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Ivermectin, The Drug That Cracked COVID
and Treated President Trump

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Posted By: earlybird, 5/30/2021 2:41:59 PM

Before going into a fascinating story about a drug called “Ivermectin” and a volume of research studies, successful trials and treatment for COVID-19, there is something to consider that should be forefront. There is so much hype over the vaccines by all elements of big pharma, government and media; and there has been such widespread acceptance of the hype by millions of Americans who have taken the vaccine; it is important to consider how those invested people would react to any conversation about an inexpensive, safe and effective treatment now. (Snip) there is a remarkable, albeit long, article and story about a group of physicians who developed a COVID treatment


Ivermectin. Presently turning things around in Covid-wracked India.

The article excerpt is in this article along with a link to the original article, which Sundance believes should be the thinking person’s must read.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: seamusm 5/30/2021 3:20:44 PM (No. 801023)
The physicians and rsearchers who have refused to recognize the value of ivermectin have blood on their hands with millions who have dies and continue to die across the globe. Worse, many of them have, often hidden, financial conflicts of interest with Pharma. These should be publicly shamed and go to jail.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: DVC 5/30/2021 3:59:24 PM (No. 801040)
How long can doctors continue to deny this? This is insane, and is literally killing people.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: DVC 5/30/2021 4:51:53 PM (No. 801079)
OTC in many countries and we can't get a doc to prescribe it here. Criminal.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: MorningStar 5/30/2021 5:02:14 PM (No. 801091)
Eight drugs are listed as being administered to President Trump during his treatment of the Coronavirus, but Ivermectin is NOT one of them. It works, but President Trump did not need it. We shall know the truth, and the truth, not misinformation, shall set us fee!!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: clipped wings 5/30/2021 5:16:30 PM (No. 801104)
#3, check with a DVM. We used to use Ivermectin to prevent heart worms in our kennel.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: LadyHen 5/30/2021 5:58:14 PM (No. 801119)
The first article concerning Ivermectin and Covid was posted here on was on 4/5/2020, yes over a year ago. Think how many lives could have been saved had the powers that be not been so hell bent on twisting this crisis into a money making operation. It was this article
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Reply 7 - Posted by: caljeepgirl 5/30/2021 6:16:02 PM (No. 801129)
Exactly, #6. Old news. So sad. Only explanation that makes any sense to me is most doctors are scared to death of being sued/losing their livelihood.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: valinva 5/30/2021 6:22:21 PM (No. 801133)
Fauci, Birx, the WHO, the techno-nazis who censored this information, and politicians who refused to listen and even went to the point of criminalizing the use of Ivermectin need to pay both financially and with prison for their stifling of this life saving drug. I am not speaking hypercritically. I am serious about the need to punish these people and to make an example of them so this never happens again.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: MDConservative 5/30/2021 7:03:29 PM (No. 801166)
FTA: "So many people have bought into the vaccine narrative, and so many people have exposed themselves to the risks of an untested, non-FDA approved experimental treatment, they simply will not be able to admit (or accept) any form of truth that runs counter to that narrative. To admit alternative safe treatments were the better option, is to admit you have been duped and exposed yourself to risk unnecessarily." Whoa! Wait a minute. I was vaccinated (J&J) and I have no problem "accepting" that there are alternative treatments. In fact, I accepted that early in this "pandemic". I weighed the risks of infection at my age. And I saw vaccination as insurance. If vaccination failed, there were treatments, just as there for other sicknesses. The problem with "treatments" is that they come after the fact, when you are infected and likely suffering somewhat/plenty. I'd prefer not to experience that alternative, either. I don't believe I was duped, nor took an exceptional risk with the vaccine. I suspect I was in greater danger as a child not wearing a bicycle helmet.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Edgelady 5/30/2021 7:12:58 PM (No. 801173)
Ivermectin is not only used on dogs, but horses and cows for worming. Amazing little drug.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: ThreeBadCats3 5/30/2021 8:08:59 PM (No. 801202)
Hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin have been very effective in treating Covid. It is criminal that democrats used the issues to damage President Trump. The newly announced drug used in Israel doesn’t have a chemical or generic name that I know of yet. The “jab” or “vaccine” should be discontinued if not illegal, not required.
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