Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Horse Dewormer Poisonings Are Fake News

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Published on 7 Sep 2021, 16:00
Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn't believe that Americans are actually taking horse derworming medicine and having to be rushed to the emergency room. Recently, she said that stories about the poisonings were "fake news," and then refused to say whether or not she was taking the drug herself. People need to understand that there is a world of difference between human medications and animal medications, and THAT is why the poisonings are happening. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene wants Afghanistan to be the only issue that Americans are thinking about in spite of the fact that we still have a pandemic that is raging through the United States right now sending the number of hospitalizations and deaths to all time highs in certain areas of the country. But none of that even matters. In fact, it doesn't even matter that Americans are poisoning themselves with horse dewormer, according to Marjorie Taylor Greene. Over the weekend, she had this to say on Twitter. No amount of fake ivermectin stories, COVID variant cases or J6 committee lies and the fake news cycle will cover up what Joe Biden and his administration did in Afghanistan, 13 of our best dead. Americans left for dead. Biden armed a terrorist nation. You know, it is nice to see actually that Republican's finally starting to care about people getting killed in Afghanistan, because they've been completely silent about it for the last several years, even though we have actually had other years during the Trump administration where we had more American troops die in Afghanistan than we did this year.

In fact, in the attack that happened a couple of weeks ago, where 13 died, the 13 she's referencing in the tweet, we had years under Donald Trump where more American troops than that died. And, uh, as you know, they didn't say a word about any of that because it didn't matter because it wasn't politically expedient for them to try to exploit these deaths, to attack their enemy, which at this point is Joe Biden. But let's talk about what she said, the, the fake ivermectin stories. We have seen a 245% increase in the last month in the number of people taking ivermectin for animals and having to either go to the hospital or contact poison control after ingesting medicine that was designed specifically for animals that typically weigh about, you know, 1500 to 2000 pounds. And what I love about this is you have all these, you know, holier than thou super leftists who are trying to make it seem like, oh no, this is prescribed for people. Anybody telling you otherwise is lying to you. No, here's the thing, idiots and you're idiots, yes.

Um, there is a world of friggin difference between ivermectin, the ivermectin that, that won international awards for removing parasites from human beings and the pace that you buy at a feed store to feed your horse. World of difference between the two things. One designed for humans. One designed for livestock. That again, typically weighs about 10 times more than your average human being. So yeah, not exactly the same dosage there, which of course is why we're seeing people overdose on this stuff and have to be rushed to the hospital. It really saddens me to have to make that, you know, comparison, I guess, between the two. But there's too many people on both the right and the left who want to ignore the fact that it's not the same thing. Oh, sure, it's the same active ingredient, a hundred percent. But the ivermectin that a doctor would prescribe you because you have parasites inside of your body is not the same ivermectin that you can get without a prescription in the aisles of a farm and tractor store. Stop pretending it's the same thing.