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Do you find it somewhat amusing when the corporate media says to beware of fake news?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
It's called Irony
- 1 month ago
"Fake news" is a term that has come to mean various things to various individuals. At its center, we are characterizing "fake news" as those news stories that are bogus: the actual story is manufactured, with no irrefutable realities, sources, or statements. Some of the time these accounts might be propaganda that is deliberately intended to deceive the peruser, or might be planned as "clickbait" composed for monetary motivators (the essayist benefits on the quantity of individuals who click on the story).
- 1 month ago
It's hilarious.. they must think they are still actually news people.. haven't figured out that they are being used!
- Anonymous1 month ago
Bad sheep! They are spinning the news to keep you safe.
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- KiethLv 71 month ago
Fake news is news that can't be verified, like forty tons of ballots dumped by the side of the road, when nobody can find any ballots. Or ballot counting machines being rigged, when the hand count is the same.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 71 month ago
This may come as a shock to you, you better sit down. 'Fake news' does not mean just any news that Trump found embarrassing. And you know what? Trump lost the election! That's not fake news. A man who tells THIRTY THOUSAND lies in a four-year presidency doesn't really have the qualifications to determine fake news. 8^)
- donnieLv 71 month ago
They are saying DON'T WATCH MY NETWORK