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quesadalejandro 6 points ago +6 / -0

Normie: - "That is anecdotal and therefore not an argument. Call me when there's a published paper on a respectable journal associating the vaccines with demyelination, you stupid science-denier"

Me, grabbing my phone: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8417681/

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quesadalejandro 2 points ago +2 / -0

3000 dead politicians would instead become an international holiday.

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quesadalejandro 2 points ago +2 / -0

You could always develop a site with all the evidence for the usage of Ivermectin as a profilactic and treatment against covid. If you are going down, at least make them fire you for showing them the REAL science. A little linkdump with some studies l could find: pastebin.com/raw/Pz28bp6L

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quesadalejandro 7 points ago +7 / -0

Here's a few more links for your collection (l post these on the comments of any 'covid-related' videos suggested by YouTube that l come across)

When they throw the "It's a horse dewormer! How can you be this stupid?!" argument, l give them the "lt's been used on humans 470 million times between 1988 and 2005" link

When they throw the "Okay... but at that time it was used as an antiparasitic medication and covid is a virus. lf you knew anything about science you'd know that viruses are not the same thing as parasites" to which l throw them the 20 Mechanisms of action that explain why Ivermectin works against COVID

When they throw the "Okay, fine... but it hasn't been proven to work as a treatment against covid in humans beings, it only works in-vitro and a gunshot can also work as a treatment in-vitro" l throw upon their lap a little linkdump (which l should really update) with 37 peer-reviewed case-control studies that prove Ivermectin's efficacy as a treatment and profilaxis against COVID and one meta-analysis that proves the same

When they throw the "Fine, whatever... but you should still take the vaccine because the scientists from PFizer would know better than you" l throw upon them some knowledge on the Thalidomide fiasco and some knowledge on the -coxibs fiasco.

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quesadalejandro 3 points ago +3 / -0

This comment is the difference between us and them. They take the koi pond fake news and censor anyone of their own team who tells them that Trump never overfed those fishes. We, on the other hand, are the first to call out fake news amongst ourselves.

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quesadalejandro -4 points ago +1 / -5

...plus there is zero evidence of Quinine's effectiveness against COVID. They may be interchangeable with malaria, but not with covid.

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quesadalejandro 1 point ago +1 / -0

These people are reinventing celibacy and thinking they're so smart... like when they once wanted to invent a contract to prevent dudes from abandoning them after getting knocked up, when that already exists as 'marriage'

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quesadalejandro 1 point ago +1 / -0

Doctor: - "Six people are on the ICU right now!!1!1!one!!!"

Me: - "Can any of them fit in a rowing boat?"

Doctor: - "...What are you asking?"

Me: - "Would an average-sized American-made rowing boat be able to support any of these people on their lonesome without capsizing?"

Doctor: - "...no"

XD

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quesadalejandro 2 points ago +2 / -0

That finger-length ratio is impressive. No wonder he was a marine.

Never trust a dude whose index is longer than his ring finger.

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quesadalejandro 6 points ago +6 / -0

Last tweet shows she's better... ln no time she'll be back to blame unvaccinated people for spreading the virus to vaccinated people, and to disregard obesity and diabetes as mayor contributors to mortality when age is not a variable.

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quesadalejandro 2 points ago +2 / -0

l know what parasite THAT is (don't read that article if you're eating or about to eat)

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quesadalejandro 1 point ago +1 / -0

l used to be extremely anti-weed, but after the psychological war waged against HCQ and IVM l have been made to realized that they must have done the very same thing with pot... l'd still never do it myself because it's not the way that l am, but l've stopped judging people who choose to do it, and l'm also begining to believe the medical benefits of it.

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quesadalejandro 1 point ago +1 / -0

News caster: - "They must be about two hundred" Dude with a phone inside a tall building: - "l'm about to destroy this man's whole career"

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