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Covid Critiques

Created on: 2023-05-29

I've had some criticisms of past articles, including an attempted cancellation! Great!

Over the last couple of years, I've shared some of these articles with a small circulation newsletter about health. Most recently I shared U.S. COVID Vax Deaths Exceed 10,000. Again.

Here are the responses. I will paraphrase.

Firstly, someone apparently went past the newsletter editor, phoned its publisher, and sounded off, saying they should not be encouraging anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists.

It is conspicuous that the complainer apparently tried to shut down any debate using only ad hominem arguments, and without engaging with any of the facts or reports brought to discussion.

Next, the editor, Chris, writes:

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