The Washington Post, which has advocated for restricting free speech to combat "disinformation," claimed in a tweet and on its website on Monday that George Floyd was "shot and killed" by police. Read More.
Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald broke down the history of the Trump-Alfa Bank lie in a series of tweets on May 21 and slammed the two "reporters," The Atlantic’s Natasha Bertrand and Franklin Foer, who were at the center of spreading it. Read More.
Truth commissar. Disinformation czar. Queen of cringe. Nina Jankowicz, director of Team Biden's Ministry of Truth, also known as the Disinformation Governance Board, has been awarded all of the above titles by independent media. Read More.
Jen Psaki's last day as Team Biden's mouthpiece is May 13. As Psaki is rotated to the Democrat Party's media wing (MSNBC), Karine Jean-Pierre steps in to the White House press secretary role. Read More.
Sales of "2000 Mules", Dinesh D'Souza's film which documents 2020 election ballot harvesting, were strong enough to place it in the estimated box office top ten for movies released this past weekend. Read More.
Here in the USA, news about Elon Musk and his takeover of Twitter is dominating the airways and headlines. The crash of CNN's new offshoot, dubbed "CNN-Plus" is passing with little public attention, only with sobs from woke journalists. Read More.
Wikipedia has deleted an entry for Rosemont Seneca Partners, Hunter Biden's investment firm that is at the center of his shady deals with foreign entities during Joe Biden's time as vice president. Read More.
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