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FAKE NEWS NY Times Gets Caught: Claims of 70% Increase in “Deworming Drug” Ivermectin Poisonings Was Actually a 2% Increase

By Jim Hoft

More fake news by The Paper of Record.
The New York Times published an article on August 25th titled,
“Demand Surges for Deworming Drug for Covid, Despite Scant Evidence It Works”

The entire premise of the article was false. It makes you wonder who was paying for it?

As TGP reported earlier this week India has had exceptional success in treating and preventing COVID-19 with Ivermectin.

Ivermectin is an award-winning drug that only recently got labeled a horse dewormer by Big Pharma and Big Government.

And in the article, The New York Times claimed that a Mississippi poison control center reported a 70% rise in recent Ivermectin poisonings.

This was completely false. The poison control center reported a 2% rise in Ivermectin poisonings. The entire article was a lie.

Reporter Investigative journalist Mary Beth Pfeiffer reported:

This is planned and purposeful disinformation. They don’t care how many die as long as they control the narrative.


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