Saturday, November 26, 2022

Intentional Problems

Very Serious Shortages of Amoxicillin, Augmentin, Tamiflu, Albuterol and Tylenol Have Erupted All Over the United States

Editor’s Commentary: About half the time when I post articles by Michael Snyder, someone comments about how he’s a “fearmonger.” Here’s the problem with that notion. He rarely posts anything that’s sensationalized. He’s just pulling stories from other news outlets and commenting about what they all mean. If that’s fearmongering, then even the most mundane journalists are fearmongers.

Snyder is not a mundane journalist. He’s passionate about his faith and his nation. We proudly publish his articles here because they are the types of warnings Americans need right now. I don’t always agree with everything he posts but I respect his dedication to ringing the alarm bell. He’s not a fearmonger. He’s a truthteller. But as society continues to plummet toward the abyss, the truth can be scary.

It behooves as all to stock up on storable antibiotics because the information Snyder talks about in his article is real. The company we work with for antibiotics, Jase Medical, allows people to use telehealth with trustworthy doctors to have prescriptions for five different antibiotics fulfilled and sent to their homes. Our readers get $10 off with promo code “Rucker10”. With that said, here’s Michael’s article…

Hospitals are filling up all across America, and there are extremely alarming shortages of some of our most important medications. Health authorities are warning that RSV, the flu and COVID are combining to create a “tripledemic”, and there are simply not enough medications to go around. Personally, I am most concerned about RSV. It is spreading like wildfire from coast to coast, and we are being told that very young children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable. I wrote an entire article about the RSV outbreak earlier this month, and since that time things have gotten even worse. Our medical system is being absolutely flooded with sick kids, and this has caused very serious shortages of amoxicillin, augmentin, tamiflu and albuterol…

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