First, lets start with an unrelated tweet:
— HumanProgress.org (@humanprogress) December 1, 2016
That is quite a trend and it will probably continue as technology advances. I have no data to confirm my hunch, but there exist another trend, a downward trend no less, that has continued to dog the mainstream media. The internet has destroyed the stranglehold that broadcast and print media possessed. Trump’s victory is a testament to the decreased influence of the mainstream media. And now we hearing about fake news. The thinking public knows what the fake news is all about and the mainstream media turns out to be the purveyor of almost all of it.
— Lori Hendry 🐸 (@Lrihendry) December 13, 2016
Here’s a great summation of the year’s fake news stories:
— Νia🚨JustBlameRussia (@nia4_trump) December 11, 2016
And just how does fake news start?
Washington Post cites an unnamed source,
NY Times cites Washington Post,
Every other MSM outlet cites NY Times and Washington Post #FakeNews
— Craig R. Brittain (@CraigRBrittain) December 12, 2016
Of course, all her worth is concentrated in reading a telepromter. It reminds me of someone else.
MSNBC caught reporting “Fake News”! Lying about Trump & Fox. Forced to apologize ON AIR! HaHaHa pic.twitter.com/d6fqf0SkuF
— SL (@SLandinSoCal) December 12, 2016
And when we are given a wonderful view into the sordid email correspondence of the Democrat party, it is somehow “illegal” to read what was posted at Wikileaks:
— EAGLE WINGS (@ConstanceQueen8) December 12, 2016