‘Misinformation’ specialist apologizes for her Covid-related misinformation and criticism of other doctors

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Underscoring the point that many self-proclaimed factcheck and misinformation groups are actually propagandists distributing misinformation themselves, the founder of “the independent research group MisinformationKills” is now apologizing to several doctors who are on the leading edge of treating Covid and Covid vaccine injuries.

Dr. Allison Neitzel repeatedly disparaged Drs. Paul Marik and Pierre Kory, founders of Front Line Covid Critical Care (FLCCC). Her criticisms included a study by Dr. Marik on the effect of Vitamin C on sepsis, and a meta-analysis by Drs. Marik and Kory on the use of ivermectin to treat Covid.

I regret my use of words like fraudulent and grift, which I should not have used. I apologize to the FLCCC, Dr. Marik and Dr. Kory.

Dr. Allison Neitzel, founder of the propaganda group “MisinformationKills”

Neitzel has attacked other vaccine industry foes, including Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. She also claims Aaron Rodgers spread of misinformation about Covid vaccines. The football star declined to get vaccinated.

Read more of Neitzel’s apology below.

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16 thoughts on “‘Misinformation’ specialist apologizes for her Covid-related misinformation and criticism of other doctors”

  1. Takes a big person to offer a public appology. On the other hand, it’s pretty late in the game to realize that Ivermectin was/is a wonderful anti-COVID drug.
    One only has to look at the studies of its long use in Africa against malaria and notice how low the numbers of deaths due to COVID were wherever Ivermectin was in standard anti-malaria use:

  2. For the apology to use such precise language suggests a lawyer is involved? Is she being sued for defamation or some other charge??

  3. Too little, too late. How many people suffered and, perhaps, died because this “misinformation specialist” slandered and defamed her victims? The irony of the name of her newsletter is staggering.

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  5. I think she owes Aaron Rogers an apology as well. It would be great if legacy media carried the apoloy story as thouroughly as they spread her missinformation/ propaganda.

  6. I for one do not put any trust in the “fact checking” organizations who claim to be the, all know truth.
    Now a day everyone has an agenda, usually not the actual truth .

  7. People like her need to take their kick backs they received from big pharma and crawl back into the hole they came out of. Her empty apology coincides with with the release of her latest book. It’s all about the money with insects like her. God only knows how many people suffered and died because of her.

  8. Apology is not accepted . She needs to do jail time. Many people were very suspicious of all the so called facts and fiction rolling thru the days of covid . She misled . Many that were on the side lines relying on their natural instinct in using their common sense . The media was telling one side of the story “Brought to you by Pfizer” these so called fact specialist was just an echo in most cases . Many used this information knowing that they mistrusted the media . They were led down the wrong track and most likely suffer health issues earlier in their life.

  9. It has now come to light that Allison Neitzel is not officially an MD. There is no such medical doctor listed in the state of Wisconsin? Science-Based Medicine, run by David Gorski, doubled down by saying Neitzel is a doctor even though it’s not official.

  10. Allison Neitzel is not listed as a licensed MD in Wisconsin on the AMA doctor search website. DR. tracey Hoeg points this out, too. Did she really graduate from med school ? Did she pass her med exams? Or is she posing as a doctor even as she talks about misinformation by others? I hope a journalist will research her bona fides and expose her, if she has lied about her credentials.

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