11 October, 2021

You Can't Argue Against the Narrative, Especially When It's Wrong

The juvenile ‘It’s horse paste!’ critique of ivermectin | Washington Examiner

he Nobel Prize in medicine in 2015 went to two scientists whose experiments on a type of bacteria and subsequent modifications produced a compound that led to “a new class of drugs with extraordinary efficacy against parasitic diseases,” in the words of the Nobel Prize committee.

That compound is ivermectin, which “turned out to be highly effective in both animals and humans against a variety of parasites, including those that cause River Blindness and Lymphatic Filariasis.” The FDA approved the drug in 1996.

That’s why U.S. doctors wrote more than 100,000 prescriptions a year for ivermectin, which comes in tablets but also in a lotion. In 2020, the FDA approved one ivermectin lotion as an over-the-counter lice treatment.

But the narrative only allows for certain people to define what we’re allowed (required) to do about COVID. And these people are never wrong. Even when they change their minds.

Ivermectin has shown promise as an effective treatment. Is it perfect? No. Does NyQuil work for everyone for colds & flu, and does it make their symptoms totally go away? No. It’s a treatment. That means it helps with the symptoms.

They want you stupid. You’re easier to control that way.

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