Our humble little blog Fellowship of the Minds (FOTM), started on less-than-a-shoestring 7 years ago with contributors who write for literally no pay, is in the MSM’s bullseye for reporting the truth!
From The Wrap, Nov. 25, 2016:
The Washington Post was the first media outlet to report PropOrNot’s findings that there are over 200 websites described as ‘routine peddlers of Russian propaganda during the election season, with combined audiences of at least 15 million Americans.’”
Together with such august company as Drudge Report, InfoWars, (former Congressman) Ron Paul, (former Reagan official) David Stockman, Wikileaks and ZeroHedge, FOTM made The List of 200 as “fake media” sites that, according to something called Is It Propaganda Or Not?, “reliably echo Russian propaganda” — you know, Russia, the new boogeyman according to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Is It Propaganda or Not?, which I venture to guess is CIA, was launched this year “as an effort to prevent propaganda from distorting U.S. political and policy discussions”. PropOrNot describes itself as “Your Friendly Neighborhood Propaganda Identification Service, Since 2016!” — “an independent team of concerned American citizens with a wide range of backgrounds and expertise, including professional experience in computer science, statistics, public policy, and national security affairs.”
Here’s the List of 200 in alphabetical order (FOTM is #54):
H/t Will Shanley, Vivian Lee, and FOTM‘s Puddy Dunne
~Eowyn the Deplorable