Tapper reacts to doctor's unhinged vaccine claim about magnets 1

Tapper reacts to doctor’s unhinged vaccine claim about magnets


CNN's Jake Tapper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta quickly debunk a false vaccine claim made by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a physician licensed in Ohio, at an Ohio state House Health Committee hearing on House Bill 248.

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  1. The world has alot of crazies United States seems to have more than most. If we don’t deal with this as species we are bang in trouble.

    1. @Fletcher Christian It seems that the movie “Idiocracy” wasn’t that far off the truth.

    2. @Brian Johnston Why do you think that might be, or are you too stupid to work it out for yourself? Ask a doctor, I’m sure they’ll enlighten you.

  2. Just because you are a doctor, does not mean you are not crazy. “Dr. Mengele”

    1. @Les Harrington thats turned out well. Nothing like funding A Chinese lab that studys & enhances Bat Virus’s right before a Bat Virus is released onto the world to support that statement. SMH !

    2. Mengeles mom was crazy. She would go down were Mengeles father worked and scream like she owned the place and belittled her husband. Maybe a lot of people Mengele murdered he imagined that he was killing his mother.

  3. The funniest was when they were sticking key’s to their foreheads to prove their claim of magnetism, without realizing keys aren’t magnetic nor can they stick to magnets. LMAO These people are insane and it’s scary realizing they are allowed to waddle about in public.

    1. @Gayle McCarty
      Jeez, I was responding to the comment about keys being nonmagnetic. And I responded to the video about the vaccine several comments down.

    2. @B Perkie … So what your are saying is that all keys are sold by locksmiths. ¿How keys exactly has the average US citizen purchased or made keys from a locksmith? ¿Don’t get lost in the weeds?

    3. @HemiHead664 Saw and experiment with super magnets developed in a laboratory. They were able to float a frog using the man made super magnets. Evidently, everything is magnetic, it just depends on the strength of the magnet.

    4. @i minabrons … ¡Dale que las vacas vuelan! ¿Will bullet points do (rhetorical)?

      1. just because I was contradicted does not mean they were correct. They (yourself included) were contradicting me based off of their misunderstanding of what I have written.
      2. Correct, Einstein could not make sense of what I wrote simply put because he is dead.
      3. You are correct. It should have read “as you are affected.” I guess attack grammatical errors when you have nothing constructive.
      4. Actually Engrish is my second language, only because my parents decided to keep their roots.
      5. I know it has been suggested that Einstein was dyslexic. That is why I used him as an example of a person that has a firm grasp of mathematics even though he was considered a failure in his time.
      6. Yes that is a maybe but a generally accepted maybe by the psychological community (in retrospect). The only reason he was not diagnosed was because he was never analyzed or tested.
      7. Whilst you use big concepts like “scientific method” in rebuttal. I suspect you have nary an inkling of what that means.

      PS … Go to Wally world and everywhere else the sell replacement keys and bring a magnet. That is the most critical part of the scientific method is the actual testing of the hypothesis.

    1. @ARONIOUS2 we safe now from Trump let’s get vaxxed up and stay locked down. Keep those masks on too!!

    1. @Kim Welch we actually don’t know if she is vaccinated or not, regardless of her claims. She might be just claiming to be invaccinated to sell books and other stuff to the rubes

    2. @Dominique Direct what? That the vaccine works and is safe. Yeah, that’s reality, not outlandish

    3. ​@Belly Dancer Em This is one of those weird problems where you have to ask “does she really believe what she is saying?” The fact that she was trying to demonstrate her magnetism, unsuccessfully, in public makes me think she has really convinced herself of the lie. However, without a lie detector, it’s hard to say for sure if it is a con or delusion. Con-persons can often end up delusional anyway.

  4. Stop showing her if she’s got a book out. Even if most will buy it for a laugh, you’ll be funding a lunatic

    1. Nobody likes this woman… Not even people on the right. The big difference here is that people on the right can unanimously disassociate this woman unlike the left and their love for radical groups that cause property destruction in major cities

    2. @ape kaspank kind of like the right and their love for radical traitor groups that cause property destruction in our nation’s capital and try to overthrow democracy

    3. @Pat Fuller Healthcare providers, vaccine manufacturers, and the public can submit reports to VAERS,” the CDC says. “While very important in monitoring vaccine safety, VAERS reports alone cannot be used to determine if a vaccine caused or contributed to an adverse event or illness. The reports may contain information that is incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental, or unverifiable. Most reports to VAERS are voluntary, which means they are subject to biases. This creates specific limitations on how the data can be used scientifically. Data from VAERS reports should always be interpreted with these limitations in mind.”

