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Re: toddstarnes.com – pants on fire
Posted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 2:46 pm
This is a classical, political disinformation, click-bait site that should be down rated:
ToddStarnes.com reports news with a far-right bias that is not always factual as evidenced by several failed fact checks and the promotion of conspiracy theories as seen at mediabiasfactcheck.com
Failed Fact Checks
- The Austin Independent School District board voted to mandate “a pornographic sex education policy that includes instruction on anal sex and how to place a condom on an erect penis.” – Mostly False
“Students at the University of Texas in Austin have been advised not to wear cowboy boots or cowboy hats on Halloween.” – False
Liberals have figured out a Facebook algorithm and “all the people getting banned from Facebook are somehow conservatives.” – False
A new high school textbook describes U.S. President Donald Trump as “mentally ill” and his supporters as racist. – Mostly False
Churches are required by the local government to record and register lists of attendees for tracking purposes in Kansas City, Missouri. – False
Please rate this accordingly here:
Posted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 2:58 pm
This site is a source of a right biased Pseudoscience that sometimes promotes misleading claims regarding science. Generally, FaithIt publishes news stories that align with the Christian Right and sometimes are not factual:
Please rate this site accordingly here:
Re: Americanthinker.com – an oxymoron if ever
Posted: Sun Jul 26, 2020 4:18 pm
is yet another site that promotes political innuendo, conspiracies, false information, etc. as being newsworthy.
. . . According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, American Thinker has published Anti-LGBT articles, as well as those by prominent white nationalist, Jared Taylor. Further, American Thinker routinely publishes conspiracy theories, such as those by Pamela Geller, who is also on the SPLC’s hate watch list due to anti-Islam positions: Report: Obama said ‘I Am a Muslim’, which has been debunked as a false claim. They have also promoted conspiracies about the Seth Rich Murder and they have published numerous articles that are not supportive of the consensus of science, such as this one: The Hoax of ‘Climate Change’
Please rate this site accordingly: www.mywot.com/scorecard/americanthinker.com
Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 1:57 am
There are liars and then there are – political disinformation sites that spread harmful information:
This group has knowingly promoted lies and disinformation by creating and spreading a disinformation video, which in turn was spread on social media. They also likely have a connection to the Tea Party Patriots – a known political agitator group:
(this) video had been designed specifically to appeal to internet conspiracists and conservatives eager to see the economy reopen, with a setting and characters to lend authenticity.
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/americasfrontlinedoctors.com
Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 2:26 am
This is another political disinformation site which is far-eight biased and questionable due to a lack of transparency, poor sourcing, promotion of conspiracy theories, and the publishing demonstrably false claims.
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/thefreedomtimes.com
Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 2:31 am
This site is a source of so much conspiracy theory crap that even I am astonished.
This is also yet another Mike Adams site, created for the sake of making money:
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/GMO.news
Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 2:49 am
Yet another site that promotes medical quackery. This site promotes the views of several quack pseudoscientists such as Mercola, Dr. Oz, and Mike Adams from Natural News. Finally, NaturalCures.com features original articles that do not offer hyperlinked sourcing such as this Resisting Media Hype.
Please feel free to rate this site accordingly: https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/naturalcures.com