It’s called ‘the news,’ and here’s how it worked for Arkansas’ Sen. Tom Cotton’s completely plausible theory that COVID-19 came from a Chinese lab.
What the story really says is that both CBS and ’60 Minutes’ are willing to publish sloppy hit pieces on those who defy their narratives and no longer think it necessary to even remotely justify this propaganda.
In which Poynter frets that a new social media app doesn’t archive everything to be fact-checked later on.
Over the past several years, dressed up in official-sounding titles, the fact-checkers have allied themselves with some of the most powerful private companies to have ever existed.
The initiative describes itself as a public service program, one that seeks to reinvigorate a local journalism industry that’s struggling to survive.
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