Poynter Institute Works With SPLC to Compile List of 'Unreliable' Websites for Advertisers to 'Blacklist'"Blacklist" includes sites like Breitbart, American Thinker, Antiwar.com, CNS News and The Daily Caller.
May. 02, 2019
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The Poynter Institute just published a list of "unreliable" websites for advertisers to "blacklist" which was compiled by a podcaster who works for the disgraced Southern Poverty Law Center.
The Poynter Institute claims on their website that their mission is to champion "freedom of expression, civil dialogue, and compelling journalism."
Apparently, that's done by having SPLC podcaster Barrett Golding compile list of anti-establishment right-wing and anti-establishment left-wing websites to "blacklist" (his words).
The "blacklist" includes sites like Breitbart, American Thinker, Antiwar.com, CNS News, The Daily Caller, Infowars, Lew Rockwell, LifeNews, LifeSiteNews, BlacklistedNews, Zero Hedge and tons of others which the SPLC doesn't like and puts them side by side with websites that just make up fake news.
Here's an excerpt:
Blacklisting bots, fraud and false-news sitesAs a reminder, SPLC President Morris Dees and his second in command Richard Cohen just recently had to both resign after their organization was exposed as a "highly profitable scam" which allegedly discriminated against the few minorities they actually employed and subjected them to repeated sexual harassment.
These are the type of people running the "fact-checking" industry.
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