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r_u_srs_srsly 135 points ago

And they didn't let the named first-author (because they needed credibility for publication) review the data.

The named first author didn't bother asking for the data to review.

The peer review process dind't ask if they'd reviewed the data

The Lancet editorial staff didn't bother with a simple question "have you reviewed the data"

The implications of this fraud put the HCQ doubters on par with the anti-vaxx movement

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WishdoctorsSong 56 points ago

Yeah except the anti-vaxxers are the ones with doctors backing them up and the pro-vaccers are supported by Bill Gates and Merck.

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infinitysupreme 25 points ago

Being against forced vaccinations can have nothing to do with autism. Both my wife and I had severe reactions to vaccines, and don't want our child to experience the same. Do we not have rights in America? Freedoms?

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CountryState_of_Mind 12 points ago

AGREED. Vaccinate if you want, but don't expect EVERYONE to agree that they should do the same. FREEDOM.

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cmndr_pepe_spacefrce 1 point ago

As severe as the diseases the cure?

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markscomputer 2 points ago

Polio is effectively cured; handful of annual cases deep in bumfuckistan. Yet we still mandate all kids get it. why?

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cmndr_pepe_spacefrce 1 point ago

Bc we take in 1.5m immigrants a year, some from Bumfuckistan, and we don’t want it to return. Show me the problem with that vaccine before you bitch about it.

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Farmerbob1 -2 points ago

Have you ever watched a documentary about what Polio can do children?

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asparaghosi 17 points ago

Is it the one about Bill Gates' polio vaccine leading to paralysis of nearly half a million children in India between 2000 and 2017? I'll bet it's good.

https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/06/28/534403083/mutant-strains-of-polio-vaccine-now-cause-more-paralysis-than-wild-polio?t=1591385815800

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infinitysupreme 12 points ago

Polio is a terrible disease.

Are you aware that polio vaccines are now the leading cause of polio in the world?

https://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/polio-cases-now-caused-vaccine-wild-virus-67287290

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Farmerbob1 0 points ago

I am aware that a substandard type of cheap vaccine causes a tiny percentage of people to develop the disease, yes.

Re-read the article a couple times and think about what it's actually saying.

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VyseLegendaire 21 points ago

I'm no science genius, but the entire movement against vaccines is not based on one retracted paper.

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CountryState_of_Mind 9 points ago

EXACTLY👆

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Farmerbob1 -10 points ago

Correct. It is based on one retracted study and a lot of stupid comparisons between flawed vaccines and well-made vaccines.

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MAGAnaut 10 points ago

How do you know which vaccines fall into either of those two categories? Doesn't the very existence of "flawed vaccines" contradict into the blanket statement we hear repeated endlessly that "vaccines are safe and effective?"

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Farmerbob1 0 points ago

Hunting rifles are safe and effective too, unless there is a problem with the weapon or the ammunition.

Vaccines are tools. Tools sometimes break. Tools are sometimes made wrong. Tools are sometimes used wrong. Tools can maim or kill people if there is an accident, for any reason.

Does that mean we should stop using all tools?

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MAGAnaut 2 points ago

Careful, you might pull a muscle with that kind of stretching.

... continue reading thread?
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ShalomRPh 17 points ago

Not to mention, he had financial interest in a company making mercury-free vaccines, and his medical license was revoked in the UK for his part in this.

He never even tried to say all vaccines are bad, only those containing mercury. The idiot anti-vaxxers grabbed onto his bullshit and ran even further with it than he did.

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MenicusMoldbug 38 points ago

Over $4B in tax-payer funds has been paid out to vaxx victims over the past few decades.

No one ever mentions that.

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beta-detector 13 points ago

.. or the fact that CDC recommended childhood vaccines (schedule) were NEVER tested for safety as a cocktail (all-in-one) shots. Don't tell anyone ;)

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ShalomRPh 9 points ago

I'm not saying there aren't problems with some vaccines. The DTwP vaccine was vicious; I still have some nerve damage in my arm from the one I got in 1975.

But I didn't go running to the government for compensation.

(They withdrew that one, replaced with DTaP which is supposed to be safer.)

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MenicusMoldbug 29 points ago

DTwP killed more children than mass shootings have.

Strange silence around that.

What I'm saying is there are some very real risks around vaccines and anyone who is unskeptical of Big Pharma and Big Government working together is a clueless dope.

