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I sure hope forks don't start stick to my head.   :hystery::hystery::hystery:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/anti-vax-doctor-an-adviser-to-mike-lindell-claims-covid-vaccine-will-magnetize-you/ar-AAKSNX2?ocid=Peregrine

Steadfast anti-vaccination doctor Sherri Tenpenny, a confidant and adviser to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, aired a number of unfounded and seemingly unhinged conspiracy theories regarding coronavirus vaccines on Tuesday before a hearing held by a health committee in the Ohio state legislature.

Tenpenny's claims, which rapidly went viral on Twitter, included the suggestion that COVID-19 vaccination can render individuals "magnetized." Tenpenny acknowledged that bizarre allegation was not supported by peer-reviewed research, but said instead that she had seen such claims "all over the internet." 

"I'm sure you've seen the pictures all over the internet of people who have had these shots, and now they're magnetized," Tenpenny said while voicing her support for Ohio's House Bill 248, "which includes a wish-list of items sought by vaccine opponents," according to The Columbus Dispatch. "They can put a key on their forehead. It sticks. They can put spoons and forks all over them, and they can stick because now we think that there's a metal piece to that," she added. 


Tenpenny didn't stop there, recycling another debunked conspiracy theory that particles in COVID vaccines can connect to 5G cellular towers. "There's been people who have long suspected that there's been some sort of an interface, yet to be defined interface, between what's being injected in these shots and all of the 5G towers," Tenpenny stated.

Later in the hearing came an episode the Dispatch article described as "show-and-tell":

Joanna Overholt, a registered nurse from Strongsville, defended Tenpenny's testimony and placed a key and a hairpin against her chest and neck.

"Explain to me why the key sticks to me. It sticks to my neck too. So, yeah, if somebody could explain this, that would be great," she said as the key failed to stick to her neck. 

Numerous Salon requests for comment to Tenpenny's office went unreturned. 

State Rep. Beth Liston, a Democrat who is also a doctor, pushed back against the claims made by Tenpenny, as the Dispatch reported. "We are hearing testimony on a bill that will lead to outbreaks of disease, and our invited 'vaccine experts' include a known conspiracy theorist talking about magnets and cell towers along with her followers," Liston said. "The only benefit of this testimony is that it exposes who exactly supports HB248: individuals with absurd, uninformed and dangerous beliefs."

Tenpenny, is a known vaccine opponent who frequently appears alongside MyPillow founder Mike Lindell on his failed Frank Speech website to expound on various conspiracy theories about the pandemic and COVID vaccines. 


Tenpenny's supposed medical claims have been widely debunked. Reuters Fact Check reported in May: "Vaccines for COVID-19 do not contain metals or microchips that make recipients magnetic at the site of injection, physics and medical experts have told Reuters."

The 5G wireless claim has also been deemed false by medical experts, both because there are no mysterious electronic "particles" in any vaccine and because "there's no evidence that wireless communications — whether 5G or earlier versions — harm the immune system," as the Associated Press noted in April of 2020, attributing that statement to Swedish scientist Myrtill Simko, who has researched the issue for decades.

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Wasn't he in a movie ? :89:

 

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I have a friend who keeps posting those sort of claims. For a joke I took a video of myself trying to stick coins to my arm and everyone stuck yet I'm not vaccinated, in return she posted a video of a woman in a hospital bed saying she was magnetized after the covid vaccine. The woman kept trying to stick things to herself and about every second attempt it failed. It was  quite funny to watch. I was then winding her up about the vehicles transporting the vaccines in the thousands kept sticking to vehicles as it drove along the road. She still never got the message that I was ripping the piss.    

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9 hours ago, Snowy79 said:

I have a friend who keeps posting those sort of claims. For a joke I took a video of myself trying to stick coins to my arm and everyone stuck yet I'm not vaccinated, in return she posted a video of a woman in a hospital bed saying she was magnetized after the covid vaccine. The woman kept trying to stick things to herself and about every second attempt it failed. It was  quite funny to watch. I was then winding her up about the vehicles transporting the vaccines in the thousands kept sticking to vehicles as it drove along the road. She still never got the message that I was ripping the piss.    

Filipinas can be extraordinarily gullible (trusting). In the early years of our marriage I would settle disputes by flipping a coin, saying "heads I win, tails you lose." Eventually I took pity on her and explained that the victim of this scam could never win.

You should try it on your Filipinas.

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On 6/11/2021 at 7:19 PM, Tommy T. said:

L is really getting a bit upset... Filipinas seem to be drawn to me when I walk though malls - as if by a magnet! It is a bit distressing for her and interesting by me... And I haven't even had a vaccine injection yet!!!

You're trolling Tommy.  Next time, zip up your pants, OK?  

 

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7 minutes ago, Jake said:

You're trolling Tommy.  Next time, zip up your pants, OK?  

 

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On 6/9/2021 at 8:56 PM, Snowy79 said:

I have a friend who keeps posting those sort of claims. For a joke I took a video of myself trying to stick coins to my arm and everyone stuck yet I'm not vaccinated, in return she posted a video of a woman in a hospital bed saying she was magnetized after the covid vaccine. The woman kept trying to stick things to herself and about every second attempt it failed. It was  quite funny to watch. I was then winding her up about the vehicles transporting the vaccines in the thousands kept sticking to vehicles as it drove along the road. She still never got the message that I was ripping the piss.    

Where did you get steel coins?

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23 minutes ago, robert k said:

Where did you get steel coins?

Many coins have steel in them. The peso is nickel plated steel and I remember a few years back the UK changing the 2p as it was initially made of bronze which cost more than the coins face value.  Now it's copper plated steel.

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