The Least Trustworthy Source in the Media?

by | Mar 6, 2017 | Videos | 9 comments


It’s official: The Corbett Report is fake news and the most unreliable source in the media. So says Le Monde and dozens of other “fake news checking” websites that are telling the masses what to think, and what they shouldn’t even look at in the first place. Aren’t you glad you’re not one of the masses?

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  1. It’s great they put out their lists like they do, I’ve found alt websites I didn’t know about!!

  2. Every dollar you give is a big middle finger to the Media-industrial-complex, give as many as you can, I know I will!

    • I agree and just signed up for a monthly contribution. Screw the MSM, lets support James and those like him so the truth gets told.

  3. Oh you tricky fake news distributor James Corbett!!

    How dare you make up a story about the gold below the towers!
    How dare you try and show a connection between AIG and Marsh & McLennan!
    How dare you remind people about the Put Options!
    How dare you remind people about Convar and the reconstituted hard drives!
    How dare you mention Idira Singh and PTech!
    How dare you mention Sibel Edmonds, Barry Jennings, Michael Springmann, and Richard Grove!

    Your punishment is to never be given any outlet on the MSM. MSNBC, Fox, and CNN will never contact you for an interview!! So that will teach you.

    As always – thanks for all that you do and keep up the great work.

  4. Hi James,
    I am logged in, but cannot see the video of you with Broc West… where can I find it?


  5. Yup, I’ll second that and have just had my monthly subscription processed.

  6. March 2017 – document via Harvard University

    Corbett Report listed as a “False, Misleading….” News Source.
    [They don’t need the link back to help their search ranking. – James]
    by Melissa Zimdars
    I am an assistant professor of communication & media, and this resource started as a tool for teaching my students about journalism/social media/media literacy… …All tagged websites have been analyzed by myself or one of the librarians I’m working with on OpenSources… …Finally, please remember that all tags may be subject to revision based on feedback, discussion, continued analysis, or….
    Melissa lists some of the news sources that she uses. (e.g. NY Times, Washington Post, NPR, etc.) At this time she has over 900 news sources listed as dubious in her document.

    The above document came from Harvard University Library’s Link

    The news about Harvard came from Global Research.

    Global Research – March 14, 2017 Story…
    Harvard’s Fake Guide to Fake News Sites. America’s 21st Century “Index Librorum Prohibitorum”

    Melissa would have a difficult time negating the story of Terrance Yeakey.

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