Fake out!

Campus Reform reports that Harvard University has created a research guide on “fake news” that identifies dozens of respectable conservative websites as “unreliable” or simply “fake” while rating many of their liberal counterparts as “credible.” Titled Fake News, Misinformation, and Propaganda, the guide links to a Google document titled “False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical “News” Sources. The guide links to the Google document with its “huge list of fake news sites[.]”

Power Line makes the list, of course, but the author of the list, but the labels (or “lables”) evaluating us have yet to be applied. National Review also awaits evaluation. As a wise man lacking a Harvard education once wrote, let’s call the whole thing off.

Via Aleister/Legal Insurrection.

JOHN adds: The author of the list also identifies “Truth Out” as one of her go-to news sites. ‘Nuff said. Harvard has gotten a whole lot dumber since I was there.


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