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Dr. Tenpenny Briefs Nurses On The Great Deception

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Dr. Ten Penny Briefs Nurses On The Great Deception

Sherri Tenpenny is an American anti-vaccination activist who supports the disproved hypothesis that vaccines cause autism. An osteopathic physician, she is the author of four books opposing vaccination. A 2015 lecture tour of Australia was cancelled due to a public outcry over her views on vaccination, which go against the established scientific consensus. Wikipedia


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    • Anonymous

      if you do your research (yeah, I know, no one here does it) you will find that Sherri Tenpenny is basically a quack. She has Bachelor of Arts degree and some kind of phony quack “doctor” degree. She doesn’t know what science is. Her and three other fucktards are responsible for 65% of the disinformation about the vaccines. She’s a quack and perfect for the BINNERITES.

      • atsa4you

        I’m quite certain that you don’t manage an Emergency Room if you are a quack. A Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine is NOT a “quack”.

        Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO or D.O.) is a professional doctoral degree of osteopathic medicine offered by medical schools in the United States. A DO graduate may become licensed as an osteopathic physician, similar to a physician who has earned the Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree.[1] There is a distinction between osteopathic physicians trained within the United States and those trained outside of the United States. Osteopathic physicians, or DOs, currently have unlimited practice rights in roughly 74 countries, with partial practice rights in many more;[2][3][failed verification] DOs have full practice rights in all 50 US states. As of 2018, there were more than 145,000 osteopathic physicians and osteopathic medical students in the United States.[4]

        DO degrees are offered in the United States at 36 medical schools, at 57 locations compared to MD degrees offered at 171 schools.[5][6][7] As of 2015, more than 20% of all medical school enrollment were DO students.[8][9] The curricula at osteopathic medical schools are similar to those at MD-granting medical schools, which focus the first two years on the biomedical and clinical sciences, then two years on core clinical training in the clinical specialties.[10]

        Upon completing medical school, a DO graduate may enter an internship or residency training program, which may be followed by fellowship training.[10] DO graduates attend the same graduate medical education programs as their MD counterparts.[11]

        One notable difference between DO and MD training is that DOs in training spend 300–500 hours studying techniques for hands-on manipulation of the human musculoskeletal system.[1][12]

      • Rev. Coughlin

        Have you ever been to Dr. Tenpenny’s office? I have. She is most certainly a “real” doctor – an osteopathic physician (DO), to be precise. Her office looks like you would expect any other medical office to look – credentials, inspection certificates, etc. She, her partner (Dr. Janet Levatin, MD), her nurse practitioners, and other staff offer standard allopathic care as well as complimentary medicine approaches to illness. There is absolutely NOTHING about being a DO that is “quackery”. She is fully licensed to do everything an MD does. The difference in the two credentials – MD vs DO – is merely a matter of philosophy. An MD tends to look at the body and health in a reductionistic model, that the whole is not more important than its individual parts. An osteopathic physician has a more holistic point of view – that it is important to look at the whole patient rather than just whatever body part is bothering them. A DO can undertake ANY medical specialty. And I can guarantee that Dr. Tenpenny knows far more about this subject matter than you do.

      • Anonymous

        Are you being paid by Quack psychopathic Gates and Fauci to be a shill?

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    • allendaves

      #2 SECOND COMING Thou Fool! “I come quickly” so “Hold fast till i come”… NOT …“in another 2000 yrs I might be coming soon any time now, so hold fast”!?! …those that deny the second coming of Christ in the war of AD70 are practicing a damnable heresy in denying the lord that bought them ( 2Peter 2:1-2 ;2Tim 4:8/ you cant love an appearing you deny& the context is the 2nd coming not the first)… Mat 7:23..”I NEVER KNEW YOU” …..Mat 10:33. But whosoever shall deny me before men……..sound familiar?…. If I said I am coming to your house in this generation when these things happen but no one knows the day or hour what fool would think I might be coming in 2000 years latter!?!? ..2 Tim 4: 4. And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be TURNED UNTO FABLES. 2Thess 2: 11. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: 12. That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness. DOWNLOAD FREE THE ENTIRE 480PG BOOK AT SEVERAL LOCATIONS or Revelation The First Gospel of The Kingdom or OR or THE TRINITY HERESY

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    • watapilot

      I can see why Anonymous is anonymous. You are a troll. You or your masters are afraid of Tenpenny.

    • sillyhuman

      If you say “Shedding”, people know that you’re talking about Covid “vaccine” effects on non-vaccinated people.
      But if you say “Transmission”, you have to explain that it’s what the doctors were calling “shedding”.

      Without using the word “Shedding” you have to explain exactly how the mechanism works.

      Yes, Dr. Tenpenny is technically correct but “Shedding” is easier to understand without having to explain it in a purely medical sense.
      No laymen knows the difference, anyway.

      If we stopped using the word “vaccine”, you also have to get into describing the same thing that people have been calling “vaccines”.
      If you say “Population Reduction DNA Altering Injections, you’ll have to say “Formerly called Vaccines” to prevent having to give a 2 hour lecture on molecular biology which they won’t understand anyway.

      A Deadly Injection by any other name is just as deadly.

      So when you say “vaccines”, make sure you give the Finger Quote sign.

      • Albatross

        I’m good with the finger quote sign when I say “vaccine.” But from that point on, I call it the mRNA SHOT, or shot, so that the person I am talking to knows that it refers to the first quoted “vaccine” word that I opened my sentence with, and they also know that there is a reason I am no longer saying the word vaccine. For that one, you usually don’t have to offer an explanation.

        The transmission vs shedding, I will have to agree with you on. One is a noun, and one is a verb. If you say the people who take the shot are shedding (wanting to refer to the innoculated people as doing something), then transmission doesn’t fit. You could say “transmitting,” but that may not sound very medical to the person hearing what you are saying. The innoculated person may very well be transmitting as a wifi response, but that opens up a whole new can of worms. Or you could use both, as I do above, to open up the conversation.

    • ciwarrior1

      Romans 13 is a mistranslation. Do you think that God created communism. No he didn’t. Romans 13 does not say that all governments were created by God. It is actually stating that God created man to create governments. There are actually only two forms of government. One is a Republic, and the other is communism. Rabbi Wise stated in 1935, “Some call it Marxism (communism) but I call it Judaism. The Jews are of the Synagogue of Satan, they are not God Yahweh’s chosen people. God Yahweh’s chosen people Israel are the white Caucasian, Celtic, Anglo Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian, and kindred people in the world today.

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