If you don’t know who Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is, we will introduce her to you!
Firstly, do a little research and open her website. You will read the following!
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Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny is an osteopathic medical doctor, board certified in three medical specialties. Widely regarded as the most knowledgeable and outspoken physician on the adverse impact that vaccines can have on health, Dr. Tenpenny has been a guest on hundreds of radio and national television programs (including the Dr. Oz Show and the Today Show Australia). She has lectured at Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve Medical School, and has been a speaker at conventions, both nationally and internationally, as a recognized expert on a wide range topics within the field of Integrative Medicine including breast health, breast thermography, women’s hormones, medical uses of iodine and the adverse effects vaccines have on health.
Dr. Tenpenny is the author of several books, including best seller, ‘Saying No To Vaccines’.
She is contributing author for several other books including ‘Textbook of Food and Nutrients in Disease Management’. Her articles for magazines have been published in over 10 languages around the world.
From 1986 to 1998, she was a full time Emergency Medicine physician and the director of the Emergency Department in Findlay, Ohio. Dr. Tenpenny’s corporate experience includes serving as the Medical Director at Sanoviv Medical Center, a 40-bed hospital located in Rosarita, Mexico in 2008 and Chief Medical Consultant for Parker Hannifin, a Fortune 250 Company with 60,000 employees in 48 countries, from 2012 to 2014.
Currently, she attends to patients three days per week at Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center, located in Cleveland, Ohio, where patients from nearly all 50 states and 17 countries have gotten well using a combination of conventional and holistic therapies.
I really love her!
Secondly, I track her surveys for an extended period, and that is why I decided to believe her!
But, ABC News commented negatively regarding her slant!
Read their comment below:
Dr Tenpenny is widely known in the US for her outspoken views on vaccination, and regularly delivers lectures and attends seminars on the subject as well as other parts of integrative and alternative medicine.
Her website says it contains “a wealth of information that you won’t find at your paediatrician’s office”.
Dr Tenpenny has written two books:
Saying No To Vaccines is promoted as a “comprehensive guide” which explains why vaccines are “detrimental to yours and you child’s health” and discusses “vaccine injuries” such as autism, asthma, ADHD and auto-immune disorders.
FOWL! Bird Flu: It’s Not What You Think suggests avian influenza is linked to vaccinations and labels it “an act in an ongoing world government drama”.
The first book rejects arguments supporting vaccination, stating that causal links between vaccines and conditions such as autism have not been disproven, and recommends ways to legally avoid vaccinations.
The second book links smallpox, typhoid and diphtheria vaccinations to the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918, polio vaccinations to the Asian flu outbreak in 1954, and “pre-deployment” vaccinations to the Hong Kong flu in 1968.
Dr Tenpenny believes parents should not be “forced to make decisions based on fear”.
In a 2011 article titled The Ten Reasons To Say No To Vaccines, she warned that “each shot is a Russian roulette; you never know which chamber has the bullet that could kill you”.
She has been criticised by the Stop The Australian Anti-Vaccination Network for “endangering people’s health” and “targeting vulnerable parents”.
The Australian Government says it is considering a petition written to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to deny Dr Tenpenny a visa.
Nevertheless, I did my own research, so I trust you, Dr. Tenpenny!
Thank you because you are still fighting to find facts and explain why they shouldn’t receive the vaccine.
Thirdly, below you can see her video, where she will give you a brief explanation about the vaccination against COVID-19 and what it does to our organism.
If this isn’t firm proof that you have to refuse the vaccine, hear the next video!
Of course, Politifact immediately stated that Tenpenny’s statement is 100% wrong. They said that we, the people, mustn’t listen to her, and everything she speaks is nonsense.
President Joe Biden says the U.S. will have enough coronavirus vaccines for all adults by the end of May. On social media, anti-vaccine advocates falsely say that effort could lead to autoimmune diseases and death.
A Feb. 9 video features former Nevada City, Calif., Mayor Reinette Senum and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, an osteopathic physician. Over the course of an hour, the two women characterize the coronavirus vaccine as “deadly” and a “bioweapon.” The video was published on Bitchute, a video platform similar to YouTube, but one that researchers say hosts large amounts of hate speech and disinformation.
A PolitiFact reader asked us to fact-check the video. One claim in particular stuck out:
“Some people are going to die from the vaccine directly,” Tenpenny said in the video, which has nearly 1 million views. “But a large number of people are going to start getting horribly sick and get all kinds of autoimmune diseases, 42 days to maybe a year out.”
The video was also flagged as part of Facebook’s efforts to combat false news and misinformation on its News Feed. (Read more about our partnership with Facebook.) It has been shared thousands of times on the platform — despite Facebook’s ban on anti-vaccine content.
Tenpenny is wrong. There is no evidence to suggest that the COVID-19 vaccines used in the U.S. cause autoimmune diseases or death.
Tenpenny is a licensed osteopath based in suburban Cleveland and the author of “Saying No To Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages.” She runs an alternative health clinic and has previously said vaccines cause autism, a claim public health officials have debunked. Her Facebook page was removed in December for spreading misinformation, but her Instagram account still has more than 126,000 followers.
During her interview with Senum — who stepped down from the Nevada City council in July after saying she would not enforce a statewide mask mandate — Tenpenny cited an article she published Dec. 28 on Vaxxter, an anti-vaccine website.
Well, Politifact, thanks a lot for your investigation. We couldn’t do it on our own.
Finally, We don’t have brains to think and eyes to read! However, you have proven wrong many times, so why shall we trust you this time?