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Smearing Conservative news sites as the chief purveyors of “Fake News” is a strictly feminist creation.
Calling out Conservative publications as Fake News took rise in the immediate aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s stunning, historic and impossible-to-accept loss to Donald Trump.
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Left in exile by the outcome of Election 2016, the Democrats moved with lightning speed to drop the Fake News smear on the doorstep of Conservative news publications.
They desperately needed to hide the scope of the down and dirty tricks they put into play during a presidential election campaign best described as unprecedented.
Distractions - Counsel - Robert - Mueller - Evidence
They needed big distractions while waiting for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to come up with the evidence of a Russia/Trump collusion conspiracy that would impeach America’s unexpected 45th.
Nothing like the Marxist Fine Art of Projection to make the enemy look like the bad guy.
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It was time to unleash fake professor, feminist, and activist Melissa “Mish” Zimdars of Merrimack College in Massachusetts on the ‘fake news is conservative’ conspiracy.
That way the progressive left could continue building the bombs but get narcissist Zimdars to throw them.
Bomb - Number - One - List - News
Bomb Number One was a fake list of fake news practitioners.
“She has organized liberal protest rallies against student debt and refers to conservatives as the “DARK SIDE.”
News - List - Zimdars - False - Misleading
So powerful was the fake news list Zimdars created, “False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical ‘News’ Sources,” shortly after Hillary Clinton’s defeat in the presidential election, it went viral.
“Zimdars runs the “OpenSources.co” project, which continuously updates the database for online developers to “leverage in the fight against fake, false, conspiratorial, and misleading news.”
Database - Professionals - Source - Inaccuracy - Biases
“Our database is maintained by professionals who have analyzed each source, looking for overall inaccuracy, extreme biases, lack of transparency, and other kinds of misinformation,” the website states.
“One article and video at a time, I’m gradually bringing my Dad and brother back from the propagandistic, conservative/Republican DARK SIDE,” Zimdars tweeted...
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