If NBC and Megyn Kelly thought they would reap a ratings bonanza by interviewing the highly controversial operator of the Infowars website, Alex Jones, they were sadly mistaken. “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” averaged 3.53 million viewers in its Sunday 7 p.m. time slot, the second week in a row that viewership has dropped since […]
When they were debunked, there really wasn’t any retraction on the part of the liberal media. Just the narrative remained, but isn’t that their goal all along? Ben Shapiro at the Daily Wire with the story: This is hardly the first time a leftist LGBT person has hoaxed his or her way into the news. […]
A great summary from the American Thinker, detailing several instances where hoax ‘hate crimes’ hit the national news cycle, only to be debunked.
Whole Foods, of all places, was accused of writing “Love Wins Fag” on a cake for the homosexual pastor Jordan Brown. But, it was debunked by Whole Foods’ internal security video. Now, Whole Foods is pursuing a lawsuit against him for this accusation. So much for social justice warrior by day, social media star by […]
The Federalist took a closer look at the widely-reported ‘poop swastika’ that sparked the hunger strike and football team protest of the president of the University of Missouri (i.e. Mizzou), who resigned this past week. It appears it is yet another college campus hoax meant to further a narrative of the Left.
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4/20/2016 - Why are There So Many Anti-LGBT Hoax ‘Hate Crimes’ Out There?
4/20/2016 - Cake Hoax Involves Homosexual Pastor and Whole Foods in Austin, Texas
11/12/2015 - Was the Mizzou Poop Swastika a Hoax? Looks like it