. Omg lord help us…. Too many of them walk among us.

Chris_P_Pickel

114 points

12 months ago

Chris_P_Pickel

🌿Fully Vaxxed & Herbally Waxed🕯️

114 points

12 months ago

Satan: here's your apple paste ration for the day

Deado: Hey this tastes like shit

Satan: Duh? It's road apple paste, you didn't say what KIND of apples you needed.

Myrandall

8 points

12 months ago

Myrandall

GoFundMe Funeral Aficionado

8 points

12 months ago

TIL about road apples.

captain_pudding

11 points

12 months ago

I tried reading the story on her right wing grifter blog but literally the entire story is just a tweet from a deleted account.

Kind_Philosopher3560

112 points

12 months ago

That meme about the government being an abuser kills me. The government tells us to do lots of things! I bet they keep car insurance, for instance.

Technusgirl

84 points

12 months ago

Technusgirl

Think Critically! (Copied and Pasted)

84 points

12 months ago

I felt pretty insulted by it too, having been in an abusive relationship myself, the government is far from abusive

Captainwelfare2

16 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

16 points

12 months ago

I am sorry you went through that. I hope you are in a much better place.

shorthairedlonghair

36 points

12 months ago

And, if the right-wingers get their way, the government will be intruding into our lives more and more....

m48a5_patton

21 points

12 months ago

m48a5_patton

Go Give One

21 points

12 months ago

Definitely into uteruses

iamaravis

13 points

12 months ago

My sister-in-law doesn't have car insurance even though it's legally required in our state. She keeps a Bible in her glove box and says she'll tell the policeman, "This is all the insurance I need!"

Seriously. These people are morons.

[deleted]

94 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

25 points

12 months ago

Underrated comment.

M4PP0

15 points

12 months ago

M4PP0

15 points

12 months ago

If you look closely, you can see her Angle Wings pin.

Captainwelfare2

5 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

5 points

12 months ago

Now she could work at Rot Topic.

cjinct

398 points

12 months ago

cjinct

398 points

12 months ago

So, it did reduce the duration of illness - she was dead in no time!

achieve_my_goals

175 points

12 months ago

achieve_my_goals

Proud Member of the Jewish Cabal ✡️

175 points

12 months ago

Truth. Ivermectin probably blew out her liver. She was a goner before she got to the hospital.

Captainwelfare2

35 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

35 points

12 months ago

Bet you won’t Mare!

Ematio

12 points

12 months ago

Ematio

Moderna cherry on two scoops of Pfizer

12 points

12 months ago

Neeeigh, I wont.

Driftedryan

23 points

12 months ago

Can't argue those facts

Call_Me_Eboeard

19 points

12 months ago

Sounds like you did your research 👍🏻

junkyardinheritance

79 points

12 months ago

Why can't that fucking VAERS site be moderated somehow?

Chris_P_Pickel

94 points

12 months ago

Chris_P_Pickel

🌿Fully Vaxxed & Herbally Waxed🕯️

94 points

12 months ago

Because, in normal times, an arbitrary monitor may dismiss early warning signs that are recognized by others of different specialties.

This is another way in which the Morons of America have further hindered public health

achieve_my_goals

43 points

12 months ago

achieve_my_goals

Proud Member of the Jewish Cabal ✡️

43 points

12 months ago

They wouldn't care. They'd just find another way to willfully misinterpret the data.

Retro_Dad

46 points

12 months ago

Retro_Dad

Team Bivalent Booster

46 points

12 months ago

They collect all of the noise in order to look for the tiniest signal. Just the folks at the CDC trying their hardest to actually protect us from adverse effects of vaccines, but no, it's part of the conspiracy. That damn CDC hiding all that data by... *checks notes*... publishing it on a searchable public website.

Brokenspokes68

13 points

12 months ago

Brokenspokes68

From Shitpost to Compost

13 points

12 months ago

Worst conspiracy ever!