Big Pharma has little to no liability on their vaccine products and they have Big Government mandating them some customers with 3rd party payers.

There's nothing wrong with being skeptical and curious about the pro-vaxx dogma.

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ShalomRPh 22 points ago (edited)

Dude, I'm a pharmacist. It is literally my job to be skeptical about what comes out of the pharmaceutical industries. The first thing they taught us in pharmacy school was how to read medical literature, and read between the lines to see what they weren't saying.

This being said, my kids have been immunized with the required vaccines (DTaP, MMR, Hep A/B, meningococcus, et bloody cetera) but none of the optional ones. They haven't had any flu shots (neither have I, I'm licensed to give them but haven't taken one in my life), they're not getting Gardasil until they're 18 and old enough to make that decision for themselves, and they're especially not getting Bill Gates' vaccine, if he ever comes up with one. (As someone around here said, he can't keep viruses out of his own damn OS, how are we supposed to trust him with our bodies?) They were quarantined with my wife when she was home sick with COVID, and with me once I got home from the hospital (and the week before I went). If they didn't catch it from either of us, they're never going to.

(Pet peeve: the term "vaccine" specifically refers to smallpox; it's derived from the Latin name of the cowpox virus, which is what they made that from. Everything else is an immunization, but that's a linguistic battle I've long since lost.)

... continue reading thread?
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WhitePowerRanger -25 points ago

There's nothing wrong with being skeptical and curious about the pro-vaxx dogma.

Yes there is you moron.

... continue reading thread?
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CnnWillBlackmailYou 3 points ago

DDG "DTaP Scream."

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beta-detector 1 point ago

Shhhhh.. don't let the cats out.

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ahmrbond 1 point ago

This was turning into an interesting discussion on vaccines. Please don't call people "idiots" just because they believe something different to you. It undermines your viewpoint and just breeds negative emotions. Calm down and state your case in a more "scientific" manner.

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Hayride 14 points ago

Yes, the whole "movement" is based on a paper that's now retracted. There's been no personal testimonies of harm. There's been no payouts to families whose child has been harmed. Remember, you should never read the insert, the pamphlet will tell you all you need to know. {Bill Gates smile} Be the first on your block to take the WuFlu vaccine. That's a good boy.

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MAGAnaut 11 points ago

It's a lot more than "one paper," ignoring the massive amount of scientific studies and parent testimony that has happened since then is disingenuous. Watch the two Vaxxed documentaries, Del Bigtree's Vaccine Safety Project presentation, notice how pro-vax defenders never actually show up to debate these issues, they just repeat "safe and effective" ad nauseam and slander anyone who wants to ask questions.

By the way, Here is a number of tweets from Trump before he was elected questioning the link between vaccines and autism. Trump knows the truth and we should consider ourselves blessed for it.

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MakeAmericaVapeAgain 7 points ago

there are so many things Trump knows, i wish he had fewer enemies and more allies to really get things going.

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phate451 7 points ago

"The whole anti-vax movement is based around that single Wakefield paper, which has been retracted."

Actually no it's not you stupid faggot fuck. There are hundreds of credible doctors that have spoken utr against it.

Again, your reality is formed by sources you choose to believe.

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 5 points ago

The whole anti-vax movement is > based around that single Wakefield paper, which has been retracted.

That's one HELL of a false generalization. I literally worked in vaccination research in the US Army and am strongly opposed to most modern (hpv, flu, etc.) vaccines based on basic science. I've literally never heard of your paper.

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 3 points ago

Jesus. Sure you're not a liberal?

You: "Everything they say is based on this debunked paper!"

Also you: "Hur hur! U so stoopid if you no reed this papar!!!!!111oneone"

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LikelyALiar -1 points ago

yeah im pretty sure.

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MajorDomo 3 points ago

Username checks out.

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BaronFalcon -1 points ago

wow dude, you defaulted to calling him a liberal pretty quick. for someone with alleged credentials, you've given nothing outside of credentials to qualify your statement and went right to ad hominem.

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 2 points ago

And? Care to do the same analyses on his response? Or even address mine?

Weak shit, dude.

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harrison_bergeron 5 points ago

No way, buddy. Jenny McCarthy and Oprah already settled the science!

