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Most fake news sites are owned by a handful of people

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    this aged poorly, lefty quack

    “I love it how antivaxxers and general fake news fans like to say mainstream media is controlled by a small group.

    What they don’t realize is that 99% of the fake news they consume come from 2 or 3 people. These folks are very very rich and they spend the money they make from low IQ idiots on the same “system” they pretend to combat.

    The antivaxxer arguments right here prove it. Their audience will believe anything. If they say eggs and bacon give you miocarditis, these idiots will go around spreading this information.

    The only difference between the fake news industry and mainstream media is that we know who owns mainstream media.

    Otherwise, most fake news sites use unknown domain names, millions of domain names, millions of fake profiles, all owned by the same 2 or 3 guys.

    Notice how the antivaxxer narrative is all the same anywhere? Here, on Twitter or Whatsapp, all the same. This is centrally coordinated. It’s just 2 or 3 very rich guys making this shit up and spreading it via their back channels.

    The source is anonymous, so the low IQ antivaxxers think they’ve discovered something amazing that only they know. They feel special, like they’re smart or something and have discovered something amazing. This is what drives fake news : making low IQ individuals feel smart. All antivaxxers think they know something that scientists don’t. Because they’re low IQ and can’t really tell how stupid they are, unless you try to tell them. Even then, they’ll insist on the BS they “found” (entirely by accident and not by some smart algorithm that dropped the fake news right to their smartphone).

    This network for disinformation is owned by 2 or 3 guys. We know at least 2 of their names. Some say one of them will be jailed in the coming year.”

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    idk what this guy even means

    fake news is anyone who believes in myocarditis??

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