KFOR manufactured a false narrative that Ivermectin overdoses were backing up Oklahoma emergency rooms, such that other emergency patients such as gunshot victims could not gain access to care. This “news” was soon repeated by many other news outlets and other public figures. There are many full accountings of this journalistic malfeasance, with one example being from Reason magazine titled “The Media Fell for a Viral Hoax About Ivermectin Overdoses Straining Rural Hospitals".
Being a source of false narratives himself, Wallace unsurprisingly linked to The Guardian's version titled "Oklahoma hospitals deluged by ivermectin overdoses, doctor says" (published September 4th) of the story within the September 5th edition of Inside Automotive.
By the afternoon of September 5th, the false narrative was exposed and source Guardian article updated. Yet, Wallace repeated the Guardian link with the unaltered label “OK: Hospitals Deluged with Ivermectin Cases” within the September 6th edition of Inside Automotive.
Also within the September 6th edition, Wallace added a link to a Rolling Stones magazine version of the story that grudgingly offered a correction to their initial publication of the false narrative.
Despite knowing that the narrative was false, Ed Wallace continued to link to the fake story for a second day, undermining any claim of integrity for his Inside Automotive link curation.