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October 17, 2016 The Hill by Carey Gilam “The CDC is being being influenced by corporate and political interests“ quote:
“MS. KRAMER: NO, I DID NOT HEAR THE IMPORTANT THING. I DIDN’T HEAR AN APOLOGY THAT THE COURT’S FRAMED ME FOR LIBEL SEVEN YEARS AGO. I’M SITTING HERE IN HANDCUFFS FOR SPEAKING THE TRUTH ABOUT A FRAUD AND POLICY. IF YOU WANT TO SEND ME BACK TO
As some of you know, I am constantly having to fend off the Gossiping Ninnies in the Toxic Mold issue. These aren’t naysayers of the dangers of mold. These are stupid pompous asses within the mold community itself who do everything they can to try to discredit the importance of getting the naysaying fraud out of gov’t backed policies and medical association position statements.
This is the area of this issue that I have worked for over a decade, i.e, removing science fraud from federally funded policies, physician educational materials and toxic torts. It’s cost me all (including going to jail) not to shut up of the naysaying scientific fraud, how it is marketed to U.S. physicians with federal funds, and how lives are devastated from it.
The Ninnies spend much time on FB patting each other on the back of how wonderful they are at advancing the science and are “helping” people – while they reach maybe the same 500 people at a time with their words of wisdom.
The sad thing is, they are right about avoidance of mold being key to recovery. But they can’t seem to grasp that it doesn’t matter if they are right if the U.S. government is mass-marketing that they are wrong. News flash, the U.S. government can reach millions of physicians, policy setters and people in general in matter of minutes with whatever they choose to market.
Nope. These little pompous asses think any efforts to try to change government backed and funded policy is just frivolous and they take every opportunity they can to discredit work and cast doubt in this area. They make me extremely angry by their convoluting the issue and confusing those being injured by contaminants in water damaged buildings with their petty gossip.
This is because of the thousands of lives being devastated by them making it a thousands times harder to cause gov’t backed policy change. They make me so mad that am not above publicly using the “F” word and even the “C” word regarding the Gossiping Ninnies.
So last week the Daily Beast ran a horrible article right out of the naysayers’ playbook. It was written by a physician with a fellowship at Emory, Dr. Farah Khan. It’s titled, “You are not a doctor. Why Is the Internet So Obsessed with ‘Toxic Mold’?” The article is what’s known as “astroturfing”.
The very first sentence in the Daily Beast article is this “caring” physician making fun of her patient for asking questions if mold could be contributing to his health condition. She then goes on to cite the retired Mold Position Statement of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) as current accepted science of why mold could not be causing or contributing to the problem. (See last page in link above noting the Position Statement is sunset).
She linked to Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker’s mold conference that was occurring at the same time in LA when this article came out, while trying to present that she knows it’s just quackery (and again making fun of her own patient).
There is a mother whose child died from being sick with mold and being institutionally discriminated against because of this naysaying science being promoted by horrid people like Dr. Khan. The mother put out a blog last week asking that people contact the Daily Beast and request that they take the hateful and discrimination-causing article down.
The mother spent days fact checking and writing her blog. OMG! She cited me challenging the AAAAI out-of-date publication in the Daily Beast article and requesting they take the article down. This, of course, was unacceptable to the Gossiping Ninnies.
So what did the Gossiping Ninnies do? They immediately jumped into gear of gossiping on FB and promoting that my work and those who seek to remove fraud from policy is nothing, position statements come down on their own, don’t worry about some bogus article, they’ll never change, etc.
Here’s one example. This one was posted directly on the mother’s blog — gutting any chance that her blog would cause Moldies to actually jump into unified action to try to shut down the astroturfing and government backed science fraud, which is harming so many.
