We recently reported that the Queen of England may be using Ivermectin as a treatment…
These reports were not due to our own sleuthing; rather, these reports came directly from the mainstream media itself, but now we are hearing them adamantly deny what they initially reported.
Fact checkers at Reuters and other pro-Pfizer MSM outlets were quick to come in and attempt damage control for their original reports citing an ‘editing error’ as the culprit behind the mistake.
I don’t buy this for a second. An editing error is when a producer or engineer uses duplicate b-roll footage, forgets to balance the sound, has redundancies in the way the recording is stitched together etc…
No media professional worth their salt would stitch in completely unrelated footage into a finished product by accident, and even if they did the idea that such a glaring error would make its way to the final cut is still unimaginable.
What does everyone think? Are they telling the truth here, or trying to cover it up?
Here’s what was initially reported:
Stromectol = Ivermectin – for Queen only https://t.co/S0uXRnrsR5
— Juhani Valisalo (@JuhaniValisalo) February 21, 2022
So the Queen gets ivermectin but YOU CANT. pic.twitter.com/mJ3kFiuRMg
— mamahorbs (@mamahorbs) February 21, 2022
The Associated Press took it upon themselves to ‘fact check’ the purported ‘error’:
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False An Australian news outlet included footage of ivermectin in a segment reporting on the queen’s infection, but later said it was a “human error” and that it did not intend to “suggest the Queen is using Ivermectin.”
THE FACTS: A TV news report on the queen’s recent COVID-19 diagnosis fueled an unfounded claim online that the 95-year-old monarch is taking the antiparasitic drug as a treatment.
There is no evidence Queen Elizabeth is using ivermectin for her COVID-19 treatment. Social media claims stem from an Australian news segment that included footage showing a package of ivermectin due to an “editing error,” the Nine Network told Reuters https://t.co/ZMRLse5SMV pic.twitter.com/vMQR75y4zP
— Reuters Fact Check (@ReutersFacts) February 22, 2022
This is enraging.
You: Stay home until you can’t breathe. Lets make Ivermectin and Monoclonal Antibodies impossible to obtain.
Queen: Some IVM and Monoclonal antibodies ASAP
— Bitcoin Martinez ⚡ (@eumartinez20) February 21, 2022
The Guardian, a left-leaning publication likewise stated:
The Nine Network has apologised after mistakenly suggesting the Queen was using the drug ivermectin after contracting Covid.
The error had already been boosted by anti-vax and anti-lockdown groups that support the use of ivermectin to treat Covid despite it being labelled “ineffective” by Australia’s chief medical officer.