Calling me a “dishonest American woman”, MedTek sent the tweet below to Chris Heaton-Harris, a member of the British parliament and sponsor of the newest version of the Saatchi Bill, which would allow innovative therapy including homeopathy for patients for whom no other care has been of benefit. I tweeted to Mr. Heaton-Harris thanking him for his continued effort for passage of this bill noting that I have many friends in the UK. My Twitter ID clearly shows I live in the U.S.
@MedTek then tweeted the following to myself and Chris Heaton-Harris: “ @BrownBagPantry @chhcalling this dishonest American woman is exactly WHY you should be listening to British scientists.” #homeopathy Nov 05, 2015
Then these two: @BrownBagPantry @chhcalling #homeopathy, of course, is the opposite of innovative medicine. It's not even medicine. Nov 05, 2015
@BrownBagPantry @chhcalling Which one of us has an actual stake? I am a UK resident and taxpayer working in healthcare. You? Nov 05, 2015
Note: MedTek's Twitter pages notes that she lives in the United States, on a houseboat in Seattle, Washington.
MedTek then tweeted a link to @MetalOllie's blog where he talks about my Twitter interaction with Dave Hope. Rightfully so, he reminds her that what she has done is inappropriate!