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RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 4:17 am
by A440
I would like to submit another disinformation site:

This site posts click-bait style leades and most articles have no substantial links to reliable sources, for example:

Here is an alleged article about a man and a now disproved theory about the Democratic National Party having hired a hitman to kill Seth Rich. ( see
This alleged article is simply a link to a youtube video where Roger Stone is interviewed. There are no factual links or documentation therein. This is all rumour, hearsay, gossip, etc.

The editor-in-chief for this disinformation site is also Patrick Howley – a writer for the Breitbart, which is a recognized disseminator of politically biased rumor and conspiracy theories. Howley also has written for The Washington Free Beacon and the The Daily Caller – both of which have been previously listed as fake news sites in this thread.

This site is clearly an extension of older conspiracy and rumour sites that were created for the purpose of spreading politically motivated disinformation.

Please feel free to [url= t=_self]rate this site here[/url].

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 5:13 pm
by A440
This is a heads-up about a new site to track Russian disinformation tweets:

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 9:32 am
by A440
Here is yet another conspiracy and rumour site, dressed up as if it is news:
Here is one prime example of their handiwork – another expose on the "Satanic spirit cooking" nutcase conspiracy:

Not only is this a fable that originates with a performance artist (Marina Abramovic) who is simply doing some nutty performance piece, this site's links contain proof of no validity whatsoever. (
The author of this piece is also very much a fake Mona Lisa of sorts, whom has drawn the attention of other strange people: or,

I invite you to [url= t=_self]rate the site accordingly[/url].

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:09 am
by A440
Another strange and belated entry is

This site links to Donald Trump's site and contains absolutely no valid links that point to any reliable information of any sort.
If there was any actual verifiable information therein, that would be legitimate, however this site is all basically libel and should be rated as being a disinformation site with no merit. This no different from someone posting their opinions and claiming that such is fact. Opinion is not fact.

[url= t=_self]Rate this here[/url].

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 11:48 pm
by A440
Another reason why this thread is important - two-thirds of Americans get news from social media:

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:50 am
by A440
Some more sites that are a source of rumour, gossip, libel, etc. and promote hate.
These sites are also linked to Russian sources (

List of domains/hosts
Both listed use tabloid-style headers with misleading click-bait headers.

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 4:16 am
by A440
I submit another site for consideration

This site engages in spreading rumor for the sake of generating clicks (click-bait), thus we have this rumor offered as news:

The real story is that this was a cheap rumor and has been denounced by Huffington herself:

Please <a href="">rate this site</ahref> appropriately.

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 5:32 am
by A440
Another entry for a conspiracy website:

This site allegedly offers a list of accomplishments by the current administration, which may or may not be accurate, however, some of the links are downright specious:
Note the conspiracy ladened phrases such as:“false flag terrorism”, genetically modified crops, the use of “algorithmic censorship” of social media, “rogue intel factions” at the CIA and Mossad, a “network of global corporate control”, “Luciferian rituals”, secret societies like the Knights Templar and the Jesuits, and “trauma based mind control.”

Please feel free to rate this site accordingly.

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:26 am
by A440
Here are yet more instances demonstrating the unreliability of, especially since recent site comments falsely claim that down rating this site is due to "political views" or "liberals" – disinformation, gossip and lies are just that and here is a clear example of such:
This rumour was proven wrong by and was reported on by

or this one:

I again endorse rating truthfeednews for their inclusion of rumor and disinformation.

RE: Rumour, Gossip and Fake News Sites

Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 3:54 am
by A440
I have two more sites for consideration.


Why? To quote one commenter regarding their unethical and fraudulent attempts to promote their own political agenda:
Any organization that uses fraud to engage in framing issues to suit their own political agenda, is as crooked as any snake, no matter which side of the border the snake came from.
Legitimate organizations that promote political points of view mostly use media promotion of arguments to promote their ideas.
Project Veritas does no such thing.


The New Yorkers article is quite compelling to read too.

Please rate these fraudsters here.

Secondly, I ask you to consider

Their site promotes some incredulous stories that link to sources such as:
"Tyler Durden" @

You can rate this site here.