CNET Journalist Promotes 5G as Safe Even When Telecom Execs Say They Have No Evidence That It Is

By B.N. Frank

In February, the Telecom Industry gave congressional testimony that they have NO scientific evidence that exposure to 5G is safe.  This being said, it’s always bizarre and annoying when journalists defend it.

From CNET:

From telecom executives:

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CNET Science Editor Jackson Ryan must not have gotten that memo.  Then again, maybe Jackson prefers living in a fantasy world remaining completely oblivious to any research that has already determined exposure to all sources of wireless radiation is harmful – not just 5G (see 1, 2, 3).

Maybe he doesn’t care that the American Academy of Pediatrics and other health experts have warned that children are more vulnerable to exposure than adults.  He seems to be only be interested in providing the same industry spin that’s been spewed by others before him.

Of course, blaming opposition on conspiracy theorists (like the New York Times did) seems desperate and lame when a smorgasbord of credible sources has been issuing warnings about widespread 5G installation in addition to doctors and scientists.  This includes:

5G is already operating in some communities in the U.S. and around the world.  People are experiencing symptoms from exposure (see 1, 2, 3) and so are their pets.

Activist Post reports regularly about 5G risks, research, opposition, and idiocy.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites:

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