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Health Feedback publishes a flawed "fact check" on the Epoch Times clot article
Are you surprised? Health Feedback never bothered to contact the sources to allow them to respond to their hit piece.
I’ve written stories on the strange blood clots observed by multiple embalmers (I personally know at least five who are willing to go public now). I also recently wrote a story on a reasonable theory on how these clots are being formed. It makes total sense that these clots wouldn’t be observed until mid-2021 because they take a while to form.
The Epoch Times recently did a story on these clots as well. I’ve found that The Epoch Times stories are very reliable. I’ve yet to find any errors in anything they publish. The reporter, Enrico Trigoso, spoke to ten different embalmers who observed the same types of clots.
As a result of the Epoch Times article, Health Feedback, a “fact checker” organization published a flawed rebuttal:
I immediately submitted a complaint about their “fact check”:
I’m sure they’ll never contact me or correct their story. I have never been contacted by any fact checker organization ever when I file complaints like this. They will also not want to be briefed on the Israeli data… isn’t it amazing they didn’t “fact check” that one?
Any “fact checker” who doesn’t contact the sources of the story and allow them to respond to statements made by others that attack what they said, is unethical.
They didn’t contact Mike Adams, Enrico Trigoso, or Richard Hirschman for their story. These people are unethical. We don’t even need to get into the merits of the argument.
In the preparation of this story, I contacted all three of them (Adams, Trigoso, and Hirschman). They immediately answered the phone.
In addition to the feedback I sent in, I also sent them a link to this article. If I ever hear back from Health Feedback, I’ll publish their response intact in this article. Don’t hold your breath.