Former Brady Bunch star, Susan Olsen, is clearly an anti-vaxxer and her latest Facebook post puts her firmly in that camp.
With over 1000 comments and counting, Olsen’s post has many more naysayers and slams than support. It’s a real is a head-scratcher.
On Sept. 10, the 60 year old former child star, who played the precocious Cindy Brady on the 70s TV series, posted,
“I’d rather eat horse paste than give in to tyranny.”
She is referring to the treatment that the FDA & CDC both discourage, –ivermectin, which can prove fatal to humans. The drug is used for intestinal infections in livestock and is making the rounds among anti-vaxxers as a COVID treatment. But after her “horse paste” post, she then questioned the use of the drug,
Confusing, huh? But her hatred for President Biden is VERY clear. She posted on the anniversary of 9/11,
And she’s most certainly not a Fauci fan…
One Facebook commenter summed up her thought process by asking Olsen,
“So, help me understand something...
You went and bought ivermectin paste, got back home, either set up a tripod or asked someone to take your picture, posed, saved the picture, opened Facebook, clicked ‘Update Status’ selected this photo, wrote the caption, then clicked ‘Post’. And the entire time, you thought to yourself
‘This behavior isn’t unhinged at all! It’s the people NOT eating ‘horse paste’ [your words] that are the crazy ones!’
Is that accurate?“
Sounds pretty accurate to me.
Olsen also posted a link to an article with a one word caption: “Science” about teen boys being more at risk for COVID, which was flagged by Facebook (and jeered at by commenters) for
“Missing context” that could “mislead people…”