My side of references that you can use are ...
Wow, the dark side is strong in this one! That's quite a rogue's gallery of people in the alternative “facts”, conspiracists, anti-everything, and deniers business. I have previously commented on some of these on the alternative media landscape. For the sake of (my) time, I will pick some of the low-hanging fruit to get a flavor for these references. I would caution the casual reader to use Google to search the Internet for a more balanced look at the subject and these individuals before diving into this right-wing territory.
Dr. Delores Cahill's claim to expertise is a PhD and a professorship at University College Dublin, School of Medicine, which on its face initially seems relevant to the discussion of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. What is often left out in discussing her background is that she also happens to be chairwoman for the Irish Freedom Party, a right-wing Euro-skeptic party with a history of amplifying or outright endorsing a range of conspiracy theories including the white nationalist "grand replacement" conspiracy theory.
Dr. Judy Milkvitz (I assume you mean “Mikovits”) is of Plandemic viral conspiracy video fame (YouTube, Facebook, and other platforms have taken down the video because of inaccuracies) and a colorful character. Her controversial career in the scientific community has been punctuated by an arrest, lawsuit, retracted research study, allegations against Fauci, and clashes with the founders of the Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease, which is located in Reno, Nevada. It’s not clear which fraud and what cover-up Mikovits is talking about exactly. There is no evidence that Fauci was involved in a cover-up or that anyone was paid off with funding from him or his institute. No one has been charged with fraud in relation to Mikovits’s allegations.
Dr. Pam Popper, an alleged naturopath, is a senior level Juice Plus distributor, and a narrator on various Juice Plus training and promotional recordings. According to the Juice Plus Research Blog team, “Popper also offers, for a fee, questionable “wellness” training programs that provide dubious certification as a “Health Coach” or “Health Educator”. At least some of those who are certified by Popper have gone on to become Juice Plus distributors. We seriously question the integrity of anyone who recommends Juice Plus gummies for children, let alone kids with diabetes.”
and the places they hang out:
have pivoted full-scale towards controversial and conspiratorial figures, including an interview with Alex Jones, the founder of the original and most famous conspiracy site, Infowars, who Rose described as “a great man”. London Real is following Infowars’ lucrative model of monetizing conspiracy.
And, gotten a lot of scam and fraud complaints in the process.
, founded in 2011, Health Impact News is an alternative medicine, holistic, and nutrition website. They are published by Sophia Media and Brian Shilhavy is the Managing Editor. Media Bias/Fact Check rates Health Impact News a Quackery-level pseudoscience website for the promotion of anti-vaccination propaganda as well as chem-trails, geoengineering and false information regarding GMO’s.
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