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edxzxz 4 points ago

I agree as far as any link to autism, but were you aware that the US Govt. has a system of 'Ombudsman' who are exclusively in charge of ruling on claims for vaccine related injuries, and that those 'courts' which have no avenue of appeal are the sole and solitary means of those injured by vaccines to be compensated? Have you ever heard of 'SIRVA'" It stands for 'shoulder injuries related to vaccine administration', and include the loss of use of arm(s), total permanent paralysis, partial paralysis and death? Nearly all of those injuries are a result of non doctors administering flu vaccines and doing it wrong. A fee is collected from every vaccine administered and those fees fund the compensation fund - to ensure the compensation fund does not run out of money, the government pushes hard for people to get flu vaccines every year, since nearly no other vaccine can be pushed on people as often as every year, and pushed on everyone whether they actually need it or whether it has any actual medical purpose. Just saying, it doesn't help debunk the anti vax conspiracies if the government runs a secret system of courts and a secret slush fund to payoff victims of vaccine injuries. Do not let the person who runs the cashier at CVS give you a vaccine. If you get a vaccine, and the doctor is standing, you must be standing, if you're sitting, the doctor should be sitting - otherwise the needle goes in at an angle and can hit the bursa sac, and that's how SIRVA injuries happen. https://www.myvaccinelawyer.com/vaccine-injuries/sirva

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Basileus 3 points ago

Yeah, everyone knows it's mobile phone towers and wifi signals that cause autism

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usausausa5000 3 points ago

I would highly suggest you read the pamphlet they give you when you get a vaccine. Pages of proven negative side effects. You don't get to force people to take that risk you dumb commie.

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LikelyALiar 0 points ago

everything has pages of side effects.

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CountryState_of_Mind 2 points ago

Anti-vaxers are just fucking retards" Guess I'm doing pretty well in life considering I am a retard then......

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fakthemods 2 points ago

Here's the issue I have with vaccines. The manufacturers are immune from litigation and I don't trust them to be honest about what's in them.

Vaccines were used as a cover to get DNA information that led to the death of Bin Laden, while I like that they got him it shows that they're willing to use vaccines as a cover. Vaccines were also used as a cover to inject African Jews in Israel with birth control without their consent.

With the history of our Federal agencies willingness to do fucked up shit to the population I just don't trust them. I also don't like the idea of them being mandatory for enrollment to public school.

But that's just me.

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fakthemods 2 points ago

my contention is that they are not. the administrators? yeah they might be shit people that pair the vaccine up with something else or save a needle or whatever. that's not the vaccines fault.

True but I can't self-administer a vaccine.

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chelbull 2 points ago

Pardon my french, but fuck “medically bad” when it could be potentially dangerous and life threatening.

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BoughtByBloomberg 1 point ago

Even more damning... the dude that wrote it was pushing another vaccine. Basically this article from Wakefield is the SAME as the HCQ deniers who want to pretend it kills you if you get within 20 feet of a tablet.

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I_Love_45-70_Gov 1 point ago

Stop with your lies; it's 15 feet. Reeeeeeee!

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ahmrbond 1 point ago

"The whole anti-vax movement is based around that single Wakefield paper,"

No. No it isn't. There is a lot more to the anti-vax movement than the Wakefield paper. For instance, look at the work of JFK Jr. on the subject. He's made a documentary, and has written a LOT. He's not the only one of course, but he is a credible person and seems totally sincere about it.

That's not to say that anything is true or not - except for the fact that the anti-vax movement is more than just Wakefield.

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dabicsta 0 points ago

Amen brother

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DavidBrockShill 7 points ago

Apparently it's anti vax to point out that I don't feel comfortable taking a vaccine that is literally being rushed to market so fast that normal processes will be ignored and or relaxed to get it out there asap

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r_u_srs_srsly 3 points ago (edited)

bro, we can at least partially agree that vaccines arent always effective and are used as a money grab (flu shots are only 40% effective in the best years) but everyone is told to get one and insurance always pays 100% to the manufacturer.

but gtfo with that flat-earth stuff

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ArdentGrasshopper 18 points ago

People think "peer review" actually means something important. Can't be further from the truth. Peer reviewing isn't a validation of your research. It's a rough cut to see if any glaring faux pas has been committed. The actual scientific discussion happens by competing papers.

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SadPangolin 10 points ago

People think "peer review" actually means something important.

