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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

I can't find the video on YouTube anywhere and I can't find anything about it when I search for it but I can vividly remember it. He talked about the value of our country where the minerals and land value alone was worth many trillions of dollars.

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

Gotcha, thought the tests were limited in supply everywhere. You can't get tested by me unless you are admitted to the hospital.

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

Since he'll still be doing his shows he'll have to intentionally look close to death during every show even if he's feeling fine so he doesn't play down the virus.

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wild20 [S] 3 points ago

He probably has a ventilator reserved for him as well.

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wild20 [S] 3 points ago

Aren't tests reserved for people that require hospitalization?

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wild20 [S] 3 points ago

Where the TL;DR version? I didn't even attempt to read 95% of what he wrote. It's a public post, have fun with it if you like.

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wild20 [S] 4 points ago

100% will be tested after they die to pump up the death numbers. Even if their cause of death is a car accident or suicide.

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wild20 [S] 7 points ago

But have you gotten coronavirus? I bet not, that's good enough proof for me.

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

Thanks for all the dosage guesses, another question, do I wait until I get the China death bug or do I take it daily to prevent it from turning me into a Communist?

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wild20 [S] 2 points ago

Here's the corrected AP article: PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man has died and his wife is in critical condition after the couple took an additive used to clean fish tanks.

Banner Health says the couple in their 60s took chloroquine phosphate and got sick within 30 minutes.

Last week, Trump misstated that the malaria medication chloroquine was a known treatment for COVID-19. Even after the FDA chief clarified that the drug still needs to be tested, Trump overstated the drug’s potential upside in containing the virus.

Dr. Daniel Brooks, medical director of Banner Poison and Drug Information Center, says the last thing health officials want is for emergency rooms to be swamped by patients who believe they found a vague and risky solution that could potentially jeopardize their health.

Correction: The original Associated Press article on this story noted the couple took chloroquine — implying they took a prescribed drug. According to the treating hospital, the couple took chloroquine phosphate which can be purchased at a pet store.

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wild20 [S] 0 points ago

PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man has died and his wife is in critical condition after the couple took a medicine touted by President Donald Trump as treatment for COVID-19.

Banner Health says the couple in their 60s took chloroquine, a malaria medication, and got sick within 30 minutes.

It’s unclear if the couple ingested the medication specifically because of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

The medicine is usually obtained by prescription, and Banner Health is urging medical providers against prescribing it to people who aren’t hospitalized.

Last week, Trump falsely stated the Food and Drug Administration had just approved the use of chloroquine to treat patients infected with coronavirus. Even after the FDA chief clarified that the drug still needs to be tested, Trump overstaed the drug’s potential upside in containing the virus.

Dr. Daniel Brooks, medical director of Banner Poison and Drug Information Center, says the last thing health officials want is for emergency rooms to be swamped by patients who believe they found a vague and risky solution that could potentially jeopardize their health.

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

Many people only read headlines. They have nearly 900,000 Facebook followers that are getting fed this BS headline, they need to own up to this huge mistake and issue a correction.

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wild20 [S] 2 points ago

They are getting shredded on Facebook and still haven't issued a correction.

[fox2now Facebook post] (https://www.facebook.com/48244074227/posts/10158284149844228/)

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago *

The fox2now article was deleted, the man and his wife ate chloroquine phosphate, chemicals used in fish tank cleaning and were not prescribed hydroxychloroquine (the medication).

Here's the real story

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

I'm not sure why but it's a pretty common one around Minneapolis 😂

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wild20 [S] 1 point ago

The store is now gone from their home page, I'm guessing they got a ton of heat for it and buried it.

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wild20 [S] 5 points ago

"Roughly three dozen Minnesotans — mostly men from the state's large Somali community — have left Minnesota since 2007 to join al-Shabab in Somalia or militant groups in Syria, including the Islamic State group. Several others have been convicted on terrorism-related charges for plotting to join or provide support to those groups."

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wild20 [S] 3 points ago

The comments on the article have people linking this crime to a Trump supporter of course. I've never heard of any actual vandalism incident that only include tipping over a table and writing self-censored hate messages on a 5x5 section of wall with white board markers. Wouldn't this be a reverse hate crime on Christians if it turns out they did it themselves?