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FBI Whistleblower Goes Public; Nord Stream Pipeline Explosions; ‘CHS Corruption Cover Up Network’
Oct 1, 2022 13:24:08   #
Ri-chard Loc: 23322
 
In this livestream episode, we’ll discuss FBI whistleblower Steve Friend’s allegations of FBI abuse in the handling of probes into the events of Jan. 6, 2021, the recent Nord Stream pipeline explosions, the Igor Danchenko case, and what Kash Patel calls the “confidential human source corruption cover-up network.” We also touch on the situation at the border, and the significance of the White House walking back so many of President Joe Biden’s statements.

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Oct 1, 2022 13:39:06   #
Airforceone
 
Ri-chard wrote:
In this livestream episode, we’ll discuss FBI whistleblower Steve Friend’s allegations of FBI abuse in the handling of probes into the events of Jan. 6, 2021, the recent Nord Stream pipeline explosions, the Igor Danchenko case, and what Kash Patel calls the “confidential human source corruption cover-up network.” We also touch on the situation at the border, and the significance of the White House walking back so many of President Joe Biden’s statements.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus
Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV
Truth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@EpochTV

Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus
Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV
Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV

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In this livestream episode, we’ll discuss FBI whis... (show quote)



Here comes the Lies and the BS

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Oct 1, 2022 13:41:42   #
pegw
 
I went and clicked on your links, but I either couldn't find the topic we are supposed to be discussing, or they requested you sign up for their email or they required you to let them send cookies. None of which I wanted to do. I looked up your sources on the web and both were rated low on Media Bias. Rumble was rated as a questionable source, very low on truth scale.

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Oct 1, 2022 15:36:07   #
Ri-chard Loc: 23322
 
pegw wrote:
I went and clicked on your links, but I either couldn't find the topic we are supposed to be discussing, or they requested you sign up for their email or they required you to let them send cookies. None of which I wanted to do. I looked up your sources on the web and both were rated low on Media Bias. Rumble was rated as a questionable source, very low on truth scale.


It's obvious you didn't look up anything or read anything because they are not Ri-chard's sources. Nice attempt at ?????
Judging by my private messages you may be the only one having comprehension problems.

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Oct 2, 2022 13:11:05   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
pegw wrote:
I went and clicked on your links, but I either couldn't find the topic we are supposed to be discussing, or they requested you sign up for their email or they required you to let them send cookies. None of which I wanted to do. I looked up your sources on the web and both were rated low on Media Bias. Rumble was rated as a questionable source, very low on truth scale.


The legitimate sources are always rated questionable by leftists they only prescribe to cnn and other fake news sites! Twitter, google, farcebook, yahoo

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Oct 2, 2022 13:30:10   #
Ri-chard Loc: 23322
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
The legitimate sources are always rated questionable by leftists they only prescribe to cnn and other fake news sites! Twitter, google, farcebook, yahoo


Correct, the Liberal Socialist are not at all cost to know the truth. It would make too many snowflakes.

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Oct 2, 2022 13:36:15   #
Justice101
 
pegw wrote:
I went and clicked on your links, but I either couldn't find the topic we are supposed to be discussing, or they requested you sign up for their email or they required you to let them send cookies. None of which I wanted to do. I looked up your sources on the web and both were rated low on Media Bias. Rumble was rated as a questionable source, very low on truth scale.


Media Bias/Fact Check
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Media Bias/Fact Check
Media Bias Fact Check wordmark.png
Founded 2015; 7 years ago
Headquarters Greensboro, North Carolina
Owner Dave M. Van Zandt[1]
URL mediabiasfactcheck.com Edit this at Wikidata
Current status Active
Media Bias/Fact Check (MBFC) is an American fact-checking website founded in 2015 by editor Dave M. Van Zandt.[1] It uses a 0–10 scale to rate sites on two areas: bias and factual accuracy. It has been criticised for its methodology and accuracy.[2]

Methodology

Chart showing the degree of bias rating given to CNN
Van Zandt and his team use a 0–10 scale to rate sites for biased wording, headlines, actuality, sourcing, story choices, and political affiliation. There is a criterion for factual accuracy based on failed fact checks.[3] The group has also sorted hundreds of web pages into the ideological categories of: Left, Left Center, Least Biased, Right Center, and Right.[4] Van Zandt admits he is not an expert and that "his methods are not rigorously objective."[5]

Usage
The site has been used by researchers at the University of Michigan to create a tool called the "Iffy Quotient", which draws data from Media Bias/Fact Check and NewsWhip to track the prevalence of "fake news" and questionable sources on social media.[6][7][8]

Reception
According to Daniel Funke and Alexios Mantzarlis of the Poynter Institute, "Media Bias/Fact Check is a widely cited source for news stories and even studies about misinformation, despite the fact that its method is in no way scientific."[2] In 2018, the Columbia Journalism Review identified Media Bias/Fact Check as "an armchair media analysis."[9] Additionally, the Columbia Journalism Review described Media Bias/Fact Check as an amateur attempt at categorizing media bias and characterized their assessments as "subjective assessments [that] leave room for human biases, or even simple inconsistencies, to creep in".

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Oct 2, 2022 14:11:46   #
Ri-chard Loc: 23322
 
Justice101 wrote:
Media Bias/Fact Check
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigationJump to search
Media Bias/Fact Check
Media Bias Fact Check wordmark.png
Founded 2015; 7 years ago
Headquarters Greensboro, North Carolina
Owner Dave M. Van Zandt[1]
URL mediabiasfactcheck.com Edit this at Wikidata
Current status Active
Media Bias/Fact Check (MBFC) is an American fact-checking website founded in 2015 by editor Dave M. Van Zandt.[1] It uses a 0–10 scale to rate sites on two areas: bias and factual accuracy. It has been criticised for its methodology and accuracy.[2]

Methodology

Chart showing the degree of bias rating given to CNN
Van Zandt and his team use a 0–10 scale to rate sites for biased wording, headlines, actuality, sourcing, story choices, and political affiliation. There is a criterion for factual accuracy based on failed fact checks.[3] The group has also sorted hundreds of web pages into the ideological categories of: Left, Left Center, Least Biased, Right Center, and Right.[4] Van Zandt admits he is not an expert and that "his methods are not rigorously objective."[5]

Usage
The site has been used by researchers at the University of Michigan to create a tool called the "Iffy Quotient", which draws data from Media Bias/Fact Check and NewsWhip to track the prevalence of "fake news" and questionable sources on social media.[6][7][8]

Reception
According to Daniel Funke and Alexios Mantzarlis of the Poynter Institute, "Media Bias/Fact Check is a widely cited source for news stories and even studies about misinformation, despite the fact that its method is in no way scientific."[2] In 2018, the Columbia Journalism Review identified Media Bias/Fact Check as "an armchair media analysis."[9] Additionally, the Columbia Journalism Review described Media Bias/Fact Check as an amateur attempt at categorizing media bias and characterized their assessments as "subjective assessments [that] leave room for human biases, or even simple inconsistencies, to creep in".
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