Doctor claims during Ohio Statehouse testimony that vaccine causes magnetism and causes spoons to stick to person’s body



CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – A well-known anti-vaccine advocate made allegations during Tuesday’s Ohio House Health Committee hearing on Bill 248, saying the shooting leads to magnetism and causes metallic objects to stick to the body.

“I’m sure you’ve seen the photos all over the internet of people who had these shots and now they’re magnetized. They can put a wrench on their forehead. He adheres. They can put spoons and forks everywhere and they can stick, ”said Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, who practices in the Cleveland area, in defense of Bill 248.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

If passed, Bill 248 would ban mandatory vaccinations and status disclosures.

“The purpose of this legislation is to allow people to choose to do what they think is best for their own bodies and to protect individuals from the consequences or the difficulties of choosing one way or another.” , said Jennifer Gross, co-leader of the bill. godfather, previously noted in a press release.

Dr Tenpenny’s unfounded claim came a day after Ohio Department of Health chief medical officer Dr Bruce Vanderhoff, along with other state doctors, held a briefing to dispel rumors regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.

19 News has contacted Dr Vanderhoff for further comment on the testimony.

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