There is some disagreement about whether the drug ivermectin is effective in preventing, or in the early treatment of COVID-19. The argument in favor of the effectiveness of the drug for these purposes rests mainly (or so I understand) on some studies which have been done, along with a meta-analysis of many such studies studies. Some say the studies are flawed and some declare the studies which show the greatest effectiveness to be definitive. Others say that those studies are not valid.
On Dec 8, 2020, Dr Christiane Northrup said, "Sacha [Stone] reminded us of something important, which is that this COVID-19 vaccine agenda is to target chromosomes eight, one, and two, which will remove human empathy." Could this possibly be true? If so, what evidence is there to support this conclusion?