Headlines aside, he's not denying the deaths.
Many years ago a group of us filed complaint against this professor's department (he was not there at the time, so I never met the guy), I got to testify before the state's Board of Regents and we won our case causing changes to their curriculum & the catalogue, influencing their faculty and possibly even eventually toppling the then existing power structure of that department or certainly adding to the pressure upon it: it did later fall. It felt good to participate in that as though we didn't benefit directly, too late for us, we knew our efforts would benefit future students there. I remain convinced that our action was called for; that department was crazy.
Now I see they have swung in the opposite direction. Ooops. We did too good a job. Just kidding.
The guy's blog is actually kind of interesting though there's a lot of material there and I merely skimmed it. I have this saying that you're an idiot to believe conspiracy theories but a fool not to consider them. It strikes me that's all this guy is doing, he's just not taking spoon fed news at face value and I think there's a lot of value in that.
FAU isn't a bad university, though still 2nd tier I believe, and in fact just got it's own medical school. Regardless, my ol'man always said you can go to ivy league and get a crappy education or to junior college and learn a whole bunch. And he said that even before Bush became president. Great to have the resources but school is mostly what the student puts into it.