- Feb 5, 2014
- VT NEK
Neither. I am referring to the fact that the media often failed to acknowledge that people were taking the form of the medication that is intended for human consumption - albeit for an off-label use. You know as well as I do that they wanted to give the impression by omission that the drug was only for animals.Which part of the reporting are you angry with - that they reported there are zero double blind studies to show that Ivermectin treats COVID or that the horse paste Ivermectin was flying off the shelves in certain areas of the US?
Put another way, I saw many examples of the media, without knowing the actual source of Ivermectin, make a factual statement that someone was taking horse de-wormer. At best that is reckless reporting.
For example, Joe Rogan took Ivermectin that was produced for human consumption. And yet CNN reported that he took horse de-wormer. Rolling Stone ran with it as well.
'Crazy Times': Joe Rogan Got Covid and Ate a Cocktail of Meds Including a Horse Dewormer
Podcaster and comedian said he took ivermectin, which has not been proven to effectively treat the coronavirus