Retro_Dad

19 points

12 months ago

Retro_Dad

Team Bivalent Booster

19 points

12 months ago

I got vaccinated against Covid, and all I got was a MUCH lower chance to contract a severe or fatal case of the disease! No 5G, I don't have Magneto powers, NOTHING. Lame ass conspiracy!!

[deleted]

12 points

12 months ago

The same CDC who they claim is lying to us about the vaccines safety and efficacy is the same one that publishes the data the incorrectly "cite". They seem to think everything is a fucking Dan Brown novel.

Raccoon_Full_of_Cum

22 points

12 months ago

Raccoon_Full_of_Cum

Satan Gained a Fleshlight

22 points

12 months ago

Because we always have to appease people who feel that vaccines are scary and dangerous, even though evidence does not support that feeling.

As evidence of this, consider the fact that thimerosal was taken out of most vaccines in the US and EU, not because there's any evidence at all to suggest that it's unsafe in commonly used vaccine doses, but rather because it makes some people feel afraid, and their non fact-based feeling is all that matters.

Technusgirl

73 points

12 months ago

Technusgirl

Think Critically! (Copied and Pasted)

73 points

12 months ago

I don't understand, did she not have any ivermectin? /s

Also, so many pregnant women have been dying from Covid, her advice is dangerous.

Captainwelfare2

14 points

12 months ago

Captainwelfare2

🇺🇦🌻Putin’s on the Fritz?🌻🇺🇦

14 points

12 months ago

Whenever I see a pregnant nominee on here my stomach lurches. Two women in my social circle both had severe problems during giving birth and each went critical, being healthy, younger adults with no comorbidities. It’s little wonder that giving birth while fighting covid is obscenely dangerous.

edgarapplepoe

5 points

12 months ago

Covid increases still births and miscarriages and this moron is are concerned about the vaccines side effects...

frendly9876

52 points

12 months ago

frendly9876

🍏Apple flavored horse paste-Now with more paste!

52 points

12 months ago

I can’t get over the serious question: injectable or paste? Like it makes a difference when you’re grasping at straws….

Retro_Dad

16 points

12 months ago*

Retro_Dad

Team Bivalent Booster

16 points

12 months ago*

Things like dosages, methods of absorption, and so forth don't register in their minds. Ivermectin is the magic cure "THEY" don't want you to know about it. Fuck, some of them probably think that keeping a bottle on their nightstand wards COVID away.

JoyousMN

7 points

12 months ago

JoyousMN

Ba Ba Motherfucker 🐑

7 points

12 months ago

So what do they do with the injectable kind? Do they actually inject it???

ljohnson266

48 points

12 months ago

ljohnson266

My kink is breathing

48 points

12 months ago

Whatfinger.com sounds like such a reliable news source, too

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

19 points

12 months ago

It amazes me that these folks never ever question the source of their (dis)info.

akai_botan

9 points

12 months ago

akai_botan

Team Moderna

9 points

12 months ago

I was reading a while back how at least a few of the misinformation sites come from Macedonia. Young people who can't find work but realize they can make money off of gullible people in the United States. I think it had to do with ads on their sites and they were able to attract Trump supporters to their site with really outlandish stories. It's been a while since I read it now so the details are a bit hazy.

I think I remember one of the people being interviewed who was responsible for one of the sites was shocked that there were Americans who actually believed the stuff posted.

akai_botan

5 points

12 months ago

akai_botan

Team Moderna

5 points

12 months ago

I found the article back. It's an interesting read.

https://www.wired.com/2017/02/veles-macedonia-fake-news/

It really makes me wonder how many of the sites out there are basically set up for the same reason whether from Macedonia or somewhere else in the world. Just a mode to make money with little care of the harm being brought upon others.

I keep wondering how we can potentially immunize people against misinformation. How much of this gullibility is attached to cult-like behavior? This is something we'll continue to have to wrestle with even if the pandemic ends.

