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The public has recognized that Corporate, Chamber of Commerce Republicans,
and Wall Street Democrats
are the same party, and serve the same constituency,
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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Revealed: The Unhinged Feminist Behind the Defamatory Hit List of Targeted Conservative Websites

From Gateway Pundit:
After Hillary’s resounding election defeat the Democrat-media complex wants to blacklist conservative websites and block their traffic and influence. 
The media is using a list of fake news sites to target and ban conservative news organizations. 
Paul Joseph Watson discussed the list in one of his videos this week.

Merrimack College assistant professor Melissa Zimdars, author of the “fake news” list circulated online (is) a leftist, Trump-bashing assistant professor in Massachusetts who specialized in “fat studies” is behind the effort to target and discredit legitimate news organizations. 
Meet Merrimack College Assistant Professor Melissa Zimdars, a 30-something self-identified feminist and activist who has expressed great dislike for President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence. 
She’s only actually held her teaching position at the private college in North Andover, Mass., for 15 months. 
Zimdars published and circulated a list of “fake, false, or regularly misleading websites that are shared on Facebook and social media.” 
She said she began writing the list because she didn’t approve of the sources her students were citing. 
The problem? In addition to some satirical and bogus sites, her list attacks the credibility of well-established news organizations such as Breitbart, BizPac Review, Red State, the Blaze, the Independent Journal Review, Twitchy, the Daily Wire, WND and James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas. 
In many cases (such as with her WND listing), she offers no explanation for why the news organizations were included on the list. Mainstream media outlets such as the Los Angeles Times circulated Zimdars’ growing list. 
The Times headlined its story, “Want to keep fake news out of your newsfeed? College professor creates list of sites to avoid.” The Times offered no details concerning Zimdars’ qualifications or background. 
News organizations such as CNN, the Washington Post, Boston Globe, New York Magazine, USA Today, Business Insider, the Austin American-Statesman, the Dallas Morning News and others spread the list like gospel and cited it in their reports. 
But nearly none of them considered Zimdars’ political leanings or questioned her criteria or qualifications for determining which news sources should be included on her list.
AND THEN THERE'S THIS:

IT BEGINS: Far Left Leader Proposes “Truth Squads” to Disseminate Only Approved Propaganda to Global Community

AND THIS:


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1 Comments:

Blogger Always On Watch said...

A few years ago, I had occasion to tutor a low-level secretary at the CIA.

For some reason, she had been assigned to write a research paper. The topic: Islam. She was pointedly told not to cite certain sources; Robert Spencer's writing were among those banned sources.

During the Obama administration, the CIA's library and the War College's library were purged of all materials written by certain Islamophobes. I'm sure that I don't have to provide those names. Again, I know about these purges because of a couple of my former students, who worked at those places.

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