Ignorant people shriek 'peer review' because they think it makes them look smart. In reality, it's just another gatekeeper used by the left to ensure no badthink gets published.

And let's not forget that 50% of peer-reviewed papers can't be reproduced, and it's as high as 90% in some of the Fake Sciences like psychology.

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slipperysnek33 3 points ago

Check out the Sokal Affair and the Grievance Studies debacle, both showing that Sociology (along with women's/gender studies etc.) are fraudulent fields of "research".

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r_u_srs_srsly 7 points ago (edited)

We think it's important because the entire academic profession claims peer review as the basis for checks and balances on their fields of study. If peer review is a circle jerk, the academics need to stop committing fraud by claiming peer review is anything other than a old-boys-club rubber stamp.

2 weeks of "peer review" after it was published raised these questions

  1. The study had a higher number of deaths than the known death count in austrailia (scientific data usually lags far behind real-world, unredacted data)
  2. The study claimed invitermicin did a better job, yet at the time of the study, invitermicin wasn't a suggested remedy and is unlikely to have been used off-label in so many cases (they were still pushing people to ECMO or ventalators)
  3. the study claimed to have access to tens of thousands of hospital records (maybe but hospitals don't just chuck data at every startup company who asks - later a reporter called every single hospital in austrialia, none of which knew about a partnership with that company - you think at least one of them would give an answer like "our partners go though appropriate vetting" but every single one flat ut denied a relationship)
  4. The company says it was the hospital's job to redact data so data problems are the hospital's fault (hospitals would never do this, you want the data, you clean it up and pass it though board review)

These are major questions came by medical professional "peers" within days that actual "peer review" could have at least asked

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ArdentGrasshopper 4 points ago

Regarding 1-3, as I mentioned, the review process doesn't actually get into the validity of claims. Just sees if you've ticked a list of checkboxes.

Regarding 4, it sounds like this should have been caught.

That said, there are reviewers who are hardcore and care deeply about their review. But it's not the rule by any means and especially not outside of hard sciences (math, physics etc).

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r_u_srs_srsly 3 points ago

I'm not disagreeing with you.

Academics sell "peer review" as the ultimate checks and balance on prohibiting junk science from entering the field.

I completely agree that actual peer review is basically spell check.

Peers in the medical profession began calling out this study almost immediately, why weren't they on the journal "peer review"? And we're back to spell checking.

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BaronFalcon 2 points ago

I have a fam member with a phd in physics who stated unequivocally that peer review is a joke, and he has submitted hundreds of papers to be reviewed. It's basically gaming the system for research funds.

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Marshall 6 points ago

The anti vaxx movement has credibility. Anti HCQ does not. They are not equivalent.

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DemigoD 5 points ago

IRONICALLY, the anti vaxx movement was started by a journal article published decades ago by.... THE LANCET! lol not kidding

The original article linking vaccines to autism years ago, was retracted, but so was this one

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starl1te 3 points ago

The same author using the same database also managed to publish in NEJM, concluding that you must hide yo gramma cause hydroxychloroquine is causing fatal arrhythmias in everybody out there... also retracted same day

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18-to-life 8 points ago

What, no link to her cam, for the complete news story?

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TommyLasordasBallBag 5 points ago

Skye daniels is her cam name.

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NACAM 1 point ago

Wow. That's actual hard science there... unlike the drivel she wrote.

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Headline_Correction [S] 2 points ago

i wish i had it

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SadPangolin 3 points ago

But muh science!

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TopKeksWithFrens 3 points ago

Where does it say the authors were a Sci if writer and cam girl, because i can't find it. I searched the authors names but nothing came back aside from medical doctors

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BlackToof_Grin 1 point ago

yeah I'm lost on this point...

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TARos 1 point ago

Same. It's kinda annoying every article seems to go out of their way to withhold this piece of information.

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AnEndgamePawn 27 points ago

That study got spread like wildfire, this one will get buried:

https://medicine.yale.edu/yigh/news-article/25085/

Gee, I wonder why

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lwrns 8 points ago

What annoys me is that most people will never see this. They'll be blaming the coronavirus on Trump for the rest of their lives.

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Danmax67 5 points ago

I'm happy my CNN watching friend knew about this this morning. I assume not via CNN, but at least it got out to him.

