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RFK Jr. Reveals Why Ivermectin Had to Be Destroyed

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Ivermectin is often recognized – 2nd to penicillin – for having the greatest impact on human health. And its discovery won the Nobel Prize in 2015.

But its existence threatened a $200 billion vaccine enterprise.

“The Federal Emergency Use Authorization Statute says that you cannot issue an emergency use authorization to a vaccine if there is an existing medication that has been approved for any purpose that is demonstrated effective against the target illness,” explained Kennedy.

“So they had to destroy ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine and discredit it. And they had to tell everybody it’s not effective. Because if they had acknowledged that it’s effective in anybody, the whole $200 billion vaccine enterprise would have collapsed.”

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Here’s the video transcript for those who want to read more:

ROGAN: I saw the CNN thing where they made my face yellow and said I was taking horse medication, which is that the most — to say that and repeat that over and over again is such a clear indication that they conspired — it's uniform. It's horse dewormer — uniform. A medication that's used far more often on human beings. It's been prescribed to —

KENNEDY: Billions.

ROGAN: Yeah. It's insane. And the fact that —

KENNEDY: And won the Nobel Prize for efficacy in humans.

ROGAN: Yeah, in humans. It was wild. It was just wild.

KENNEDY: They had to do it. They had to discredit Ivermectin because there's a federal law. The Federal Emergency Use Authorization Statute says that you cannot issue an emergency use authorization to a vaccine if there is an existing medication that has been approved for any purpose that is demonstrated effective against the target illness. So they had to destroy ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine and discredit — and they had to tell everybody it's not effective. Because if they had acknowledged that it's effective in anybody, the whole $200 billion vaccine enterprise would have collapsed.

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The full interview with Joe Rogan and Robert Kennnedy Jr. is available on Spotify:

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