After years of uniformly negative and partisan reporting on the Trump administration, the media came up with a new concept designed to restore its credibility – fact checking.
But now the fact checkers suffer from the same credibility problems.
So where do 73 million Trump voters who suspect their candidate was robbed in the recent election go for information? They go to social media, which is a Pandora’s box of raw, unfiltered information that has no real indices of credibility.
It is supremely ironic that Democrats and the media complain that social media is awash with misinformation about the election results. They accuse Republicans of using social media to instill distrust in America’s election, with Vox claiming Trump is attempting a coup.
In fact, what Trump is doing is attempting to insure the election was fair and trustworthy, which he has every right to do. And his supporters are looking for unbiased information.
Speaking of Facts…
Just like pollsters who predicted a Democratic rout that never materialized, fact-checkers have lost all credibility.
The giant in the fact checking industry is PolitiFact, a supposedly non-partisan organization that is affiliated with The Poynter Institute of St. Petersburg, Fl, which is classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity. Poynter’s major donors include Facebook, Google and Open Society Foundations. The latter was founded by Hungarian billionaire George Soros, who, according to Remix News, donated more than $50 million into the 2020 U.S. presidential election to take down Donald Trump.Continue reading “Trump Supporters Cast About For Credible Info On Election”