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Rolling Stone Magazine should stick with rock music. When they touch upon news, the magazine lacks journalistic standards.

In the latest incident, Rolling Stone attacked the covid-19 drug ivermectin by reporting on a hospital in Oklahoma where patients supposedly couldn’t get emergency treatment. The only problem: The magazine’s “source” was a doctor not on staff who hadn’t even treated anyone at the hospital for a couple of months.

So what Rolling Stone reported was closer to bullshit than fact.  Brings to mind the magazine’s big scandal over an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia in 2014. That story turned out to be totally fabricated and false, resulting in the magazine and the author of the article losing a massive defamation lawsuit. More from Jamie Dlux.




 

 

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