“We’ve actually developed a long list of things that we’re going to try, like side-by-side masturbation.”
GOP Lawmaker Who Proposed Bigfoot Hunting Season Now Wants to Know If Vaccines Track You. (They Don’t.)
Oklahoma Republican Rep. Justin Humphrey has introduced a bill to make drugmakers disclose if their vaccines contain “human parts,” “tracking devices,” or “DNA-altering properties.”
The state of Oklahoma has wound up with 100,000 doses of the drug former President Trump falsely touted as a cure for COVID-19.
A quick guide to all the words we learned this year that capture the 2020 mood.
"Demonic spirits cause health problems, period," Dr. Stella Immanuel told VICE News. "Sex with demons is a very biblical concept."
This came on the same day Trump “just finished” dosing himself with the controversial drug for two weeks.
Trump's Favorite Coronavirus Drug Is Linked to a Higher Risk of Death and Heart Problems, Study Shows
There was a 34% increased risk of death among patients given hydroxychloroquine alone, and a 45% greater risk for those who received it in combination with an antibiotic.
His stunning announcement suggests an unprecedented willingness to conduct a pharmaceutical experiment on himself.
And leaked emails show the administration had big plans for the unproven drug, pressuring its top health officials to push for its use.
“I said, 'We’d appreciate your allowing our supply to come out.' If he doesn’t allow it to come out, that would be OK, but of course, there may be retaliation."
India Is Easing Its Supply of the Controversial Anti-Malarial Drug To Other Countries During the Pandemic
Trump, who has been recklessly promoting hydroxychloroquine to fight coronavirus, had threatened India with “retaliation” if it continued the ban.