autism , cdc , fake news , fake science , glyphosate herbicide , gmos , propaganda , vaccines
In the barrage of information you come across daily online, how do you know what’s true and what’s nothing more than hearsay, gossip or all-out lies?
“If you’re relying on Snopes as your arbiter of truth, however, you’re in for a surprise: Snopes engages in massive censorship of natural health and general promotion of industry talking points. What started as a tool to investigate urban legends, hoaxes and folklore has manifested into a self-proclaimed “definitive fact-checking resource” that’s taking on topics like whether or not vaccines can cause autism.”
Source: Why Snopes Gets an ‘F’ for Fact Checking | GreenMedInfo | Blog Entry
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