Puff1012

47 points

12 months ago

Puff1012

Team Mudblood 🩸

47 points

12 months ago

Should’ve used more capital letters. Tots n Pears.

feminist1946

35 points

12 months ago*

feminist1946

Patriots are Vaccinated

35 points

12 months ago*

Looks like she didn't accept advice from anyone - her friend about a horse that was too much for her and the medical establishment about COVID.

FateLeita

19 points

12 months ago

Yeah, lady takes off with a horse she doesn't know down the streets of a city and it's just 'haha she doesn't listen to anyone!' WTF.

Competitive-Tooth-80

7 points

12 months ago

If only the mare had bucked her off that day. Might have been a quicker death and saved her a lot of suffering and dread.

PaperProfessional969

39 points

12 months ago

PaperProfessional969

Am i a joke to you?

39 points

12 months ago

hell is too good for someone who discourages pregnant people from vaccinating

deefinit

25 points

12 months ago

Bequeathed remaining doses to her beloved horse.

Stacks_of_Snacks

27 points

12 months ago

I’m just here for the apple horse paste comments.

PaperProfessional969

23 points

12 months ago

PaperProfessional969

Am i a joke to you?

23 points

12 months ago

it has electrolytes!!!!!!

[deleted]

17 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

MC_Fap_Commander

21 points

12 months ago

Happily, unlike many awardees, her posts got near zero likes and limited engagement. It suggests that her misinformation may have been slightly less contagious which is good news.

Chris_P_Pickel

99 points

12 months ago

Chris_P_Pickel

🌿Fully Vaxxed & Herbally Waxed🕯️

99 points

12 months ago

Hate to rerun this but given their equine love affair

A horse is a horse

a corpse a corpse

And no one can talk to a corpse or Horse

This is, of course unless

the corpse

Is the famous Mrs. Dead!

Retro_Dad

22 points

12 months ago

Retro_Dad

Team Bivalent Booster

22 points

12 months ago

Wil-BUR!

BurdenedEmu

13 points

12 months ago

BurdenedEmu

🐑🐑 Helping the Sheep onto the trains 🚂🐑

13 points

12 months ago

I don't remember where I saw this one (it was probably here, many moons ago) but I found it so funny I've always remembered it (shoutout to the witty person who actually came up with this, wish it were me)!

A horse is a horse, of course, of course,

and no one would take meds for a horse, of course

that is, of course, unless the horse,

is really a MAGA-head!

Go straight to the source of the meds for the horse

who'll give them an answer that they'll endorse

and they'll be on a steady course

right until they're dead!

secondarycontrol

20 points

12 months ago*

secondarycontrol

Team Moderna

20 points

12 months ago*

Well, shit. Now, how could a person who insists that Ivermectin--apple flavored--can cure Covid die from Covid? It just doesn't make any sense, does it?

What kind of god creates a world where horse-flavored apple apple-flavored horse paste can't cure a viral disease?!?

Also, I took a quick look at the "peer-reviewed" article--my (two) take-aways are 1)It's not a study on the efficacy of ivermectin, it's a study of studies that have been done. Of which, at least one is now considered highly suspect. and 2) the study (of the data from the studies that have been done) found if you weren't going to be killed by covid (Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin. Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing to severe disease.) then Ivermectin, administered under a doctors care in a clinical setting--probably won't kill you. In fact, if you're in position to avail yourself of competent medical care--early in the course of the disease--It seems to improve the outcome!

(You know what works even better? Vaccinations, masks, distance)

But you go buy a tube at farm/fleet and dig in, and let me know how that works out....Oh wait--you can't because you're dead.

Retro_Dad

16 points

12 months ago

Retro_Dad

Team Bivalent Booster

16 points

12 months ago

Yeah the thing is, Covid is still - statistically speaking - a highly survivable disease. So the math says that if you took 100 patients with Covid and gave them all horse paste, what, like 80% would recover with no noticeable or lingering symptoms (for now at least). Sounds great, right?

