ABC News 20/20 Story on MMS Has Babies!
The newsletter about ABC doing a program on MMS has certainly stirred up a lot of people. I appreciate the many individuals who have written to ABC and shared what they wrote with me. Of course I have no control over what they do with your emails, but I appreciate your efforts.
The misleading waves of information that are being spread by ABC are already expanding through copycats even before Friday’s airdate of the 20/20 program. Perhaps they are affiliated with ABC in some way, which would not surprise me…
Nature World News:
These guys seem to have copied the Daily News copycat. They can’t even get the chemicals straight and say MMS is “sodium chloride” (table salt). Then they have the audacity to say it is “nothing more than a household bleach.” Household bleach does not contain table salt! These reporters are not chemists and know nothing about what they write. News agencies should at least check their data before writing, even when writing incorrect information. Laundry bleach (such as Clorox, which they compared it to) is sodium hypochlorite—a very different chemical, and is definitely not the same as MMS. Read this sad example of journalism yourself:
There are also facebook pages…
…that can use some realistic commenting.
We must not let truth get buried by mainstream media hell bent on misleading the general public that doesn’t know better.
If you haven’t sent an email to ABC, here is the information again:
ABC Senior Investigative News Producer
7 West 66th St., New York, NY 10023
Office Phone: 212-456-2068
I don’t have contact information for Brian Ross, but Cindy Galli is likely to share whatever she receives.
Thanks for helping the truth to be known and for joining in the quest to make this world a better place.
MMS Saves Lives.