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- Overall, we rate Consumer Wellness Center an extreme right biased website that promotes pseudoscience. This is one of the most discredited sources on the internet.
Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Consumer Wellness Center is a right-wing pseudoscience website that routinely publishes false information. The founder is Mike Adams, who owns several Questionable websites such as Natural News and News Target. Consumer Wellness Center is a part of the Natural News Network.
According to Politifact Health misinformation website rebrands as pro-Trump outlet to get around ban from Facebook.
Funded by / Ownership
Consumer Wellness Center is owned by Mike Adams, who owns numerous other fake and/or controversial right-wing conspiracy websites. Revenue is derived through advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Mike Adams is known as the Health Ranger according to Rationalwiki. However, they point out dozens of cases where his claims are false. Besides promoting pseudoscience, the Consumer Wellness Center is an extreme right-wing biased source that frequently promotes false or misleading information regarding vaccines, climate change, and health. For more information read our review on Natural News.
In general, politically, all Mike Adam’s stories favor the right and promote pseudoscience such as chemtrails, the Sandy Hook shooting being a false flag: Sandy Hook was theater! Actor who played law enforcement sniper was recorded walking around carrying rifle by the magazine. Further, they routinely publish anti-vaccination propaganda and conspiracy theories. Lastly, this source denies the consensus on climate change without evidence, as seen here: Climate change cultists are now taking over your local weather forecast.
Failed Fact Checks
- See Natural News
Overall, we rate Consumer Wellness Center an extreme right biased website that promotes pseudoscience. This is one of the most discredited sources on the internet. (D. Van Zandt 07/19/2020) Updated (06/24/2022)
Last Updated on June 24, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check