By Kent Heckenlively, JD
The cartoonist and political commentator Scott Adams often makes the point that you don’t realize how dishonest the media is about people until you find yourself the subject of their “fake news” reporting.
I understand the point as I have been the subject of media reporting for being banned from speaking in Australia. Funny how none of the journalists called for a comment from me, or bothered to mention the two books I’ve published, PLAGUE and INOCULATED.
They don’t want me actually looking reasonable, do they?
And so we come to the Facebook ban of Alex Jones and Minister Louis Farrakhan.
I might be one of the few people able to comment at some level on both individuals.
Regarding Alex Jones, I’ve been impressed that his Infowars crew is about the only place in the media where you can get actual discussion about the dangers of vaccines.
I am close with some people who have regularly appeared on his shows, and got to talk to Alex myself for a few minutes recently about vaccines. He even dedicated an entire hour and a half show to the recent measles hysteria.
Now, personally, I generally like a little calmer discussion than Jones normally provides. But he’s about the only figure of his stature who is consistently bringing up challenging topics.
Long live Alex Jones and Infowars!
When I wrote my book, INOCULATED, it covered the admissions of top CDC scientist, Dr. William Thompson and the MMR (measles/mumps/rubella) shot. While earlier administration was causing increased rates of autism in all children, the rates were particularly high in African-American males.
If we had an honest media…
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