A charter member of the Toxic Mold Gossiping Ninny Club, who has been a thorn in my side for years, wrote in the comment section on the mother’s blog:
“Sadly, there is nothing that can be done, to have the Daily Beast article revised or removed, due to the way the internet functions. The out-of-date source that the article’s author used, to write her misleading article, will exist as an internet reference source until the end of time. The way the internet was created failed to provide a way to delete information when that information was updated by the source of that information. Both the updated, and the out-of-date information remain searchable by Google, and the selection of which of those two sources to believe is left to the intelligence of the web surfer. The “sunsetting” of the old source has always been misunderstood by my dear friend Sharon Kramer. Sunsetting only means that you can no longer find the old source when you search that one website. The sunsetting was an automatic procedure of the publisher of the out-of date article, not a great victory for Sharon’s persistent attacks and legal maneuvers. After a pre-set number of years, that publisher stated that the old information was no longer the current opinion of “their” group, and would no longer appear when searched for on their web site. In some instances, when such a removal is made, Google informs the searcher that she is viewing a “cached” article, and not an article that appears on an active web site. But not in all cases. An example of this, are my 20 year old listings on the singles dating web sites that I created over 20 years ago. On those sites my photo still shows a nice full head of black hair and a flat stomach. I am forever young, in spite of my repeated requests to those dating services to delete me from their membership.”
My response was:
First of all, let me say that Joe X is in NO WAY a dear friend of mine, nor does he understand what it means when a medical association “sunsets” position statements. That would most likely be because he didn’t work with Dr. Hodgson of OSHA for a couple of years to cause the sunsetting of the ACOEM mold statement. He doesn’t have the behind the scenes emails in his possession of what it took to get it down. I do.
People like Joe who are always willing to voice their opinions, but actually do ZERO to remove false science from policies, medical school teachings and toxic torts over the mold issue, are who make it difficult on us who actually do cause changes in policy.
It’s people like Joe who aid the false science to continue to cause the institutionalized discrimination to continue. Nope. Joe X is no friend of mine and if you are trying to get help from a mainstream physician (who is still being misinformed) Joe is no friend of your’s either. He might as well work for the defense in mold litigation.
This article by the Emory Fellow is what’s known as “astroturfing”. What Joe is doing, while trying to present that he is my friend, is the same.
The piece de resistance of the Confederacy of Dunces is the concept that the Daily Beast article must have run because the doctors are afraid of the Ninnies. Pure nonsense. This is how the naysayers have astroturfed the scientific fraud into physician education over the mold issue for years for the purpose of influencing mold litigations — another area the Ninnies seem to know nothing about. (See 2007 Wall Street Journal article “Amid Suits Over Mold Experts Wear Two Hats” for how and why the science fraud is marketed to doctors to influence the courts)
So Gossiping Ninnies, this post is for YOU. It’s hard enough to have to fight the Centers for Disease Control and systemic corruption in California courts for aiding the naysaying fraud to continue to harm so many – by criminal means. No one needs your little gossipy asses constantly nipping at my heels and trying to discredit me every step of the journey for daring to tell the truth of how the fraud remains in policy.
Sit down and shut the fuck up because there is naysaying scientific fraud to be removed from policies over the Toxic Mold issue and lives to be saved. Your stupid gossip makes it 1000 times harder to accomplish this.
Everyone in the “mold community” knows who this little band of asses are. They’ve been trashing people for years, not just me, in their self-promotion — while people are dying from the fraud remaining in policies. I think it’s long past time that they be made to stop.
If you would like to voice your concern to the Editor of the Daily Beast regarding their publication of Dr. Khan’s dangerous and discriminatory astroturfing, the contact information is:
If you would like for the Gossiping Ninnies to see this so maybe they will get a clue to stop, just repost it on FB. They’ll come out of the woodwork spouting snide comments faster than a water damaged building can begin to grow mold. It will be easy to identify who they are!
Never one to speak behind people’s backs.
Sharon Noonan Kramer
This is a SPOOF of an actual article from Courthouse News Services by a great investigative reporter Maria Denzio, titled “Judges’ Commission Fights Scope of State-Ordered Audit“
Courthouse Clues Services
Judges’ Commission Seeks to Gut Scope of State-Ordered Audit
October 23, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – The California Commission on Judicial Performance (CJP) is challenging the scope of an audit of its operations ordered earlier this year by the Legislature, claiming that the state Constitution prohibits oversight of the self-perceived-above-the-law independent state agency.
“If you imagine for a moment an auditor asking a court ‘We want to know how you resolve cases,’ you can see where there’s a concern,” CJP attorney Joe Tailwagger said in an interview. “But the CJP isn’t a court, so this argument is really just for stonewalling and is irrelevant.”
