Grabien Media’s Tom Elliott had put together a great montage of media personalities calling ivermectin, the drug that podcaster Joe Rogan was taking to treat COVID-19, “horse dewormer.”
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 15, 2021
Knowing in advance that people will call them on it, VICE’s Motherboard reasserts that ivermectin doesn’t do anything other than give you diarrhea. Still, the irony is pretty thick that, with the leak of a Supreme Court decision draft on Roe v. Wade, Motherboard is giving out instructions on how to make your own abortion pills … with a readily available horse medicine.
Misoprostol is relatively easy to acquire from veterinary sources, since in addition to medically inducing abortions, it's also used to treat ulcers in horses. https://t.co/nglKSGjXA0
— Motherboard (@motherboard) May 3, 2022
Horse dewormer bad horse paste good…. Can’t even make this shit up anymore 😂
— Fredrick Allen (@FredH85) May 3, 2022
Can you believe these morons are taking HORSE MEDICINE?!!! https://t.co/x4QmOfayYK
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) May 3, 2022
I dont think twitter will ban them over medical misinformation
— Harrison Krank (@HarrisonKrank) May 3, 2022
Why is a tech site talking about this
— (@omyfi) May 3, 2022
Because it's an activist site masquerading as tech site. I didn't think that had to be explained in 2022
— Revi (@Reviresco_PCMR) May 3, 2022
It’s like Taylor Lorenz masquerading as a “tech reporter.”
The left right now… pic.twitter.com/16OCCxkigM
— Christian Mysliwiec (@CMysliwiec) May 3, 2022
So taking ivermectin for horses is bad but taking misoprostol for horses is good.
Wtf are you all smoking?
— Beth Baumann (@eb454) May 3, 2022
— kemper (@k3m93r) May 3, 2022
— Me (@Keefer1958) May 3, 2022
Wait…horse pills? I thought…never mind.
— dubs, DiL, LIGAF (@mrbigdubya) May 3, 2022
What? You cool with using horse meds now?
— Lexi (@penngirl72) May 3, 2022
I can't wait for @joerogan to hear about this one
— Courtney Kirchoff (@Courtneyscoffs) May 3, 2022
Just going to leave this here pic.twitter.com/t7IzQNtSSe
— Accuracy In Media (@AccuracyInMedia) May 3, 2022
now this is some premium journalism right here
— Random Encounter (@metal_slime7) May 3, 2022
Horse de-wormer and other veterinary products now safe for public consumption.
— U.S. Ministry of Truth (@USMiniTru) May 3, 2022
wow, that's crazy … hey, jamie, bring up the pic.twitter.com/gyLcjDmBsY
— brainsturbator (@brainsturbator) May 3, 2022
Ivermectin is a human drug you morons
— alex beelzebub (@AlexBeelzebub2) May 3, 2022
— Luke (@lateforapex) May 3, 2022
I have to report this for misinformation. I have no choice.
— 100 Proof 🥃 (@ChampionCapua) May 3, 2022
We’ve come full circle. Media telling people to take horse medications after ridiculing & censoring people for taking horse medications.
— Nico ⚡️☂️ (@_freeandclear) May 3, 2022
The jokes really are writing themselves now.
— Travis (@Texas_Travis) May 3, 2022
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, just head on over to your local veterinarian and explain that your horse is having some really bad ulcers.
Don Lemon and Dr. Sanjay Gupta double down after Joe Rogan stomped CNN’s BS ‘horse dewormer’ reporting https://t.co/RTZNBimtND
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 14, 2021