Erielle Davidson writes at The Federalist that we should stop listening to the media on national security issues since they are always wrong.
The Washington Post printed an op-ed full of fake news about public school spending. Corey DeAngelis of the Reason Foundation called them out for it.
Over the last 12 months, many of the biggest stories America’s major media broadcast turned out to be … flat wrong.
Canadian cartoonist Michael de Adder released a cartoon of Donald Trump playing golf over the bodies of two drowned migrants which went viral Wednesday. CNN claimed the cartoonist was fired because of the cartoon. Turns out, that’s not true.
This was a great exchange over fake news btw/ White House press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders versus very biased TV reporter, CNN’s Jim Acosta.
The Washington Post added a video to Facebook on Wednesday advising its readers on how to spot and avoid fake news on the internet.
What is fake news? Is Donald Trump correct when he says CNN, The New York Times, and other mainstream outlets report fake news? Commentator and bestselling author Andrew Klavan explains in a new Prager University video.
Back in late November, the Washington Post got the ball rolling on alleged fake news websites post-election 2016. Turns out, the story was false. Now, they’ve issued a correction.