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GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Ted King
Date: June 09, 2021 02:37PM
[www.dispatch.com]

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In a packed hearing room at the Ohio Statehouse, Republican lawmakers gave the microphone to a known conspiracy theorist who has spread misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a physician licensed in Ohio and author of "Saying No to Vaccines," shared her views, promoted her credentials and fielded questions for more than 45 minutes during a House Health Committee hearing on House Bill 248.

"I'm sure you've seen the pictures all over the internet of people who have had these shots and now they're magnetized," Tenpenny, of Middleburg Heights in Cuyahoga County, said. "You can put a key on their forehead, it sticks. You can put spoons and forks all over and they can stick because now we think there is a metal piece to that."

Later, there was some show-and-tell.

Joanna Overholt, a registered nurse from Strongsville, defended Tenpenny's testimony and placed a key and a hairpin against her chest and neck.

"Explain to me why the key sticks to me. It sticks to my neck too. So, yeah, if somebody could explain this, that would be great," she said as the key failed to stick to her neck.



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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Lux Interior
Date: June 09, 2021 02:42PM
There is no spoon!
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: p8712
Date: June 09, 2021 03:04PM
Magneto’s origin story.

The video was definitely worth a watch. That RN needs to lose her nursing license. The doctor, how about thrown in a volcano?
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Lemon Drop
Date: June 09, 2021 03:07PM
I wondered why my cell phone signal is so much better these days.

Thanks Pfizer!
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: GGD
Date: June 09, 2021 03:18PM
I want to see pictures of the exits from the vaccine centers where all of the vaccinated people start sticking to each other.

BTW: I thought keys were usually made of brass which is not magnetic.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: $tevie
Date: June 09, 2021 03:25PM
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"Explain to me why the key sticks to me. It sticks to my neck too. So, yeah, if somebody could explain this, that would be great," she said as the key failed to stick to her neck.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Acer
Date: June 09, 2021 04:05PM
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$tevie
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"Explain to me why the key sticks to me. It sticks to my neck too. So, yeah, if somebody could explain this, that would be great," she said as the key failed to stick to her neck.
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If brass keys are sticking, it's probably slime, not magnetism
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: rexs
Date: June 09, 2021 06:24PM
I have been able to stick spoons to my face since I was in the 4th grade. It must have been from the smallpox vaccines we were given. I was concerned that the Covid19 vaccine would diminish the magnetic effect however it only made it stronger. The most noticeable problem has been when standing near a metal door my head will get pulled to the door, I try to pull away and then my head is pulled into the door. This continued and now I have brain damage similar to Ms Tenpenny. I am hoping to move South of the Equator so the Earth's magnetic field will reverse the effect and live a life understanding the value of common sense.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: S. Pupp
Date: June 09, 2021 08:21PM
It must be really, really easy to get and keep a medical license in Ohio.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Acer
Date: June 09, 2021 08:25PM


"Got my 2nd dose today no side effects at all just some weight gain & sluggishness. Thanks Moderna!"

Shamelessly stolen from Reddit.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: DeusxMac
Date: June 09, 2021 08:29PM
"An osteopathic physician..."

Yeah, that's exactly who I want to get the best infectious disease information from.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: PeterB
Date: June 09, 2021 08:42PM
Does this have anything to do with my ability to bend spoons?

And if I get my cavities filled using a strange plastic-like substance that washed up on the beach in a box marked "U.S. Government Property", will I be able to tune in Russian radio stations with my mouth?

Curious minds want to know. grinning smiley




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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: btfc
Date: June 09, 2021 09:32PM
It’s going to make going through airport security a lot more interesting. smiling smiley
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: S. Pupp
Date: June 09, 2021 09:45PM
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DeusxMac
"An osteopathic physician..."

Yeah, that's exactly who I want to get the best infectious disease information from.

In training, an osteopath (DO) is the same as an allopath (MD) in this day and age - except that DO’s get additional training in osteopathic techniques. Osteopaths often do their residencies at allopathic hospitals.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: deckeda
Date: June 09, 2021 10:58PM
What a great video with the RN. I had a good laugh.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Ca Bob
Date: June 09, 2021 11:42PM
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PeterB
Does this have anything to do with my ability to bend spoons?

