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WSJ writer hyping "Stanford study" was actually a co-author on the paper, but didn't declare his bias


WSJ writer hyping “Stanford study” was actually a co-author on the paper, but didn’t declare his bias Sunday, April 26, 2020 by: Ethan Huff Andrew Bogan , badscience , biased , China , Chinese Virus , co-author , conflict of interest , coronavirus , covid-19 , deception , disease , disinfo , global emergency , Global Pandemic , infection , junk science , novel coronavirus , outbreak , pandemic , propaganda , rigged , Stanford Study , The Wall Street Journal , virus , WSJ , Wuhan ...

BOMBSHELL: Wall Street Journal caught running a Monsanto-style FAKE SCIENCE scam with Stanford researchers to mislead America over coronavirus infections


His name is Andrew Bogan, and he’s listed right in the authors section of the paper itself. ... That is a far cry from the 99.5 percent calculated by Stanford… Andrew Bogan didn’t reveal any of this in the WSJ article for obvious reasons. "...



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