New Trump-Virus Conspiracy Theory on Horizon

(H/T Scissorhead D-Cap)

Just read the whole article, there’s a lot there to grasp, all of it stupid. Deadly stupid.

‘Vigilante treatments’: Anti-vaccine groups push people to leave ICUs


What got me:

Many users in the Ivermectin groups push conspiracy theories about how Food and Drug Administration-recommended treatments frequently used by doctors and nurses in hospitals are secretly killing patients, and some have implied doctors and nurses are killing patients on purpose so they can receive government payouts.

The “groups” they are talking about are on Facebook, naturally.

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9 Responses to New Trump-Virus Conspiracy Theory on Horizon

  1. skinnydennis says:

    So there’s a bounty on antivaxers/ivermectioneers/ICU-bottleneckers? What a concept!

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  2. MinuteMan says:

    So there’s a bounty on antivaxers/ivermectioneers/ICU-bottleneckers?

    Yeah, it’s a dime a dozen. Who in the heck is providing all of the dimes?

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  3. They’re gargling iodine (most likely Povidone iodine which is toxic if ingested). They are putting Hydrogen peroxide in nebulizers and breathing it in.

    Waiting for the idiot who gets ahold of the 35% stuff and uses that instead of the 3% household strength and dissolves their lungs.

    These are the people Elizabeth Breunig wants us to be so patient and understanding of.

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  4. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    I dread the seemingly inevitable bombing/mass shooting of a hospital by one of these lunatics.

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  5. osirisopto says:

    There’ll be fewer stupid people showing up at the hospital when they get sick.

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    • pagan in repose says:

      And it will give the Doctors and Nurses a break by reducing the overflow of non-vaccinated patients.

      It will also help reduce the infection rate to the general gene pool.

      Don’t get me wrong, I think everybody should have the chance at good health by partaking in the age of modern medicine advancements. But, if they don’t want to because of ingesting bad advice from non-medically trained people, then it is best they get out of the way of people who do want the help of modern medicine.


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