FDA Posts Tweet Warning about Dangers of Online Disinformation – Then Reality Comes Back Hard and Bites Them in the Horse’s Ass

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday decided it was a good day to remind Americans of the dangers of “misinformation.”

The FDA posted a video of how misinformation goes viral online.

The FDA claims misinformation spreads six times faster than facts.

They ought to know.

In August 2021 the FDA posted a tweet where they claimed award-winning Ivermectin was a drug for horses and cows.

They were afraid Americans would use the cheap drug as a prophylactic to ward off a serious COVID-19 infection.

Of course, Ivermectin is a drug FOR HUMANS and animals and has shown amazing success in treating COVID-19. Studies have shown up to an 85% improvement for patients who used Ivermectin early on.

The FDA later backtracked and later claimed not taking Ivermectin was merely a recommendation.

Outrageous! FDA Backtracks During Trial and Now Claims ‘Not Taking Ivermectin for COVID-19’ was Merely a Recommendation

It is also important to note that top FDA officials frequently go work for Big Pharma after leaving their government posts.

DJTAlways posted this today:

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