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Overall, we rate Learn The Risk a strong Conspiracy website and a Quackery level Pseudoscience site for the promotion of debunked false claims. We also rate them Very Low for factual reporting as almost every claim is false or at best misleading.
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW Country: USA World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180
Founded in 2015, LearnTheRisk.org is a website dedicated to exposing the pharmaceutical industry and highlighting the dangers of vaccines. According to their about page “Learn The Risk is a US-based, non-profit organization and a powerful force for educating people WORLDWIDE on the dangers of pharmaceutical products, including vaccines and unnecessary medical treatments — that are literally killing us.” The founder and editor are Brandy Vaughan.
“Vaccines are not as safe and effective as they say.”
“You do NOT need an injection for protection. The BEST defense against disease is a strong immune system — NOT one overloaded with toxic additives from food, air, water, and VACCINES.”
“They contain many toxic ingredients – some KNOWN to cause cancer and brain damage – that have no place to go once injected into the body.”
“In fact, some of the most prevalent diseases in the early 1900s — including Tuberculosis (TB), Scarlet Fever and Typhoid — followed the same declines WITHOUT ever having a vaccine program (in the US). These diseases were nearly eradicated in the U.S. without the population ever having been vaccinated for them.”
Overall, we rate Learn The Risk a strong Conspiracy website and a Quackery level Pseudoscience site for the promotion of debunked false claims. We also rate them Very Low for factual reporting as almost every claim is false or at best misleading. (D. Van Zandt 9/9/2019)