I published a commentary on December 4, 2018, with the premise that the dissemination of fake news isn't the primary problem in the media and elsewhere today. Rather, it is the dissemination of cherry-picked facts to make a point while ignoring co
On 4 December 2018, HuffPost published an article by senior editor Chris York, whose single purpose was to discredit Professor Piers Robinson of the University of Sheffield (UK). Prof. Robinson is Chair in Politics, Society and Political Journalism
In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on what is going on France among other stories that are simply not being covered in western media. Instead, the media is serving up clickbait distraction issues that just can't be taken seriously an
Video montage of Mika Bysynski, talking about the medias job to control what people think.
Further evidence that The Guardian "entirely fabricated" a report that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort visited Julian Assange in 2013, 2015 and the spring of 2016; his passports...
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CNN may be the Cable News Network, but it replaced journalism with spouting off about President Donald Trump years ago - according to the most legendary host in CNN history.
hoax yet… "Doctored video" claim is brazen falsehood...(Natural News) The entire liberal media complex -- including despicable late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel -- has fabricated and pushed the most outrageous hoax we've ever seen. They claim
When President Trump nominated Jeff Sessions as his Attorney General, the presstitutes were opposed to Sessions and declared him unfit for office. Now that he has been fired, the presstitutes are his champions.
FACEBOOK boss Mark Zuckerberg faced new demands yesterday to submit to a grilling by an international panel of MPs on his role in spreading fake news and protecting users' personal information.
Fox News opinion host Sean Hannity aggressively challenged the rest of the media on Monday, after President Donald Trump invited him on stage at his final campaign rally for the midterm elections.
BRASILIA/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - For Brazil's right-wing President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, attacking critical press outlets almost daily on social media is not enough. Once in office, he vows to hit their bottom line.