Proof: AFP is a very unreliable "fact checker"
They don't even read the headlines or contact the source for comment.
Yet another fact check with significant errors trying to discredit me. They never even called me for a comment. Shame on them.
Consider this “fact check” which mentions me:
The piece bases its claims on a document published online by Steve Kirsch, a US entrepreneur who has pushed unproven drugs to treat Covid-19. Kirsch claims the report was produced for a member of parliament -- but he does not specify a party, as the Gateway Pundit does.
Wow. Consider the headline of my article that they perma-linked to prevent tampering:
See the headline? You don’t need to get beyond the first line of the headline!
You can’t make this stuff up. Talk about sloppy fact checking.
And the document itself says on page 3, who it was prepared for (again, from the perma-link in the fact check):
Finally, even if the Ontario data is different from other data, it does not invalidate the Ontario data.
A good fact checker would simply acknowledge the Ontario data differs from other data.
But to actually resolve the conflict and rule that the Ontario data must be wrong is well beyond the capabilities of the people employed by these so-called “fact checker” organizations.
I invite Marisha Goldhamer to a recorded zoom call where we can discuss how she knows that the Ontario data is untrustworthy. She can bring as many Canadian health authorities as she wants. She’ll need all the help she can get.
Marisha, you can accept using the Contact me link.
If you really want to stop misinformation, taking me down in a recorded zoom call would make a difference.
I don’t know why nobody in the press or mainstream medical community wants to do that. They don’t want to see the Israeli safety data either for some reason.