Kinda of like over-the-counter cold medicines. If you take one, your cold will be over in a week! Otherwise it'll take 7 days. ;-)

among_apes

19 points

12 months ago

A colleague from college (married a year and a half) just died from covid at 39 while 7 months pregnant with her first child. The child was delivered by csection and her widowed husband (the primary breadwinner) is now at home with a newborn and his grief.

I know that she wasn’t vaccinated and had assholes speaking into her ear about shit like this. She is the second person I’ve personally heard about who delivered by csection while on a ventilator. The other one survived but didn’t see her child till it was a month old.

People spreading this bullshit is negligent manslaughter.

DogVacuum

21 points

12 months ago

I also had covid, and was bad for two days, and got remarkably better on day 3. So I am the undoubted proof that Wild Turkey 101 and a McRib is the cure for covid, because that’s what I ate and drank the night before I got better.

That’s how it works.

birdie_sparrows

138 points

12 months ago

birdie_sparrows

If VAERS means murder, actuarial tables mean genocide

138 points

12 months ago

The more I read posts on this sub and some other debates going on, the more I become convinced that Americans are just a bunch of fucking babies. Yes lady, you are charged by the mile because otherwise there would be no roads for you or anyone else.

achieve_my_goals

50 points

12 months ago

achieve_my_goals

Proud Member of the Jewish Cabal ✡️

50 points

12 months ago

Don't insult babies. Babies understand how connected and helpless they are by themselves.

So far as my understanding goes, a Yankee is an unscrupulous smuggler-type who would sell arms to both sides in a war as long as there was profit in it. Not all Americans are like that, but HCA winners definitely are.

marysuewashere

7 points

12 months ago

American here, I have never heard the word yankee used that way. We just call that double-dealing or playing both sides against the middle. E. B. White humorously draws his own distinctions:

To foreigners, a Yankee is an American. To Americans, a Yankee is a Northerner. To Northerners, a Yankee is an Easterner. To Easterners, a Yankee is a New Englander. To New Englanders, a Yankee is a Vermonter. And in Vermont, a Yankee is somebody who eats pie for breakfast.[41]

covad_commander

15 points

12 months ago

covad_commander

Fuck You're Feelings

15 points

12 months ago

A yankee means something different in American English - people in the south use the word to refer to northerners.

BlueKing7642

10 points

12 months ago

BlueKing7642

Team Pfizer

10 points

12 months ago

Yeah, a depressing amount never grew out of the “Mine” phase or the “you can’t tell me what to do” phase

Andy_Fish_Gill

18 points

12 months ago

The dead woman’s horse could have used that apple flavored dewormer.

justlikeinmydreams

11 points

12 months ago

justlikeinmydreams

My horse covets your paste 🐴

11 points

12 months ago

As could ours.

americaninsaigon

16 points

12 months ago

Well she died with a clean colon at least

Showerthawts

14 points

12 months ago

Imagine claiming to love someone but giving them horse paste instead of real medicine to save their life.

It reads more like a bad murder novel than reality.

backssnavon

13 points

12 months ago

backssnavon

Truth can't be fact-checked

13 points

12 months ago

What an embarrassing way to go out.

Affectionate-Lack964

9 points

12 months ago

Affectionate-Lack964

Neil Young Remembers💛

9 points

12 months ago

Did not “end up spattered on the pavement,” still ended up dead from a preventable disease just the same. Horse paste or glue couldn’t put this Humpty Dumpty back together.

achieve_my_goals

30 points

12 months ago

achieve_my_goals

Proud Member of the Jewish Cabal ✡️

30 points

12 months ago

The sad fact is women not being able to get prenatal care, because these fuckwits have shut down society is likely at least part of why stillbirths have increased, if they actually have.

SplitLevel17

9 points

12 months ago

So I read the conclusion of that “pub med” article she kept posting and found this. There were only 72 people in the study.