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Headline_Correction [S] 4 points ago

thats a good one

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Avenatti2020 19 points ago

My wife and her lib friend were citing this study to me last weekend. Pretty sad to fall for this fake of news.

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basicevent 7 points ago

How will you break the news...gently?

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Avenatti2020 7 points ago

Having an internal conflict between coming in amicably or going full I told you so hahahahahhahaa. Tbd

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Raindrops1984 3 points ago

Sledgehammer?

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DemigoD 3 points ago

Same thing happened to me. I just linked them lancets retraction and I basically said it was found to have made up data. They couldn't argue because that's what the lancets retraction itself said.

They just responded "big yikes" lol and I decided not to push it. I prefer small doses of red pills instead of a full red suppository

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Headline_Correction [S] 3 points ago

You have a bonus 'toljaso' awaiting use.

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LikelyALiar 15 points ago

I'd like to evaluate the cam girl myself, anyone have a link?

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Horkers4Trump 9 points ago

I wanted sexy, and you delivered. Gracias, amigo.

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MakeLeftistsCryAgain 2 points ago

Dang, she was hot.

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VinnysMagicGrits 5 points ago

Courtney Herz (I could be wrong) is the name I found. Her Linkedin page is no longer available, no surprises there.

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UnstumpableMAGA 2 points ago

Ariane Anderson, Courtney Herz and Thomas Keonigsberger:

https://mobile.twitter.com/blvckovo/status/1268472956604342279

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kagnificent 3 points ago

The science is settled. She's a sexy retard.

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TampaMAGA 13 points ago

Everything backfires on them. TDS is real pedes

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chuckachookah 15 points ago

The problem is ANCHORING BIAS.

This is the scheme behind media:

  • Click bait headline with no or poor sourced materials (aka, total or mostly fiction)
  • Actual facts that should be sourced prior to publishing surface
  • (Maybe) issue a 10-word retraction; (maybe) a stealth edit.
  • The false cognitive anchor bias remains

Unfortunately, the media is using this scheme to condition and program the ANCHORING BIAS.

Example...

  • Trump said "very fine people" about racists in Charlottesville
  • Facts shows Trump categorically condemned the white supremists groups
  • (Some) media outlets report that
  • The Democrat Presidential Candidate, to this day, uses this provably false reference and the media repeats it (again) as if it were true.

This is classic Goebbels propaganda. The US Media is a LITERAL propaganda arm of the DNC. Nearly every form of their reporting (on paper, online, and te very questions they pose) are agitprop. Period.

This is the battle we fight.

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Headline_Correction [S] 2 points ago

thats the phrase I was trying to think of just now. People operate for decades on impressions and bad info. Twitter is founded on that, people emotionally overreacting to emotional overreactions and filling that sewer with a symphony of dumbassery

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Mavdick96 12 points ago (edited)

One of my friends had unfortunately been brainwashed into thinking Hydroxychlorquine doesn’t work. The shock in his eyes when I showed him studies that completely disproved what he had been told was moving. He isn’t necessarily based but he hates politicians in general and the government. He was one of those guys afraid to go outside until a vaccine was made but is waking up.

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Headline_Correction [S] 4 points ago

I'm glad to hear his tds is clearing up

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TaggartCiscontinenta 12 points ago

So, The Lancet is basically the the Sc1entol0gy of medical journals then.

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DemigoD 6 points ago

Seems like it

Fun fact- lancet was also the publication that did the original article linking vaccines to autism in 1998. It was retracted in 2010

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TaggartCiscontinenta 3 points ago

Oh, that’s right! Thanks for the reminder, ‘pede.

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Headline_Correction [S] 1 point ago

apparently ...

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MAGA_____bitches 8 points ago

I HATE THE FUCKING MEDIA

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4218 7 points ago

People taking medical advise from strippers, and taking political advise from pornstars and celebrities. Lol This world is crazy

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Lawless 7 points ago

The ccp/msm jumped all over this too

Wonder why people don't trust the media

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Mrsattorney 5 points ago

This entire Hydroxychloroquine kerfuffle has exposed the corrupt underbelly of so-called "science" in America. We already knew there was rampant corruption because of faux "climate science," but these people were willing to passively murder others by suppressing the use of an effective drug therapy. This is a whole new level of corruption.

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MittRomney 3 points ago

Exactly. How many other cures have been suppressed?

