Google-funded fact checker targeted my article as “not credible and potentially harmful” - even though the article is based on a decided court ruling
A fact-checking organization, funded by Google and promoted by Google (see below) took a closer look at some of the most widely circulated health articles of 2018 in an effort to debunk popular health claims. One of the articles is about a court ruling confirming that the Gardasil vaccine killed a young girl. That article, penned by yours truly, provides a brief synopsis of a court case that involves vaccine injury. The article is titled, "Court ruling confirms Gardasil vaccine kills people... scientific evidence beyond any doubt... so where is the outcry?"
The Tarsell family did in fact fight the government for eight years to validate a medical burden of proof that their daughter “died from an arrhythmia induced by an autoimmune response” to Gardasil - an HPV vaccine that she received only days before her death.
The final ruling was confirmed by the Department of Health and Human Services; however, according to this Google-funded fact checker, the information I present is “not credible” and “potentially harmful.”
No matter how hard the fact checker tries to discredit the information, she must live with the fact that she’s arguing against a decided court case with a medical burden of proof. The information is only “potentially harmful” to the profits of Merck and other pharmaceutical companies that manufacture HPV vaccines. The article is “potentially harmful” because it debunks the religious mantra that is repeated over and over again in the media: vaccines are 100 percent safe and effective!
How dare I be so dangerous for presenting factual information! The article also makes a bigger point: why don’t the media take death by vaccine just as serious as school shootings? The young girl was killed by the vaccine. The simple answer: the media is funded primarily by the vaccine makers.
Google, operating as pharmaceutical company PR, is using fact checkers to bury truthful information about vaccine injury. Most of the debunked claims on the Health Feedback page had to do with burying truthful information about vaccines. This is their main objective: to build the public's faith in vaccine dogma.
Google revealed that they are “collaborating with the industry to surface accurate information.” They admit to “partnering with the Credibility Coalition to drive the development of technical markers that can enable third party assessments of online content.” The Credibility Coalition (funded by Google) is the entity that financially supported the big fact checking hit job that was conducted on these widely circulated health articles, including mine. It should also be noted that Health Feedback is open about being a propaganda arm of the World Health Organization, a vaccine pushing entity that erroneously proclaims that "vaccine hesitancy" is a top public health threat.
Google, the World Health Organization, and the young puppet who tried to discredit this important information about vaccine injury, is literally putting lives at risk. HPV vaccines are inherently risky, unnecessary medical procedures that have harmed countless young people. Vaccines are provably “potentially harmful” and Google-funded pharmaceutical PR campaigns are deceptive frauds.
These individual fact checkers should check their hearts and reconsider what they are doing and who they are working for. We should all be working for transparency for information on vaccine injury, not trying to suppress it. We should all be working on improving vaccine science and the many facets of immunology, instead of worshiping faulty science.
Fact checking gig (HealthFeedBack.org) details that they are funded by Credibility Coalition, the entity that Google pumps full of cash to control narratives.
HealthFeedBack.org - the fact checking gig that tried to discredit a decided court case and thousands of reported vaccine injuries that were reported in earnest to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting Center:
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