Desperately trying to invoke the separation of powers doctrine that prohibits the Legislature from interfering with the judiciary, the CJP writ petition asks that the state auditor refrain from examining how this state agency investigates complaints against the judiciary.
The commission also wants the state auditor barred from accessing confidential records related to its investigations to protect its staff and members from public scrutiny when violating the rights of the public and non-inner-circle judges.
“The public seems to feel that there are several judges who have been privately admonished, if admonished at all, who should have been removed from the bench for destroying lives while case fixing. We’re afraid that a real gander of the CJP records may prove them right,” Tailwagger said.
This past August, the Legislature voted unanimously to audit the commission, a constitutionally established state agency in charge of investigating and disciplining judges. The audit was a result of public outcry from activist groups that the commission hasn’t been sufficiently harsh on errant judges, that its proceedings aren’t sufficiently transparent, and that the CJP has served more as a lapdog for politically connected, inner-circle judges, rather than a watchdog.
The commission was formed in 1960 and originally included nine members. Most of its proceedings were confidential, and in 1994 voters passed Proposition 190 mandating open proceedings and increased the membership to eleven. This occurred after a whistleblower within the CJP informed the legislature that the independent state agency was nurturing a culture of corruption in the courts.
The proposition also changed the composition of the commission: three judges appointed by the Supreme Court, two attorneys appointed by the governor, and six citizens – two appointed by the governor, two by the Senate Committee on Rules, and two by the Speaker of the Assembly. As it stands today, the CJP Chairman is under criminal investigation.
The Supreme Court has the authority to review and overturn the commission’s rulings, as in the recent case of Judge Nancy Ayers, where the high court dismissed the commission’s advisory letter against her for keeping a guide dog she was training in her courtroom.
The Supreme Court seems to have no concerns about lack of judicial ethics when disabled members of the public have their rights violated by judges and the CJP refuses to admonish. When the CJP refuses to admonish, there is no recourse for the harmed public.
This will be the first time in its history that the commission has been audited and the commission has much to hide.
Tailwagger said that on the whole, the commission operates in the public eye and then let out a big laugh right after he made the statement.
“The CJP doesn’t operate entirely in confidence. Many proceedings are open to the public. For instance, it sometimes publicly admonishes judges when retaliating for political purposes. But some cases call for privacy for the same purpose,” he said.
Aside from its usual examination of budget and spending, State Auditor Elaine Howle has also been asked to review the commission’s rules, standards and procedures. This will be a futile task without being able to examine how the commission’s rules, standards and procedures have been abused behind closed doors.
Tailwagger said the commission has no problem with the auditor looking into its finances, but other aspects of the audit go too far into where the real heart of the problem lays.
“Many of the categories are attempting to look at the very core function of how a court process works and that would be unprecedented to allow that,” he said. [I did not change this quote. So the dysfunction of the “very core function” of the CJP is not what should be audited???]
The auditor proposes looking into the commission’s rules on confidentiality and why certain proceedings are kept private, reviewing its process for investigating legal error, and examining the commission’s standards for handling cases and when to contact complainants, witnesses and judges.
Howle’s office also notes that the audit will take roughly 4,100 hours, with no set completion date, at a cost of roughly $492,000. The CJP is also contesting the cost, saying it cannot afford to pay a nearly $500,000 bill with a yearly budget of $4.6 million; and they would like to receive more money from the legislature for the time it will take to thwart an effective audit.
Tailwagger said the commission isn’t using its petition to skirt the audit, but wants some clarification on how many people should leave the country now before the criminal charges and arrests begin.
“This isn’t an agency that’s looking for a free pass,” he said. “We’ve gone to the judges who we aid their lack of ethics to get some protection so this audit can’t go forward on things that are appropriate. We are hoping this will be a matter that will not be handled very quickly and efficiently because our paper shredders are already working day and night.”
Howle’s office did not respond to a request for comment.
The above is a spoof. The links are real. The CJP really has gone to the exact entity whose ethics they are charged with overseeing, the courts, to try to stop an audit of the CJP’s “very core function”. The need for this audit was supported by public organizations and judicial organizations who are tired of the CJP aiding the ethics problems and politics in California courts, rather than stopping them.
