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Doc who thinks vaccinated people are magnetic is in big trouble with med board

It’s unclear if her defense will include putting keys and forks on people’s faces.



Enlarge / Clevland doctor Sherri Tenpenny gives false testimony on June 8, 2021, saying COVID-19 vaccines magnetize people. (credit: The Ohio Channel)

The State Medical Board of Ohio is threatening to limit, suspend, or even permanently revoke the medical license of Sherri Tenpenny, the infamous anti-vaccine doctor who made headlines last year for falsely testifying to state lawmakers that COVID-19 vaccinations make people magnetic—among espousing other nonsensical anti-vaccine-related conspiracy theories.

“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 said in her viral testimony. “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.”

She went on to suggest that there may be an “interface—yet to be defined” between the components of life-saving vaccines and “all of the 5G towers.” She added that the connection is “not proven yet” but that “we’re trying to figure [it] out.”

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