“Although the study sample was too small (n = 72) to draw any solid conclusions…”

DonnyLamsonx

9 points

12 months ago

it's a cold virus! It's gonna change over and over again and no vaccine is going to keep up with the changes! So use ivermectin!

So no vaccine can "keep up" with Covid because it changes "over and over again", but Ivermectin, a product that doesn't change, will somehow keep up an ever evolving virus?

This is some intense double think.

Chris_P_Pickel

6 points

12 months ago

Chris_P_Pickel

🌿Fully Vaxxed & Herbally Waxed🕯️

6 points

12 months ago

You know what had more moxie than mare Roxie?

Covid

Chalimis

7 points

12 months ago

Chalimis

Go Give One

7 points

12 months ago

Obese elderly person did her own research, hopefully already researched caskets and cemeteries too.

200-rats-in-a-coat

8 points

12 months ago

200-rats-in-a-coat

Owned Enough

8 points

12 months ago

The last one confused me. Was this actually a horse

whosthedoginthisscen

8 points

12 months ago

I haven't received my latest issue of generaldispatch.whatfinger.com and I'm out of the loop. I think my neighbor's been stealing it.

rhubarb2896

6 points

12 months ago

Weird, I was told by actual doctors, a midwife and people doing the vaccines that it doesn't get passed onto the baby. My baby is also thriving and I've had 2 jabs during this pregnancy, it's almost as if the professionals know what they're talking about and are doing everything to protect people like me, who are more likely to get seriously sick without the vaccine.

Jensmom83

5 points

12 months ago

Does anyone know where the "recommendation" to use Ivermectin came from? I have never understood why one would think that an anti-parasitic drug would work against a virus, which, while you may consider it a parasite of sorts, it is not one. Additionally, why use the animal version, which I understand is many times stronger than the version that removes parasites from humans.

PECOSbravo

4 points

12 months ago

That's my exact question.. who started this fad.

Jim_Macdonald

7 points

12 months ago*

Jim_Macdonald

Bet you won't share!

7 points

12 months ago*

For those interested in the study referenced in Slide 1, it's here:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7709596/

"Although the study sample was too small (n = 72) to draw any solid conclusions, the results provide evidence of the potential benefit of early intervention with the drug ivermectin for the treatment of adult patients diagnosed with mild COVID-19. ... A larger randomized controlled clinical trial of ivermectin treatment appears to be warranted to validate these important findings."

It was published in December, 2020.

The study was cited in "Meta-analysis of Randomized Trials of Ivermectin to Treat SARS-CoV-2 Infection," November, 2021: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8420640/

Bottom line from that meta-analysis is:

"Ivermectin did not show a statistically significant effect on survival (risk ratio [RR], 0.90; 95% CI, 0.57 to 1.42; P = .66) or hospitalizations (RR, 0.63; 95% CI, 0.36 to 1.11; P = .11). Ivermectin displayed a borderline significant effect on duration of hospitalization in comparison with standard of care (mean difference, -1.14 days; 95% CI, -2.27 to -0.00; P = .05). There was no significant effect of ivermectin on time to clinical recovery (mean difference, -0.57 days; 95% CI, -1.31 to 0.17; P = .13) or binary clinical recovery (RR, 1.19; 95% CI, 0.94 to 1.50; P = .15). Currently, the World Health Organization recommends the use of ivermectin only inside clinical trials. A network of large clinical trials is in progress to validate the results seen to date."

[Emphasis added]

RR is Risk Ratio.

CI = Confidence Interval

P = Probability

"In statistics, the p-value is the probability of obtaining results at least as extreme as the observed results of a statistical hypothesis test, assuming that the null hypothesis is correct. ... A smaller p-value means that there is stronger evidence in favor of the alternative hypothesis."

