Wednesday, November 16, 2016

FUNNY: LA Times produces list of "fake new sites" that includes a bunch o' sites more accurate than it is

Kemberlee Kaye at Legal Insurrection points us to another example of hysterical media at its finest.

Having blamed James Comey, Russia, John Podesta, Julian Assange, warmal colding, and screwed up computer algorithms for the failure of a screeching, unhealthy, and unpopular harridan to achieve the presidency, the latest culprit appears to be "fake news".

You rednecks -- of all races, religions and ethnic backgrounds who voted for Donald J. Trump -- are too stupid to distinguish fact from fiction, got it?
To help you out, the Melissa Zimdars, Assistant Professor of Communication at Merrimack College in Massachusetts, created a list of, “false, misleading, clickbait-y and satirical ‘news’ sources.” The LA Times published the list.
You read that right.

The Los Angeles Times, one of the most biased news sources in the U.S. -- which is still withholding the controversial videotape of Barack Obama toasting PLO terrorist Rashid Khalidi -- claims to be the arbiter of fake news.

Among the sites that are more accurate and legitimate than the Times itself, which the nutty professor listed as "fake" include:

Curiously, Zimdars failed to list CBS (home of Dan Rather), NBC (home of Brian Williams), and the innumerable other mainstream "news" sources have been outed as straight-up purveyors of Democrat propaganda.

Hat tip: Speaking of real, uncensored news....


reverendken said...

new bookmarks, oops I already got those and I visit them daily, HAHAHAHAHA

eeemail said...

'Professor' Zimdar forgot to include her own twitter(home of the twits),Facebook(home of the faceless),and eeeeemail(squeal like a pig,boy)accounts.Fake news appears on all of those.Melissa is,if you know her,really not to be taken seriously anyway.It wasn't her impeccable scholastic performance that won her the 'professor's' gig.

Teapartydoc said...

The irony of all this is that in moving to regulate speech they are going to end up getting their way because the laws that will be necessary to defend free speech in ostensibly private domains like FB and Twitter will in fact end up regulating speech. Then it will be a matter of who is control of interpreting the law.

Mike said...

Does anyone still visit Red State?
I know I've lost faith in them months ago

Anonymous said...

It is NOT funny at all. It is an all out assault on the 1st Amendment and needs to be taken extremely seriously.