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Anti-vax doctor mocked for claiming that shots will ‘magnetize’ people

By Josh K. Elliott Global News
Posted June 9, 2021 3:36 pm EST


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Are you sick and tired of peeling forks off your head and car keys off your fingers?

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Are you suddenly a master of magnetism, capable of bending metal with your mind like the Marvel villain Magneto?

Then you might be one of the imaginary “victims” of the coronavirus vaccine, according to an anti-vax doctor and known conspiracy theorist who testified in the Ohio House on Tuesday.

Doctor Sheri Tenpenny is facing widespread ridicule on social media after her testimony in the state legislature, where she pushed a wide range of baseless COVID-19 conspiracy theories while testifying as a so-called “expert” witness on vaccines.

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Her most obvious falsehood was the claim that COVID-19 vaccines will make you magnetic — a claim that has not manifested in reality, despite some 2.2 billion doses being administered to date.

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“I’m sure you’ve seen the pictures all over the internet of people who had had these shots and now they’re magnetized,” Tenpenny said at the hearing. “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.”

There are no metallic ingredients in any of the vaccines used in North America, according to all medical evidence. Claims of people being magnetized have also been debunked, as natural oils are also capable of making small objects stick to the skin.


The U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) specifically addressed the metal and magnetism conspiracy theory in a myth-busting article last week.

“Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine will not make you magnetic,” the CDC writes on its website. “COVID-19 vaccines do not contain ingredients that can produce an electromagnetic field at the site of your injection.” It added that the typical dose is not large enough to contain a magnet, and that a magnet that fits in a needle would not be powerful enough to attract anything.

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Nevertheless, GOP lawmakers appeared to welcome the testimony from Tenpenny, author of Saying No to Vaccines and a noted source of misinformation throughout the pandemic.

READ MORE: Viral ‘Plandemic’ clip pushes wild claims about coronavirus, masks and vaccines

The Cleveland-based osteopath was at the hearing to back up a Republican bill that would ban businesses from requiring proof of vaccination, although her arguments for the bill were not rooted in any verifiable facts. In addition to the magnetism theory, she also tried to link vaccines to 5G — a new cellphone technology that has served as the baseless catalyst for many conspiracy theories in recent years.

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I am truly doing the best I can to take you seriously...but my sense of humor keeps taking over. You give me too much material to make you the butt of my jokes.

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Vegas » 10 Jun 2021, 2:09 am » wrote: I am truly doing the best I can to take you seriously...but my sense of humor keeps taking over. You give me too much material to make you the butt of my jokes.

:rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:  you banned me from your little hate Feist thread cause you are afraid of the truth. 

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Crazytrain » 10 Jun 2021, 2:10 am » wrote: Image   Image   Image  you banned me from your little hate Feist thread cause you are afraid of the truth.

I didn't ban you. I only sent your irrational comments, based on childish temper tantrums, to the PG. I replied to your intelligent posts. I wont take your adolescent posts seriously. Nobody should.

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Yeah I'm trying to find the video with the women try to stick a piece of metal to her neck and it keep falling off as she is claiming that she is magnetized. It's funny as all hell.

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Oh and don't forget that 5 G is out to get you.

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Funny isn't it.


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Twitter Can't Maintain Their Silence After Watching This Ohio Nurse Try To Show That She Is Magnetic From The COVID Vaccine
The demonstration speaks for itself.

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TikTokers have been recently sharing videos claiming that the COVID-19 shot has made them magnetic:

As with many things on TikTok, the magnetic vaccine theory is completely made up. According to the CDC, COVID-19 vaccines do not contain ingredients that can produce an electromagnetic field at the site of your injection.
In addition, the typical dose for a COVID-19 vaccine is less than a milliliter, which isn't even strong enough to attract metal — even if the shots did contain magnetic metal. The list of ingredients for what is in them can be found here.

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Needless to say, all the concrete facts didn't stop one Ohio nurse from insisting that the shot made her magnetic. On Tuesday, Joanna Overholt testified about the ~magnetic dangers~ of the COVID vaccine before the Ohio House health committee:

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In Overholt's failed demonstration, both a key and a bobby pin fell off of her neck. If you noticed that the key did briefly stick to her chest, there is a logical explanation. Our bodies produce sebum, which is sticky enough to make small, non-magnetic items stick to our skin.


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What was interesting, though, was Overholt's choice to use a key as an example, because most keys are not magnetic.

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Iron in your cellular body makes one magnetized. even if it as a personality pretending to be more than naturally exists timed apart here. All the miserable people will follow such narratives.
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The vaccinated become like the X-men Magneto character and the unvaccinated do not. Sounds like the unvaccinated are really ****.

FOS is gonna be pissed off. Magneto survived being sent to a Nazi death camp. He's Jewish.

Yes, the vaccine will also turn you Jewish. It's in the Torah. And Fiddler on the Roof.
 

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Crazytrain » 10 Jun 2021, 4:51 am » wrote: Oh and don't forget that 5 G is out to get you.
Anyone who has worked in telecommunications or the Navy will tell you high powered transmission waves can cook you. No one knows the long term effects of introducing foreign mrna into someone's system. Hopefully benign but it has caused rare but lethal acute auto immune responses. The same people that laugh about genuine safety concerns surrounding 5g and mrna technology believe the world is imperiled by cow farts and plant food.
 

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Neo is here he is likely LYING but we can be SURE he is NOT ADDRESSING the issue and I dont have to read his PATHETIC TROLL post to know he is NOT telling us why YES vaccines ARE magnetizing people

Neo is a TROLL

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CNN just showed that NutCase....she couldn't get it to stick anywhere

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and she's a Doctor...

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Benson13 » 11 Jun 2021, 6:42 am » wrote: and she's a Doctor...

and that brass key sure is magnetic. 😂😂😂

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Crazytrain » 11 Jun 2021, 11:52 am » wrote: and that brass key sure is magnetic. 😂😂😂
kind of like your social mind is a genetic brain.

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I didn't read the OP because the title is signal enough.

What kind of **** stupid do you have to be to buy this ****?

I'd buy the Genetics Experiment w/Time Delay **** theory first.

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