You know Joe, you really puzzle me. You declare the media to be fake news and then you quote the New York Post because you don't necessarily have the brainpower to deduce that a professional sounding name does not automatically equate to a professional company.
Overall we rate the New York Post on the far end of Right-Center Biased due to story selection that typically favors the Right and Mixed (borderline questionable) for factual reporting based on several failed fact checks.
The strange thing is that all of the sources you slander as fake news have good fact check records over a long period of time, and the alternative media you cite always has a terrible fact check record over a short period of time.
Do you see the problem here?
Side: Wait..., what? No!
BTW, the quote (in bold text) in your post above.... is fake news from a liberal biased company
Ahahahaha! Oh, I see. So the media is liberal biased and the companies which monitor the media for bias are also liberal biased. It is just so absolutely laughable what they can convince you idiots of. You are quite literally the most gullible population in world history. 😆
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