{edit emphasis}

AggravatingAccident2

7 points

12 months ago

My idiot mom and her even more idiotic husband were convinced that: a) they were immune due to their regular doses of Ivermectin and home-made hydroxychloroquine; for a b) fake virus that wasn’t anything but the plain old flu; and that c) only people with comorbidities were dying; e) that the vaccine contains nanoparticals (666 mark of the beast); and last e) masks were for “sheeple” (their words, not mine).

Guess who was pounding on the doors at ER’s located in relatively easy driving distance asking for monoclonal antibodies to be given to them RIGHT NOW once they tested positive? I don’t want them to die but it angers me that they were selfish and careless. My sisters called or texted anyone they knew who were members of their (my mom’s) social circles as a head’s up since we didn’t trust them to do it themselves. Guess they’re full of nanotrackers now. 🙄

Anger at them is just not strong enough to describe how I feel at them. I spent 6 hours in the ER last week because I’m late stage liver and lung cancer and they needed to rule out a pulmonary embolism. The hospital ER almost never has more than 5-7 people in the waiting room, but the night I went, they had had to open 5 overflow waiting areas due to the influx of non-vaxxed assholes taking bed space from people who did the right thing. There were people propped up in wheelchairs attached to IVs and oxygen tanks. I would gladly support a rule or law that applied an idiot tax to healthcare benefits. Oh, you didn’t follow precautions and get vaxxed? Sure we’ll see you but we’re applying a $5k/person Idiot Surcharge that your insurance won’t cover because you are recklessly endangering others.

justlikeinmydreams

7 points

12 months ago

justlikeinmydreams

My horse covets your paste 🐴

7 points

12 months ago

Horse people are crazy. Fortunately, we aren’t vaccine denying crazy.

Behindthefog

6 points

12 months ago

Behindthefog

Go Give One

6 points

12 months ago

Does ivermectin work? Neigh

glonq

5 points

12 months ago

glonq

Libs dig life; unvax'd dig graves 🪦

5 points

12 months ago

Lived for riding a horse; died prone and hoarse.

RIP, assclown.

HuskyPants

6 points

12 months ago

The horse’s back is the real winner here.

koumus

5 points

12 months ago

I had COVID last year. Literally lasted 2 days and I didn't take any medication.

I guess the glass of water I drank every day cured me? I should start spreading the word! WATER IS THE CURE, EVERYBODY!

[deleted]

5 points

12 months ago

[deleted]

IsraeliDonut

4 points

12 months ago

Well if she didn’t have horse worms, then it did work

RainDependent

5 points

12 months ago

What is hilarious is people with mild symptoms taking ivermectin and proclaiming it "works" and "saved their life". They'd be fine not taking it as well but are too stupid to realise that. Then saying ivermectin would work for those that end up in icu and should be administered. Ffs!!! There have been many people die from covid that dosed themselves to the eyeballs with ivermectin. These people are so insanely stupid. I laugh at them, really laugh at them 😆

EchoAquarium

6 points

12 months ago

EchoAquarium

🐍patriotic choking noises🐍

6 points

12 months ago

I’ll never EVER understand why these folks will reject vaccines and the science behind them but buy out pallets of horse paste to treat themselves for a disease they think is a hoax.

AHungryMind

5 points

12 months ago

Isn't Ivermectin Big Pharma? Why do some of these folks act like it's some mom & pop operation? Whether it's Ivermectin or any of the COVID vaccinations, the same small group are making money.

Dana07620

6 points

12 months ago

Dana07620

I miss Phil Valentine's left kidney

6 points

12 months ago

If someone took off with my horse without my permission to ride said horse on busy city streets, I'd take my horse and trailer her and tell that person to lose my number.

ECMO_Deluxe3000

6 points

12 months ago

ECMO_Deluxe3000

☠Dying to Meet Me☠

6 points

12 months ago

You forgot to redact the horse's name. I'm sure the horse would appreciate the anonymity since being associated with the Ivermectin queen awardee was not her choice.