    1. Me: “Zeus, did you get up on the counter again and eat my dinner?” Zeus: sideways glance and half-smile.

    1. There are still people who eat yellow snow, and go to Montana without their zircon encrusted tweezers.

    2. @reality I’m sure not ALL liberal Democrats are unitelligent. Just like not ALL Republicans are close-minded, pseudo-science teaching, fairy-tale-believing, Ethnically-bigoted, Anti-democracy, brain-washed sheep…..

    3. @Trevor Guthrie Birds of a feather. A corporation is a corporation, no matter what color it wears. Just like all the corporations who put a rainbow on their product during Pride Week, so you will buy their crap, while funneling money into the pockets of legislators who voted against the equality bill. Money talks. Everything else walks.

    1. You want a Dr. who gets 100% vaccine participation, so you can have auto immune disease, ADD, OCD, Autism, Cancer, and many other vax linked disease.

    2. @Evie CD no just a critical thinker and listener to all experts (not just one side), but thank you.

  5. Table salt has a metal in it: Sodium. We’d all be walking around like Lot’s wife if what this “doctor” claimed was true…

    1. The money that was made during this pandemic is astronomical. Trump’s years were the grift of the century.

    2. @teeminator30
      Yeah because the germ theory of disease is so controversial. We need to bring back quarantine asylums for crazy people. You can either get your shot, or stay in the asylum.

    1. @Juan Sanchez
      No he called it a hoax and then after the huge backlash he made a lame attempt to walk it back. And people are still claiming all the deaths are imaginary. Until it happens to their friends and family.

  6. If non ferrous metals such as keys, which are not magnetic, are sticking to parts of your body it is proof that you need a bath.

    1. @Goldlynx Recipes and Reviews I too have been wondering about that since these reports started to appear. Some of the videos look convincing.enough to warrant serious investigation, which is actually what Tenpenny is advocating. I suspect the phenomena are not solely from the vaxes. I am quite certain the lipid nanomaterials in the Pfizer, Moderna, J&J and AstraZenica contain nickel, a known magnetic element. Everybody should know that the hemoglobin in red blood cells contain iron, another well known magnetic element. Apparently cobalt (your guessed it-another magnetic element) is a constituent of some hemoglobins and myoglobins: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pubmed › 188820
      The most plausible hypothesis I can come up with so far, is that these “magnetic people” are filled with large quantities of subclinical blood clots that concentrate RBCs, nickel and/or cobalt near the surface of their bodies at sufficient levels to cause such peculiar phenomena. Tenpenny, of course, is correct in advocating proper investigation of these incidents. But in the current climate of censorship of informed dissent will probably squelch that.

    2. @Easternsun And those aren’t sticking to people either because the Vaccine doesn’t magnetize people…

  7. “Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.’” ― Isaac Asimov

    1. Yes, but the large majority of the population doesn’t have the knowledge to understand science. Some have some studies to comprehend how science work and you should trust scientists. But a big number don’t understand either. However their vote as the same value of yours. Actually it as more value… So if you don’t filter those people and give them the opportunity to bloat their “believes” you start getting a flock effect that automatically feeds it self. And then, there is all this money that supports the spreading of this kind of messages, with aims that might not be immediately visible….

  8. imagine these people finding out blood actually contains iron… they are gonna bleed themselves dry…

    1. ….not to mention that their bodies also contain cobalt (magnetic)-ever hear of vitamin B12? and at least some of the vaxes contain Nickel (magnetic).

  9. The Internet: makes smart people smarter and dumb people dumber. To some people I say: don’t go on the Internet. It’s not good for you.

  10. I noticed the facial expression of the people behind that woman, every one of them look mad or upset. Really a strange thing to see.

  11. “I’m sure you’ve seen these pictures all over the internet.” REPUBLICANS ARE A DANGEROUS JOKE

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