Thursday, August 13, 2015

PolitiFact refuses to retract false 'fact' story after it was exposed as a total fabrication

NaturalNews) Even after being given an opportunity to do the right thing and correct their falsified report, PolitiFact Georgia, which laughably claims to be an "independent fact-checking journalism website," stated that they have "reviewed" their "sourcing" and have decided to stand by their ruling about there being no mercury in any vaccines recommended for children since 1999.

In other words, they're incapable of acknowledging and admitting their mistakes, and are instead adamant on defending their bald-faced lies.

Not that we were holding our breath or anything, but Natural News somewhat expected the publication to correct the journalistic malpractice they committed when author April Hunt printed not just misleading information but blatant lies surrounding the issue of mercury in vaccines.

She also claimed to have reached out to Natural News' Mike Adams about his views on the risks of mercury in vaccines, in which she falsely reported that he declined to comment in an attempt to smear Adam's character by insinuating that he refused to stand next to the scientific proof that flu shots still contain mercury, a known neurotoxin.

To be clear, no contact with Adams was ever made.

Even when presented with REAL facts, PolitiFraud refuses to correct

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