YouTube Plans to Add “Information Panels” to “Fake News” Videos

Now that YouTube is “cracking down on conspiracy videos,” I expect my “The Real Syria Story” video produced for Newsbud in 2016—currently at over 900,00 views—will have an “information panel” designed to debunk it as a conspiracy theory. It will link to Wikipedia, known for its leftwing bias.  Continue reading “YouTube Plans to Add “Information Panels” to “Fake News” Videos”

Killed by Fake News

Back in July The Washington Post posted a negative article aimed at encrypted message services. 

Government hates not being able to get into your devices. It hates the very idea that meal ticket plebs can talk without the overlords listening in—on national security grounds, of course. 

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Free Stuff Come November

I just read another Max Boot editorial posted by The Washington Post, the former crown jewel of the CIA’s Operation Mockingbird. 

Max is a Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow. He’s part of a klatch of neocons who have dominated US foreign policy since the election of George W. Bush. In his latest Post article, Boot argues the election of Donald Trump wouldn’t have been possible without the interference and meddling of Russia.  Continue reading “Free Stuff Come November”

More Russian Election Interference Nonsense

The one-party political class fears competition and hates criticism. That’s basically what the Russian election meddling narrative is all about.

The latest accusation comes from Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford. He told ABC News the political class has to “be very aware that the Russians are trying to be able to interfere in our elections every other way they can to be able to harvest information and then to be able to use that against our democracy.” Continue reading “More Russian Election Interference Nonsense”