There are some great doctors in the Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units, PEHSUs. But, by and large, they are being misinformed over illnesses caused by water damaged buildings (WDB).
THIS is what I been fighting for 11 YEARS. THIS is the bottleneck which causes the institutionalized discrimination of those injured and disabled by WDB — that is so horrible, some commit suicide.
Below is a link to a new CDC Blog just out today. It’s tooting how wonderful it is that the PEHSU’s are here to assist the government in the education of physicians and public over environmental illnesses.
What the blog does not say is that the funding for the PEHSU’s and the oversight of their websites, pass through the fingers of “nonprofit” medical associations which are still falsely preaching that it’s scientifically proven — that long term or permanent neurocognitive impairments, multi-symptom multi-system chronic inflammations CIRS-WDB, newly acquired environmental intolerances IE, debilitating chronic fatigue ME/CFS and sometimes death — are not to able to be caused by a WDB.
Todays CDC Blog: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “A Perfect Partnership: Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units“
“Over the course of 4 years (2010–2013), the North American PEHSU network delivered nearly 1500 presentations on topics from a general introduction to children’s health and the environment to focused presentations on air pollution, asthma, lead poisoning, and mold. The programs reached nearly 210,000 participants.” (Yikes!!)
The PEHSU money-controlling and website-controlling “non-profits” have influential members who are generating income as expert defense witnesses in mold litigation by promoting the false concept that it’s proven these illnesses are not occurring. I’ve been begging Tom Frieden, Director of the CDC, and others in the federal government to do something about this serious problem that is harming so many.
4/15/16 Letter to CDC Director: ‘Please cease funding fraud over Toxic Mold Disabilities (Veritox Theory)
Dear Dr. Frieden, Dr. Perry, Ms. Milton and Dr. Mapp, et.al,
Thank you for the CDC/DHHS, USDOJ and EPA reply letters dated March 7th[2}, March16th, and April 4th, 2016. The CDC and EPA replies were informative of how nonprofit medical associations are chosen to be non-government-organizations (NGO) assisting to provide information to U.S. physicians and the public with the use of federal funds…..“It was with reckless disregard for public health and safety, and a poorly thoughtout plan in the early 2000’s to try to shut down mold litigations and liability for claims of causation of environmental disability from WDB, by concoction and promotion of a fraudulent risk assessment theory – the Veritox Theory”.….Dr. Frieden, Will CDC continue funding American College of Medical Toxicology to disseminate information to U.S. physicians, while ACMT is still promoting the scientifically void Veritox Theory on their website? Yes ____ No _____
The CDC’s response is astounding when knowing how many are being harmed.
Dear Ms. Kramer:
Thank you for your letter to Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), expressing your continued concern about the American College of Medical Toxicology. Your message was forwarded to our office for a response. We regret that we have no new information to share with you since our last response. Thank you for your interest in CDC’s public health programs.
XXXX, Acting Executive Secretary, Office of the Chief of Staff, CDC
I’m not even asking or trying to tell them what to teach. I’s just asking that the CDC cease funding a deadly discriminatory litigation defense argument in misguided U.S. pediatrician education.
OSHA gets it, so why can’t the CDC, EPA and Department of Justice? To quote from the March 9, 2015 WorkCompCentral article, “ACOEM Takes Down Position Paper Commonly Used By Defense in Mold Claims”:
“It was a litigation defense argument right from the get-go,’ she [KRAMER] said….Ritchie Shoemaker, a mold researcher who has testified in more than 200 court cases related to mold illness, said the ACOEM paper [authored by Saxon of UCLA, KELMAN & HARDIN of VERITOX, and based on the bogus Veritox Theory] was ubiquitous in litigation for many years. ‘After 2003, there were no cases that I participated in where defense did not quote ACOEM,’ he said….ACOEM [American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine] representatives did not respond to multiple requests for comment. But Kramer told WorkCompCentral in an interview last week that Michael Hodgson, medical director for the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, received a statement from ACOEM’s publications director [Marianne Dreger] last year that the organization would sunset the position paper in early 2015.”
The relationship between the CDC and PEHSU is not perfect by far when it is tainted by a scientifically void litigation defense argument that is harming thousands of children.
I have been asking the CDC for ELEVEN YEARS to stop teaching this fraud! Argh!!!