Don’t FAKE NEWS Me Bro!!


A Personal Essay By John M Jones III (3/14/19)

In your search for REAL news it is important that you remember the following:

ANY foreign or domestic tv or radio network is not a credible news source!

late night tv is not a credible news source!

saturday night live is not a credible news source!

local or national news on ANY network is not a credible news source!

a newspaper, magazine, or an internet blog are not a credible news source!

youtube, facebook, twiiter, or ANY social media platform are not a credible news source!

An editorial or editorial section of any kind if NOT a credible news source!

google, bing, yahoo or ANY search engine are not a credible news source!

a campaign speech is not a credible news source!

a speech in front of congress is not a credible news source!

a public congressional hearing is not a credible news source!

a leak from a congressional office is not a credible news source!

If you want a credible news find sources that uses FACTS rather than Opinionated, Biased, Inflammatory, Subjective, Misleading, Omission-filled, Out of Context, Hearsay, Anonymous, Unsubstantiated and Uncorroborated or an Out-Right Untruthful (LIES) statements. Just in case some of you so called journalist or snowflakes are reading this here’s what all those long and complicated words mean! (see below) Maybe if you understood them a little better you wouldn’t be the ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE and of AMERICA!

Facts: a thing that is known or proved to be true

b. a piece of information presented as having objective reality

Fact checking: a. is the process of attempting to verify or disprove assertions made in speech, print media or online content. The practice is essential for integrity in any area where claims are made, including government, journalism and business.

Biased: a. favoring one person or side over another

b. While biased can just mean having a preference for one thing over another, it also is synonymous with "prejudiced," and that prejudice can be taken to the extreme. Sometimes a person is so biased, or is leaning so far in one direction, that it's hard to see the other position, creating unfairness in an argument or decision.

Inflammatory: a. arousing to action or rebellion

Synonyms: incendiary, incitive, instigative, rabble-rousing, seditious provocative

Subjective: a. taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias

Synonyms: prejudiced, emanating from a person's emotions and prejudices

unobjective, unverifiable, (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verified

Misleading: a. lead someone in the wrong direction or give someone wrong directions

Synonyms: lead astray, misdirect, misguide

b. give false or misleading information to

Synonyms: misinform

Omission: a. neglecting to do something; leaving out or passing over something

Types: elision, exception, exclusion: a deliberate act of omission

Type of: disregard, neglect: lack of attention and due care

Context: a. the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event

Synonyms: circumstance, setting

Types: the prevailing context that influences the performance or the outcome of a process

b. n discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation

Synonyms: context of use, linguistic context

Type of: discourse, extended verbal expression in speech or writing

Hearsay: a. gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth

Synonyms: rumor, rumour

Type of: comment, gossip, scuttlebutt

a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people

b. heard through another rather than directly

Anonymous: a. (of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name.

synonyms: unnamed, of unknown name, nameless, incognito, unidentified, unknown, unspecified, undesignated, unacknowledged, mystery; unsung; rareinnominate, unsigned, unattributed, unattested, uncredited

Unsubstantiated: a. unsupported by other evidence

Synonyms: uncorroborated, unsupported

b. not sustained or maintained by nonmaterial aid

Uncorroborated: a. unsupported by other evidence

Synonyms: unsubstantiated, unsupported

b. not sustained or maintained by nonmaterial aid

Not truthful: a. not expressing or given to expressing the truth

Synonyms: dishonest, dishonorable: deceptive or fraudulent; disposed to cheat or defraud or deceive

mendacious: given to lying

lie: a. to make an untrue statement with intent to deceive

b : to create a false or misleading impression

c. to bring about by telling lies

Snowflake Alert!: Personal Message from the author: Karma will come after all journalists who lie and the snowflakes that support them. You BOTH are evil and as a bad people you will get what is coming to you! Karma is the societal police, and it WILL come get you all because you are the worse kind of human beings and I hope I will be there to see it!-JMJ


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