Skip to comments.ABC Revives Soros-Funded Attacks on Johns Hopkins and Coal Companies
Posted on 06/09/2014 9:29:44 AM PDT by lowbridge
Building on a long week of anti-coal attacks by the media and the Environmental Protection Agency, ABCs June 5 World News revived another attack on the coal industry. ABC hyped a 2013 investigation that it conducted in partnership with the Soros-funded Center for Public Integrity (CPI). It alleged that the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions had essentially been bought off by coal companies to ignore cases of black lung disease in miners.
ABCs David Muir declared a victory a long time in the making, Johns Hopkins Dr. Paul Wheeler for allegedly working for the coal company.
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On October 30, 2013, ABCNews.com posted an extensive investigation by ABCs Chief Investigative Correspondent, Brian Ross, ABCs Investigative Producer Matthew Mosk and CPIs Investigative Report Chris Hamby. This report alleged that Wheeler, the leader of a unit that analyzes potential black lung cases, was either incompetent or had ignored cases of black lung in coal miners.
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Let’s take a credibility poll: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine v. Barack Hussein Obama. My money is on even the low-information voters getting that one right.
What did Johns Hopkins do? He’s been dead for several hundred years..
Just out of curiosity, any record of any MSM company working with a CONSERVATIVE oriented outfit? ... Anytime in the last year ... decade ... generation?
So a bureaucrat declares the head of a Johns Hopkins Hospital incompetent? Did I get that right?
No one gets to be a department head at Hopkins by being incompetent. In fact, you can’t become an intern at Hopkins without being at the very top of your profession. It’s not the #1 ranked hospital in the country for nothing.
I’d be tempted if I were that doc to sue ABC, the Soros group and anyone involved in the “investigation” for libeling him with its false claim that he ‘worked for’ a coal company when the coal company merely paid for the patients’ x-rays that he analyzed.