Blackish-Green And Tan Mucoid Plaque Lining The Colon

Richard Anderson described mucoid plaque as being "shiny", "blackish-green", and "light brown". Skeptics are claiming that gastroenterologists never see this stuff lining the colon. This is not true. They actually do see it all the time; they just ignore it. Here, I will show you:
There it is: exceptionally thick, shiny, blackish-green and tan mucoid plaque lining the colon. I got the image from here.

Remarkably, the only thing the gastroenterologist identified was that little bit of poop (within the white circle). Clearly this is amateur hour.

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