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Merck’s New Miracle Covid Drug Is A “Horse Pill”

The hypocrisy of our media and medical community has reached new heights. How many times have we seen the media scream, “Ivermectin is a horse pill!?” The fact of the matter is that Ivermectin was awarded a Nobel Prize for its effectiveness in humans for various parasitic conditions and has a long history of known antiviral properties. However, if you’re listening to mainstream analysis, you would think Ivermectin is strictly for veterinarian use and taken only by fringe lunatics to mitigate the severe side effects of covid. Merck, the creator of Ivermectin, has developed a new therapeutic drug called Molnupiravir for treating covid. Molnupiravir was initially created to treat horses for Venezuelan equine encephalitis. Yes, that’s right, it’s a “horse pill,” and the media is ignoring it. To be clear, there are many drugs that are used in both humans and animals, but the only one that draws scrutiny is Ivermectin, and wrongly so.


There’s a possible reason why the “horse pill” label is bad for Ivermectin but good for Molnupiravir. According to a report issued by drug pricing experts at the Harvard School of Public Health and King’s College Hospital in London, this new drug costs $17.74 to manufacture per treatment course, but Merck is charging the U.S. government $712 per treatment course for the same amount of medicine, or 40 times the price. The Biden administration pledged to purchase $1.2 billion when Molnupiravir receives FDA approval. A treatment course of Ivermectin is under $50…


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Article by Liam Salvatore. Read the rest HERE.

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  1. More importantly, it’s also mutagenic and scary as hell. It hasn’t been used in humans because it has this nasty tendency to also disrupt the DNA/RNA activity of healthy host cells. In other words, it’s chemotherapy — for a relatively mild flu. This is insanity.

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