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Satire is more Accurate & Believable than Fake News

Posted by taxguru on April 20, 2019

We are definitely in strange times, where almost all of the conventional sources of information have abandoned any pretense of objective journalism and become vicious propagandists in support of their Marxist agenda.   Finding practitioners of good old fashioned true objective and skeptical journalism is a tough task.  A good philosophy has long been to consider the source when reading, seeing or hearing some bit of information.  What has been their past record for unbiased accuracy?  As anyone who has followed the mainstream media should realize, that record has been abysmal; which means that we need to start from the assumption that anything they say is wrong, aka Fake News, until proven by reliable unbiased sources to be accurate.   

Even more ironic than the realization that our news media cannot be trusted to give us anything resembling the truth, is the fact that websites that openly proclaim themselves to be satirical are often publishing material that is much more accurate than anything from the mainstream media. 

For example, these recent pieces from the amazingly creative team at The Babylon Bee are much more accurate and believable than anything from the mainstream, aka Drive-By, media.

Poll Finds Most People OK With Raising Taxes On Other People

IRS Still Waiting For Liberals To Voluntarily Mail Their Refund Checks Back

Everyone Who Attended Bernie Sanders’ Town Hall Has Reported Their Wallet Missing

Bernie Sanders Vows To Be More Generous With Your Money In The Future

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