By H8St8 at Pocketnet.app/H8St8
Since my 3 April article "FDA Confirms Colloidal Silver Safe and Effective Against Corona Virus", the FDA/FTC attacks/confirmations have nearly doubled for a wide range of natural and alternative remedies. They "have sent warning letters to companies allegedly selling unapproved products that may violate federal law by making deceptive or scientifically unsupported claims about their ability to treat or cure coronavirus (COVID-19)".
Threats are also being made against companies, "assisting and facilitating" illegal coronavirus-related telemarketing calls. The letters claim the recipients are "routing and transmitting Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) scam robocall traffic" (see the latest example). How long before web hosting, Internet service provider and Internet backbone companies receive vague threats about "routing and transmitting"? This could cause enough provider fear and over-reaction to impact nearly all alternative health companies?
FTC and FDA threats against companies providing alternative care products began with warning letters on 6 March 2020. This was announced 3-days later in a press release which received much attention in the mainstream "news", particularly in relation to the first on the list, The Jim Bakker Show:
Since the 6 March initial letters, the list of companies has grown to 49 as of 10 April as shown on the list being updated at:
Six of the 26 companies receiving FDA/FTC letters sell colloidal silver including:
* Indicates three of the initial 7 FDA letters which had the Streisand effect of drawing attention to colloidal silver.
The press release accompanying the latest FTC letters is at:
Like Jim Bakker, Alex Jones was singled out for a lot of media coverage initiated by Associate Press, after the FDA letter to his "Free Speech Systems" on 9 April. Coverage has ramped up a LOT as the mainstream media propagandists are attempting to discredit natural medicine. Below is a sample from page 1 of a "past day" news search at DuckDuckGo.com for the words FDA, warning and letter:
The FDA tends to attack companies making good products and leaves the others alone to entirely ruin the reputation of that product type. So, being attacked by the FDA is actually a badge of honor. These companies may have to stop providing alternative health related information, but might still be able to continue selling. If so, visit their websites linked from each of the letters listed HERE and do your own research. Then, give the FDA/FTC some Streisand effect good and hard.