Tapper reacts to doctor's unhinged vaccine claim about magnets


CNN’s Jake Tapper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta quickly debunk a false vaccine claim made by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a physician licensed in Ohio, at an Ohio state …



  1. Did they forward this to the AMA? If she's truly practicing, this requires a review. Love the bimbo behind her nodding in agreement too. And the next clip, the look on the woman's face behind the other lunatic is priceless. The closed captioning should read "[WTF]"

  2. Until people start filing complaints with state medical licensing boards, these kooks will continue this nonsense.

    Same with lawyers and state bar complaints. Nobody has filed anything against these lunatics to prevent them from harming people with their nonstop bullshit.

  3. my son actually waited for his first dose until after i survived my 2nd. he should know better but fear really clouds the ability to think. invest in education and make sure folks arent too overworked to think

  4. I'm a Republican and just like the qanon bs, I dont personally know any republicans that believed this lol. Any that did believe this or q, god you need try to read a book or two lol

  5. reason: I had bad case of covid a year ago. I have High antibodies as of 2 weeks ago. I have an autoimmune disease. the vaccines are not right for me. why is the narrative my antibodies are not as good as vaccinated people? because big Pharma tells us so? vaccines are bigger business than cures. The federal government has granted companies like Pfizer and Moderna immunity from liability if something goes wrong with their vaccines.

  6. "You can't fix stupid." — Larry the Cable Guy

    She is not representative of osteopaths. Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine are real doctors. They train like like medical doctors and are as competent as medical doctors. This particular one is not typical of the profession. I have been treated by D.O.C.s and by M.D.s and find no difference in capability.

  7. Show the idiots so that the real complaints about the vaccine can be similarly dismissed? However, real mRNA vaccine dangers seem to exist: 1. cytotoxicity of the spike proteins, and 2. the spike proteins travel throughout the body (instead of staying at the injection site) which causes immune attacks to other parts of the body: brain, heart, etc.. Just because the vaccine is better than the disease doesn't mean the vaccine is without serious risk. Stop treating the general population like children you lie to and perhaps trust in the news would go up.


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