This is getting quite tiresome. I am hearing through the grapevine that Ms. Celia Farber, who by her own account is now reliant on the click bait of Substack for her livelihood, is continuing to repackage vague, inaccurate comments as “content” to fuel her digital hive. I have not gone over to her post to see the vitriol directed at me by her commenters. I’m too busy going through Children’s Health Defense’s IRS Filings to give my attention to her ant computer. Since she is apparently threatening “legal action,” I am taking the precaution to document the fact that the entire hubbub was inadvertently initiated by a fawning commenter. You’ll see below that “Cosmos” now regrets the submission, one that triggered Farber’s emotional hysteria followed by a reflexive mob response. I have no idea how I got dragged back into the comment section, as there is no evidence that I’ve discussed the queen bee since she pulled me into her arena a few weeks ago, though my efforts to shine a light on Children’s Health Defense finances and staffing could make me a juicy target. I’m aware of the AIDs dissident history generally, but anyone who follows my work knows that is not my focus. I have no clue about the various personalities involved in this discussion.
Once again bad behavior on all sides rules the day (except for the one grounded, clear-thinking person out there apparently – Ian Bell). Please, get a grip on yourselves folks. Go out and blow on some dandelions.