Liberal Media Caught Lying About Bombshell COVID Treatment

An Oklahoma hospital has said that a news report from the mainstream media outlets alleging that ivermectin overdoses were leading to emergency rooms being overloaded, resulting in some people with gunshot wounds going uncared for is false.

NHS Sequoyah was said by the Rolling Stone and other liberal news sources as having a backup in their ER due to ivermectin overdoses, based off the unproven narrative given by Dr. Jason McElyea. The hospital has set the record straight with a public comment.

“Although Doctor McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is linked to a medical staffing group that gives coverage for our ER. With this said, he has not worked at our Sallisaw location in more than 2 months,” the hospital said.

“NHS Sequoyah has not treated a single patient due to complications connected to ivermectin. This includes patients for ivermectin overdose. All people who have visited our ER have gotten medical attention as needed. Our hospital has not turned anyone away seeking care,” they said.

“We wish to reassure people that our staff is working to give good healthcare to all of our patients. We appreciate being allowed the opportunity to clarify this topic and as always, we value your support,” the hospital said.

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow used the false story to demonize the therapeutics that could effectively treat coronavirus.

As a result of this dishonest media coverage, the Rolling Stone has given an update saying that their whole report was incorrect.

We have reported before about the constant fearmongering about the drug ivermectin by the Big Pharma-run health establishment and liberal news media for a while now:

“YouTube has removed footage of Senate hearings done by Republican Senator Ron Johnson (WI) from his channel in which doctors gave their opposing views against the mandated globalist view on coronavirus.”

“Johnson announced the egregious censorship done by the Google video company via his twitter page…”

“YouTube is saying that the videos broke their terms of service, which go against open discussion on coronavirus that is not approved by Big Pharma or the controlled medical industry.”

Author: Scott Dowdy