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Redditcanblowme 5 points ago

For science I need to know who is this stripper?

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Headline_Correction [S] 1 point ago

I'm still loking for that, started my morning looking for her image, was going to put it in this but ....

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SBOJ_JOBS 4 points ago

Democrats: You must believe Science Strippers!

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Alberta51stState 1 point ago

Secret secrets hurt no one...

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JBlaze056 4 points ago

Clown world has exceeded the most imagined honk limit

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Headline_Correction [S] 1 point ago

but there will be a tomorrow

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BonerDonor 4 points ago

It's a good thing COVID-19 is a huge nothing burger or people could have died from this.

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NACAM 1 point ago

But it would have owned Le Drumf!!!11!

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behemoth887 4 points ago

libs "the party of science" is almost as big of a joke as islam "the religion of peace"

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Headline_Correction [S] 2 points ago

u forget that women are the gender of peace

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NACAM 2 points ago

I'm fully convinced that we'd be at war with at least three countries if Hillary were president right now.

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AllTheWayTrump 4 points ago

Lancet should be sued out of existence along with those responsible for the bullshit data.

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random2020 1 point ago

Yeh based on this bullshit the dopey WHO recommend against use of hydroxychloroquine. The authors, peer reviewers and lancet should be held accountable.

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minotaurbeach 3 points ago

They tried to make a product for medical students, but it was full of errors.

There are only two employees, and they make up additional names pretending to be up to six people when selling the product.

https://forums.studentdoctor.net/threads/surgisphere.572452/

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WowStrongWinning 3 points ago

Do we have pics of the stripper? It’s important that we get all of the facts to this news.

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rajbaj2222 3 points ago

Can someone please link some sauce I can share with my friends who need to see this? Thank you.

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random2020 2 points ago

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)31180-6/fulltext

Note the big red retracted all over it. It really should have a paragraph at the start in red saying this paper has been retracted because the data it is based on is bullshit.

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rajbaj2222 2 points ago

Thanks man

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linhares 1 point ago

where's the stripper name?

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LostViking1985 3 points ago

That's his "I already knew, and let you publicly hang yourself" look

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TenScoops 3 points ago

GEORGE FLOYED CURED CORONAVIRUS BOYS

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Headline_Correction [S] 2 points ago

uh.... hero? LOL

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snoopy3210 2 points ago

Look up for Didier Rahoult’s comments on the VA “study”. It’s also a complete fraud. Paid by the NIH. Investigate if Fauci is behind the NIH payments for that one.

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zettapede 2 points ago

... Which they have since retracted for having bad original sources.

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Dudewho 2 points ago

And the left all know this (the smart ones higher up the chain). Get any info out that can be used to hurt trump/right. If it turns out to be completely false, we do a tiny blip correction weeks or months later. No one will see the correction, nor care. Initial damage done. We all know rhis

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Headline_Correction [S] 2 points ago

exactly - people go on impressions and keep them for decades

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Tyrant597 2 points ago

TFW you don't know what 'TFW' means.

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IMMORTAN_TRUMP 2 points ago

A stripper wouldn't be as bad. It was a cam model!

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Pepe_please_helpe 2 points ago

I swear to God, at this point, we’re going to find out horseface and creepy porn laywer are writing the W.H.O.’s homework.

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Flak 2 points ago

Is this Scientology?

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CarlosCornPopDelecto 2 points ago

manslaughter charges

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Hillandbill 2 points ago

Did somebody say stripper?

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Womp_womp 2 points ago

So uhh...when can people sue because grandpa died over their bullshit study?

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WhitePowerRanger 2 points ago (edited)

I’m skeptical that water will keep me alive.

I’m skeptical the earth is round.

-some genius

Fucking idiots the lot of you.

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OneOfMany_MAGA 2 points ago

Kinda like Scientology 😆

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quigonkenny 2 points ago

Since when is Snopes doing medical research?

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verycute 2 points ago

I'm sure someone paid to have these results and this study done. Following that money would be interesting; I bet it was Gilead.

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Steeleproduction 2 points ago

Those are the kind of people they look up to, so it makes sense.

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gawd-emperor 2 points ago

PEER REVIEWED Science!!!!!!

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Apersonofinterest 2 points ago

Was it written by Snopes?

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WalterEKurtz 1 point ago

strippers look great in nurse costumes! just sayin.