Viral Rolling Stone Story About Ivermectin Patients 'Overwhelming Hospitals' Was 'Made Up'Chris Menahan
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Rolling Stone magazine was forced to issue an "update" to a super-viral false article claiming Oklahoma hospitals were "overwhelmed" with patients "overdosing" on ivermectin.
Dr. Jason McElyea, the only source for the story, "is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah," "has not worked at our Sallisaw location in over 2 months" and "NHS Sequoyah has not treated any patients due to complications related to taking ivermectin," the hospital said in a statement over the weekend.
McElyea "is affiliated with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room."
Rolling Stone issued an "update" to the article with the hospital's statement debunking their story.
A similar incident happened last month where Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City had to issue a statement pushing back against the media's false narrative that their hospital had "hit capacity" due to child covid cases by pointing out that most of their child patients have respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), not covid, and they have "plenty of capacity" to see kids in outpatient settings.
The purpose of our ruling oligarchs' war on "misinformation" is to silence people telling the truth and exposing the media's lies and disinformation.
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