This collection is a doozy in that it contains some of the most pernicious disseminators of conspiracy theories, political disinformation (lies) and skewed bias one could find.
This is the website for Tucker Carlson and is a source of political bias, disinformation with links to known sites that harbor disinformation, conspiracy theories and is not a reliable source of news whatsoever. This guy is just making a living from promoting disinformation, gossip, rumour, innuendo — all under the aegis of an allegedly legitimate news organization, see: You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers.
From the article above:
Now comes the claim that you can't expect to literally believe the words that come out of Carlson's mouth. And that assertion is not coming from Carlson's critics. It's being made by a federal judge in the Southern District of New York and by Fox News's own lawyers in defending Carlson against accusations of slander. It worked, by the way.
Carlson routinely fronts blatant lies which in turn have real consequences, even though his own lawyers argue that he can not be believed.
From another article "The Tucker Carlson Disinformation Show':
Tucker Carlson is in the headlines this week for lobbing serious misconduct claims at the National Security Agency (NSA). The NSA, he said on his show, is spying on him in an attempt to force his show off the air. His accusation led to an unusual public response from the NSA, which said his allegations were “untrue” and that Carlson “has never been an intelligence target of the Agency and the NSA has never had any plans to try to take his program off the air.” Despite the lack of evidence – Carlson has only cited an anonymous government “whistleblower source” — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy called on the House Intelligence Committee to investigate his claims.
As the story continues to generate attention and stoke the public’s anger, it provides a textbook example of the disinformation techniques that fuel conspiracy theories – and illustrate what makes them so dangerous.
Carlson and his sponsor, Fox News, now are promoting his reinvention of the January 6th riot at the Capitol. Clearly this is a way to make money from gullible people who don't seem to know that "you can't expect to literally believe the words that come out of Carlson's mouth
Tucker Carlson continues pushing a sympathetic view of the Jan. 6 insurrection on his highly watched, prime-time Fox News program, which he has again used to promote his new “Patriot Purge” miniseries on the Fox Nation streaming service.
On Tuesday night, former Army officer Emily Rainey appeared on Carlson’s Fox News cable show to support the host’s narrative.
“Psychological operations is supposed to be conducted against ‘foreign’ audiences — that’s the key word,” she said, suggesting the chaos of Jan. 6 may have been orchestrated by the U.S government to vilify people like herself. In Carlson’s special, Rainey, a key figure, alleges “It is my opinion that false flags have happened in this country.”
This Patriot Purge
is a made-for-TV historical fantasy which has no basis in fact:
. . . Good people, honest people, true Americans, patriots, people just like you, are being cheated. Sinister forces inside the American government arranged all of this bad imagery in order to oppress you, to remove you, to eliminate you. Finally, it all makes sense.
This, in essence, is the plot and structure of Patriot Purge, a documentary produced by Tucker Carlson and Scooter Downey. The first of three parts is now airing on the streaming service Fox Nation. . . The point is to describe the events of January 6 as a false-flag operation cooked up inside the deepest layers of the American deep state—and thus to cast doubt on everything that will come out of Congress’s January 6 hearings, everything revealed by every Washington Post or network-television investigation, everything turned up by the FBI. For Fox viewers, this will come as an enormous relief. If all the disturbing facts can be ignored, then no lessons need be learned. Republicans in Congress and the Trump White House need never be blamed for their assault on the Constitution. The people who supported them need never question that support.
The lies and disinformation promoted by Carlson do come with a tangible price too:
. . . U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) plus Fox News hosts Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson promoted Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic deworming drug for cattle, horses and pigs as an alternative to the COVID-19 vaccine. Result: Overdose poisoning of humans, not animals.
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/tuckercarlson.com
This site is a source of political disinformation, pseudoscience, gossip, rumour and links to highly questionable sites (Mercola):
Press California is primarily a conservative news curation service that sometimes publishes original content. Articles and headlines feature loaded emotional wording that favors the right. . . all stories favor the right and denigrate the left, such as this Video: Unbelievable Stretch of Nonsensical Drunken Speech And Arm Waving From Nancy Pelosi. Press California frequently links to sources who promote anti-vaccination propaganda, such as this Dr. Robert Malone: ‘The Vaccinated Are Actually the Ones That Are Creating the Highest Risk for Everybody.’ The source for this story is the discredited pseudoscience quack Joseph Mercola and Dr. Robert Malone, who has advocated vaccine hesitancy. In general, they are extreme right-biased and completely lack credibility based on the poor sources they curate.
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/presscalifornia.com
The Post Millennial is a conservative Canadian online news magazine started in 2017. It publishes national and local news and has a large amount of opinion content. It has been well documented for promoting conspiracy theories, releasing misinformation and articles written by fake personas for past employment of an editor with ties to white supremacist-platforming and pro-Kremlin media outlets, and for opaque funding and political connections.
This site has failed quite a few fact checks:
Rainbow poppies not mandatory for Remembrance Day at Manitoba school – False
“almost nobody showed up” to Kamala Harris’ campaign stop in Asheville, North Carolina, on October 21 – Mostly False
“FLASHBACK: Final debate moderator busted on hot mic coaching Clinton campaign director.” – Mostly False
Harris Hasn’t Called Biden a ‘Racist’ or a ‘Rapist’ – False
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/thepostmillennial.com
This site is a source of medical quackery, medical and radical right-wing political disinformation and conspiracy and has links to known quacks (Mercola, Del Bigtree, etc.) Just a quick look at this site reveals just how deep it in conspiracy and quackery. Samples include:
"The Demonization of Core Americans"
which touts such fantasy as "Democrats’ march to a permanent one-party state" or claiming Democrats are "inviting in foreigners to vote for your party" (foreigners can't vote in general elections), a casual mention of "Tucker Carlson" (big hint of how bad this site is) — the whole article is taken from the discredited takimag.com See: https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/takis-magazine/
This site also makes false claims regarding COVID vaccinations: The Vaccine Is Killing More People than Covid, which points to an article from a notorious source of conspiracy, racism and cranky old fart nonsense, Paul Craig Roberts via PaulCraigRoberts.org See: https://forum.mywot.com/reputation-discussions-f5/rumour-gossip-and-fake-news-sites-t71902-s230.html#p278724
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/fastrope.com