- Jun 19, 2016
- Reaction score
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- Overall, we rate Mercola.com a Quackery level pseudoscience website that advocates for sometimes dangerous, inaction or action, to serious health issues.
On the site you're using as your guide:
It seems every time I put up an article, someone here at USMB posts an article saying that mediabiasfactcheck doesn't like them. Don't get me wrong, mediabiasfactcheck does seem to have -some- points right, but there's also a lot I don't like about mediabiasfactcheck as well. Here are 3...