A doctor in a leaked video told colleagues that their North Carolina hospital's COVID-19 messaging needs to be "more scary for the public" — and even should go so far as to tell people "you don't get vaccinated, you know you're gonna die."Yeah, we were all warned about your posts already at the top of the page, but thanks for reposting it, one of the only reasonable things you have said in this entire thread!
That's hard for me to imagine. Tell me about what it's like.Imagine being so dumb you think drugs are just meth and weed..
The FD&C Act defines drugs, in part, by their intended use as “articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.”2 Thus, vaccines are a unique class of pharmaceutical products that meet the statutory definition of both a drug and biological product.
While it wasn't propaganda, I agree too many people accepted the ivermectin overdose exaggerations on too little evidence.Lol you and stupid fish fell for the hospitals filling up with ivermectin od propaganda and fell for this propaganda too.
It was propaganda. It was literally made up out of thin air to cause fear.While it wasn't propaganda, I agree too many people accepted the ivermectin overdose exaggerations on too little evidence.
I have no idea if this story is true or false. What's your evidence that it's false?
From the CDC. You're soooo naiveYes.
What was the political cause being promoted by the ivermectin scare? I suppose you could argue it promo0ted a public health cause, but that's not inherently political.It was propaganda. It was literally made up out of thin air to cause fear.
Given the option of "yes" or "no", "yes" is the more correct answer. Does a Stop sign get people to stop at an intersection? Between "yes" and "no", "yes" is more correct. Your quote supports my answer.From the CDC. You're soooo naive