Another dishonest entity has banned me from commenting on their Facebook page. Yesterday, I happened to stumble on a link to GR's Wikipedia page. So, after reading the lies that Wikipedia had printed denigrating GR, I edited the page to correct their propaganda. I wrote about my experience with the liars who own Wikipedia and pasted the link to my story on GR's Facebook page. I had hoped that other parents would see how Wikipedia made all of them look like fools and that these fellow parents would use the information I provided to oppose Wikipedia's deception.
Since I realized a few years ago that GR was itself a devious propaganda operation, unbeknownst to the parents who support it, I have been writing about their subversion of the truth. For all the good that the volunteer Rescue Angels do to help autistic children, Generation Rescue's management is hamstringing all of them by allowing libel from Wikipedia agents and other lowlifes to discredit them.
Jenny McCarthy, who I believe was given millions of dollars by Jim Carey when the two split, could certainly afford a lawyer to rein in Wikipedia and their thoroughly dishonest presentation about GR. But, instead of taking that action, GR throws me out of their Facebook page after I reported the problem and bans me from commenting. (I was still allowed to rejoin the group but can no longer comment.)
This tells us that GR is happy with the libel that Wikipedia presents if they delete a suggestion for parents to take issue with it. If you're a Rescue Angel, as I used to be, you have to ask yourself what GR really wants the public to think about you. From the presentation in Wikipedia, one must conclude that Generation Rescue's management wants the public to believe that you're a lunatic.