There is a point when simply asserting the term "conspiracy theorist" is
designed around evading facts or un-validated assumptions. If the
discussion were to focus on the science and science as something involving
a discourse, the grand theories seeking deductions accompanied by ad
hominen attacks would be ruled out of order. Better still to expose the
involvement of public relation spin in service to corporate interests.
Let's, for a prima facie case consider the use of a neuro toxin(mercury)
in the filling of teeth by a profession whose trade association remove the
licenses of any practitioners who choose alternative technologies, and
foist any actual liability for the practice upon them as well. Where the
institutionalization of "science" is no longer science.