🧵THREAD🧵— Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360) September 5, 2021
We’ve got to talk about the Rolling Stone invermectin article. Turns out the story about rural hospitals so flooded with ODs that they couldn’t treat other patients was made up, entirely invented.
A lot of people took the bait, and I’ve got the screenshots.⤵️
Rolling Stone ran a story that they could've debunked with a single phone call.— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) September 5, 2021
They didn't make that phone call because they wanted it to be true and because it went viral and got clicks.
And they'll keep doing it because no one will hold them accountable. pic.twitter.com/Kzl9ksfLEp
Why do people not believe there is a microchip in Ivermectin?— Andy Slavitt 🇺🇸💉 (@ASlavitt) September 5, 2021
The only reason Rolling Stone is calling this an "UPDATE" as opposed to what it so plainly is -- a RETRACTION -- is because liberal outlets know that their readers don't care at all if they publish fake news as long as it's done with the right political motives and goals. https://t.co/2nRaD5EbXk— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) September 5, 2021
For those that don't know, Peru did a massive campaign with ivermectin in last half of 2020. The mortality dropped 14 fold over 3 months. A new president came in - and stopped the campaign. And deaths rose 13 fold over the next month. This figure is from: https://t.co/1Zvbi9LdPi pic.twitter.com/2BuzDlgaXp— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) September 5, 2021
BREAKING: Rolling Stone 'Horse Dewormer' Hit-Piece Debunked After Oklahoma Hospital Says No Ivermectin Overdoses https://t.co/ULktNdai20— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 5, 2021
Rolling Stone 'Horse Dewormer' Hit-Piece Debunked After Hospital Says No Ivermectin Overdoses https://t.co/x6eWED6ec0— zerohedge (@zerohedge) September 5, 2021
Ivermectin has been used to treat patients for decades, but because it challenges the “Get vaccinated” narrative it is now being referred to as “horse medicine”. I knew the medical industry was corrupt, but this last year and a half has really exposed just how bad it is.— El Guapo (@SoyYoElGuapo) September 5, 2021
From Rolling Stone, to Maddow & no one thought to verify this guy's story. They published it and put it on tv and no one checked it. Purposeful malfeasance, and no one will lose a job over it. https://t.co/mpJaa49gzi— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 5, 2021