July 24, 2017

Snopes Begging for Money Online

Snopes, the notoriously biased "fact-checking" website, has gone to GoFundMe in an attempt to keep their failing website afloat. The embattled site is currently locked into a legal battle with Proper Media, which accuses Bardav, Inc. (Snopes parent company) of engaging in "a lengthy scheme of concealment and subterfuge to gain control of the company and to drain its profits."

July 23, 2017

The One-Man Fake News Engine

During his interview of the White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, CNN's Jake Tapper concocted a backstory about his own childhood. An investigative piece published in Breitbart News quickly refuted those claims, proving that far from growing up in a working class neighborhood, Tapper was a child of wealth and privilege.   

Early Fake News

Chad Boukzam of Alternative Media Television (AMTV) traces the origins of today's Fake News back to the Yellow Journalism days of Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst. The Hidden Origin Of Fake News

An early example of Fake News on the cover of The World, a newspaper owned by Joseph Pulitzer.

July 22, 2017

Anti-Fake News Protest at CNN (Video)

Opponents of the Fake News media held a protest today in front of the CNN headquarters in Atlanta. The YouTube video below includes a brief interview with one of the protest organizers, Brian Maloney of Media Equalizer. 

Jake Tapper's Imaginative Imaginary Sources

Fake newsman Jake Tapper (CNN) claims radio host Sean Hannity has been barred from ever receiving the Buckley Award, citing anonymous sources who allegedly claimed Hannity caused unnamed conservatives to engage in "hand wringing." Sean Hannity will no longer receive Buckley Award after controversy

Ghoulish Fake News

The Des Moines Register attacked President Trump for describing the ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, and the New York Times as "FAKE NEWS." The bizarre article illogically and dishonestly suggests that the President's insights were somehow secretly an insult to George Bede Irvin, an Associated Press War Correspondent who died on July 25, 1944, as a result of a friendly-fire accident in France. 'Fake news' claim belies courage of journalists like Iowa WWII hero

Fake News, Real Hate

Based on the available evidence, I always thought that Media Matters was an extremist hate group making baseless accusations. Hate groups hide years of extremism behind baseless "fake news" accusations

A Portrait of Andrea Mitchell

Instapundit captured a Fake News image that's worth framing. Not only is MSNBC Fake News, it's blatant about it.

July 21, 2017

Politically Correct Junk Science

Global Warming and the dozens of newly invented genders are classic examples of Junk Science. Not surprisingly, the Fake News website USA Today doesn't dare mention them. Call junk science by its rightful name: Fake news

Fake News Standards

Katie Couric knows that lying about the right to keep and bear arms is de rigueur for the Fake News media. Sometimes, Heads Should Roll

July 20, 2017

The Many Faces of Fake News

Not all Fake News is driven by maliciousness and dishonesty. Sometimes Fake News is just due to mind boggling ignorance. CNN anchor thinks The Star Spangled Banner is the French National Anthem

Facebook's Fake News Double Standard

Facebook is disabling its users' ability to edit previews while exempting "original publishers" (the MSM) and allowing those sites to deceptively alter the headlines they post on Facebook. An MSM outlet can post one headline on Facebook even though its actual headline says something entirely different. In other words, the MSM can continue posting deceptive click bait articles. Facebook fights fake news spread via modified link previews

Fake News Hypocrisy

Katie failed to mention her role in the deceptively edited fake news documentary “Under the Gun.” Katie Couric: Fake news is tearing our country ‘apart at the seams’ 

July 18, 2017

Nancy Sinatra exposes CNN Fake News

This is why CNN should stick to fake "anonymous" sources.

Knoll’s Law of Media Accuracy

“Everything you read in the newspapers is absolutely true - except for the rare story of which you happen to have firsthand knowledge.” --Knoll’s Law of Media Accuracy