The Media’s Viral Lie about Ivermectin Overdoses & Horse Medicine: Dr. Kory Responds | Interview

In the last few weeks, the mainstream media ran with stories about Ivermectin, most noticeably referring to it as "horse medicine" or "horse dewormer" while, for some reason, leaving out the fact that Ivermectin is a WHO essential medicine for HUMANS.

At the same time, the mainstream media and social media ran with a specific story about Oklahoma hospitals having to turn away gunshot victims because of a surge of people overdosing on Ivermectin. The bombshell story turned out to be false, forcing magazines, like Rolling Stone, to issue a correction, but not before popular news outlets shared it widely on social media, without Big Tech's "disclaimer of shame" for spreading misinformation. Dr. Kory Responds.


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