Robert W. Malone, MD, the inventor of mRNA Vaccines, slammed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for discouraging the use of ivermectin as a potential treatment or prophylaxis for the coronavirus.
A viral Tweet from the FDA condescendingly portrayed Ivermectin only as a drug for animals, and therefore unacceptable for human consumption. “You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it,” read the Tweet, which linked to a completely unsourced article posted at the FDA’s website.
Dr. Malone took issue with the “childish” messaging from the FDA, stating in part that the message contradicts a current government-sponsored outpatient ivermectin clinical trial. Later, he tweeted an image of the ivermectin used for horses versus the ivermectin used for people.
“Ivermectin – one form is for horses, the other for humans. Simple stuff. Making it easy to understand. Is that sufficiently clear?,” he said.
“The FDA has not reviewed data to support use of ivermectin in COVID-19 patients to treat or to prevent COVID-19; however, some initial research is underway,” the article at the FDA website article concedes.
The move by the FDA is only the latest to discourage promising coronavirus treatments. As Dr. Joseph Mercola has stated:
“While the list of crimes committed by authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic is a long one, perhaps the biggest crime of all is the purposeful suppression of safe and effective treatments.”
TheBlaze Senior Editor Daniel Horowitz also took issue to the FDA’s obnoxious statement. “For the assholes at the FDA claiming ivermectin, which could save millions, is only for horses, here is the readout from the Nobel Prize Assembly on ivermectin,” he said.
Horowitz also linked to an article which goes into detail about how ivermectin has been beneficial for humans, not horses. “Sadly, anything that might possibly work against the virus is opposed by those in power,” Horowitz states in part.
Please see a newly-surfaced video clip of the chairman of the Tokyo Medical Association Haruo Ozaki praising ivermectin during a press conference Feb. 9, 2021: