Oh, my! Another empty victory dance. Maybe Running Wolf will come by and give you a cyber high-five for nothing; he's easy.
Here's your problem. Feduccia is hammering, hammering, hammering on Sinosauropteryx. The feathers look like scales (version one) or some kind of vague integuments (version two). So what? Here's the mainstream science progression for dinos to birds. (A cladogram.)
Sinosauropteryx is allowed to have primitive-looking proto-feathers. It's just insulation. The feathers get truer as you go out the branch. That's just what happens in the fossil record.
Feduccia is just pounding the table. That's why the museums are ignoring him. EVERYBODY's ignoring him.
His team of scientists also provided a few other evidence-based reasons for their objection to the dino-bird theory (specifically, sinosauroptyrex).