According to health ranger Mike Adams, the so-called "Shorty Awards" honoring micro-bloggers who use Twitter to inform and educate online readers have been shown to be conducted fraudulently.
The awards are given in 27 categories, including the health category.
While the voting is said to be "public and democratic" by its organizers, Mike Adams of www.NaturalNews.com who was winning the popular vote in the health category claims his votes were completely deleted by Shorty Awards organizers after he complained of unfair tactics being used by vaccine proponents who dumped a boat load of votes into the Shorty Awards voting system -- all for a relatively unknown vaccine-pushing opponent of natural health named Dr. Rachael Dunlop.
According to Adams, the vaccine-pushing orthodox medical system apparently did NOT want to see a prominent natural health advocate who strongly opposes vaccines win such a prestigious internet award.
Adams states, "I was set to take the top prize, and Dr. Mercola was in a solid second place when some vaccine pushers got word that a couple of "natural medicine whackos" (as they described us) were about to win the award, and they organized an opposition campaign to elect their own candidate -- a virtually unknown doctor from Australia who held a strong opinion against homeopathy and natural medicine while pushing vaccines and pharmaceuticals. They began to call for others to vote for this "pro-vaccine" candidate, even though most people had no idea who she was and had never even read her work."
Adams says the Shorty Awards voting system is clearly rigged against natural health advocates since votes for natural health advocates can be deleted and fraudulently obtained votes in favor of an opponent of natural health are kept.
Read more about this story here, and learn what you can do to help push another strong advocate of natural health into the top spot!