Joe Tippens claims that his small-cell lung cancer was cured by an inexpensive drug, fenbendazol, that is used to kill worms and parasites in dogs. He says that his cancer had metastasized to his neck, bladder, pancreas and bones, and he had a life expectancy of less than three months when he began using the medicine, and three months later his cancer was gone. He says that his insurance company spent $1.2 million to save his life, which included an experimental drug, but he attributes his recovery to the inexpensive dog de-worming agent. He also takes CBD oil and a vitamin E supplement.
Stephen Prescott, the president of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, said that scientists in many credible places have researched this drug for years. However, this information has not been widely shared with the public until Tippens started blogging about his recovery. Prescott plans to organize a case study with Tippens.
Joe Tippens said that he also takes CBD oil and vitamin E oil.
Shellenberger admits he was afraid of losing friends and funding for setting the record straight against climate disinformation. But last year, things spiraled out of control when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the world was going to end in 12 years if climate change was not addressed.
Former New York Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik says BLM is a revolutionary group set on overturning the US government. He said Susan Rosenberg was convicted in 1985 of possessing hundreds of pounds of explosives.
Dr. Joseph Fair, virologist and NBC News science contributor, was brought on air many times during his alleged bout with COVID-19, but now it is revealed that he tested negative for antibodies and that his illness “remains an undiagnosed mystery.” NBC has yet to correct the story on its website.
On Saturday, a man drove into the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ocala, Florida, before lighting it on fire; the parishioners inside were able to escape without injury. Steven Anthony Shields has been arrested, and he told investigators he has schizophrenia and isn’t taking his medication.
Judicial Watch was denied the same opportunity as BLM to paint a street mural with their message ‘Because No One Is Above the Law’. Judicial Watch says that Mayor Muriel Bowser is violating the First Amendment because the street is now a public forum, according to the Mayor’s actions, and his group was denied access.
Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton, whose campaign was funded by George Soros, charged protesters with a hate crime and is seeking to put them in prison for a year for painting over a city-approved mural on the street that reads ‘Black Lives Matter’.
In political practice, the thesis is deliberately so extreme that most people will be repelled and frightened by it. The conflict that ensues is unpleasant and frightening in itself, leading to a compromise, which is the half-way point to the original extreme demand.
People will accept any insult to their liberties in order to survive, which is the reason why one crisis after another is scientifically engineered. Confusion and fear is the secret weapon of tyrants. This will continue until a significant segment of the population (perhaps 15%) understands the scam and pushes back.
West railed against a COVID-19 vaccine saying he believes it is the mark of the beast, a symbol of opposition to God noted in the Book of Revelation. He condemned Planned Parenthood and believes it is the tool of white supremacists to do the “Devil’s work.”
No one has done a proper study for a novel, never-seen-before virus, and it will never be attempted because it would destroy the theory that one virus is causing a pandemic. A few people at the top know the truth, but the cult operates on blind faith.
The decision could call into question thousands of state prosecutions for serious crimes. Under federal law, major crimes committed by individuals on Native American land must be tried by the federal government. Hundreds of state prosecutions could become undone, even for heinous crimes.
Oregon politician Jonathan Lopez admitted to police that he sent an “anonymous” hate-filled racist letter to himself in a bid to advance his political career. He lost the primary race and placed fourth when he was a candidate for county commissioner in May 2020.
It is already a crime to file a false police report and this bill could have a chilling effect on calling the police in a real emergency – especially if the crime or threat of crime is committed by someone of a protected minority.
Trump’s broad rollback of Obamacare rules that required employers to provide free birth control to women. But employers are no longer forced to participate in providing cost-free contraceptives to employees. Congressman Jerry Nadler said the regulations upheld by the Court can be reversed by a new President.
Samantha Shader is accused of hurling a Molotov cocktail at an NYPD van full of police during a George Floyd protest, and she claimed a trio of “black” strangers made her do it. Prosecutors say the bottle failed to ignite because she used toilet paper instead of a rag as the fuse. The facts do not support her story.
The State’s Medical Practice Board accused Dr. Jensen of ‘providing reckless advice’ on a news program by comparing COVID-19 to the ordinary flu. [Dr. Jensen is correct, of course, and If this goes to court, there is a good chance he will prove his case. Our guess, therefore, is that it will never go to court.]
The new classification of ‘probable cases’ includes 15 possible ways to be counted as a COVID-19 patient without ever taking a lab test. Anyone who had contact with a COVID-19 patient and has two symptoms can be considered a probable COVID-19 case and could be quarantined for 14 days.
Forest City Police Department officials said that Shaquille Marshon Francis allegedly murdered the girl just three hours after he had been released from jail. Earlier in the day, he was arrested and booked for allegedly pointing a gun at someone, and he was released hours later, enabling him to kill the little girl.
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Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer affecting women, and claims 41,000 lives each year in the US. A new study claims that women who maintained higher blood levels of vitamin D slashed their risk of developing the disease by 20%. Researchers also found that taking a vitamin D supplement at least four times a week could cut cancer risk by 11%.
A Canadian law firm, representing 60 plaintiffs who allege that RoundUp weed killer caused their illnesses that include cancer, has filed a $500 million class-action lawsuit against pharmaceutical company Bayer, the owner of Roundup manufacturer, Monsanto.
Candace Gundersen, who’s a holistic wellness coach, is fighting to have her 13-year old son removed from chemotherapy treatment for acute leukemia after he was given a clean bill of health by doctors. Gunderson was told when her son was diagnosed that if she refused chemotherapy treatment for him, Child Protective Services (CPS) would have her removed and her son would receive treatment anyway, so she signed the consent forms. The boy had a serious adverse reaction and she refused further outpatient treatments, as she planned to pursue alternative care for him, prompting a doctor to call CPS. The boy was seized and will be forced to get treatments for three years, the standard for care, even though the cancer was declared gone.