My own personal response. We'll see if it gets posted:
This is obviously corporate pressure being applied to stop a good reporter from reporting on the facts about the adverse effects of electromagnetic radiation. There are not only thousands of studies out there showing biological effects, but increasing numbers of people are feeling the adverse effects of this technology: Hence, both correlation and causation have been established. On the other hand, there are the corporate cronies out there — what you describe as "prominent scientists" — more than willing to take handouts from these corporations to say and do whatever their masters ask. These people are not "prominent scientists": They are deceitful liars willing to sell their credentials to the highest bidder. This article is nonsense — and it is an insult to the intelligence of your audience. And I do expect your trolls to respond.