And if I get my cavities filled using a strange plastic-like substance that washed up on the beach in a box marked "U.S. Government Property", will I be able to tune in Russian radio stations with my mouth?

Curious minds want to know. grinning smiley

Yes and Yes

This Dr Tenpenny is a real doctor and also a real crank. She has been pounding the anti-vaccine line for years and has been written up repeatedly by David Gorski at the Respectful Insolence blog. You can find numerous articles that debunk her positions. But now, she seems to have really gone over the edge. Usually the anti-vax people roll out a series of claims that have been debunked many times, but sometimes at least have some grounding in some badly done study. For example, there was one paper about autism and vaccination long ago that had some questionable statistics based on a very small data set, but had one cohort who suggested some correlation between getting vaccines and having autism. At least that is how the anti-vax people tried to play up the study. Since then, there have been something in excess of ten million children studied and the result is a big fat zero correlation between vaccination and autism. But the weirdos continue to flog the study and one guy who claimed a coverup even though there wasn't.

When the Covid pandemic reached the US, the anti vaccine people realized that if we got a vaccine, everybody would want it, and so they went to town on making up nonsensical claims. The skeptics have had to invest hundreds of hours to debunk all that nonsense.

Anyway, Tenpenny comes from that crowd and to refer to them as disingenuous would be an understatement.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: JoeH
Date: June 10, 2021 02:05AM
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DeusxMac
"An osteopathic physician..."

Yeah, that's exactly who I want to get the best infectious disease information from.

Are you confusing a DO with a Homeopath?
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: DeusxMac
Date: June 10, 2021 07:59AM
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JoeH
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DeusxMac
"An osteopathic physician..."

Yeah, that's exactly who I want to get the best infectious disease information from.

Are you confusing a DO with a Homeopath?

No, but I would NOT seek out any doctor, DO or MD, not specifically trained and active in the study of infectious diseases, their spread, treatment and prevention for the most authoritative information on those issues; let alone set national, emergency health policy during a worldwide pandemic.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: PeterB
Date: June 10, 2021 08:21AM
The comment about a metal attached to the protein in the vaccine got my attention, so I was curious and looked it up. Unless she was thinking thimerosal (which these vaccines DON'T contain), I can't figure out what the heck she was talking about.

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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: pdq
Date: June 10, 2021 08:32AM
Just to be snooty: in her Wikipedia page she is said to have graduated from osteopath school in 1984. In 1986, she was apparently named director of the emergency department at a hospital in Findlay OH (pop ~40k).

So, she’s an emergency medicine specialist? Well, kinda yes and kinda no. There are no 2 year residencies in ER medicine. Unless she was named as director while she was still completing a residency (in another town- Findlay is prolly too small to host a residency program), she probably didn’t actually complete a residency.

Which is legal. Most state medical boards (including OH) ask for a minimum of a year of internship before licensure, and then you can practice medicine if you can find someplace that is desperate enough to hire you, or open your own office. But almost everyone completes a residency of one sort or another. Looks like she didn’t.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: Lemon Drop
Date: June 10, 2021 10:34AM
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pdq
Just to be snooty: in her Wikipedia page ’t.

Imagine reading that and deciding this is an appropriate person to testify about vaccines. Her fraud was exposed years ago, on an international stage. Shame on the dummy who gave her this platform.

She's a Pandemic Profiteer, and before that an Anti-vax Profiteer. Not a practicing physician. She makes money teaching people how to spread disinformation. Even got a PPP loan.
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Re: GOP-invited Ohio doctor Sherri Tenpenny tells Ohio lawmakers COVID-19 shots 'magnetize' people, create 5G 'interfaces'
Posted by: pdq
Date: June 12, 2021 04:39PM
A little follow-up:

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Woman fails to prove the COVID-19 vaccine made her magnetic during Ohio House hearing

… Joanna Overholt tried to place a key and bobby pin against her body in an effort to prove that both would stick to her skin, though the attempt ultimately failed.

Explain why the key sticks to me,” Overholt said during the hearing. In video of her testimony, the key sticks to her for approximately three seconds before she removes it.

“It sticks to my neck too,” she added, though she failed to get it to stay. She also attempted to make a Bobby pin stick, though that failed as well..

Honestly, back in the day, making a spoon “magically” stick to your nose was one of the rites of passage of childhood.



Explain this, you vaccine-pushers!
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