Skip to comments.Snopes, Fact-Checker For Facebook And Google, Botches Nathan Phillips Fact Check
Posted on 01/25/2019 11:30:23 AM PST by rktman
Snopes refused to correct an inaccurate fact-check calling it unproven that American Indian activist Nathan Phillips falsely claimed to be a Vietnam veteran. Its a proven fact that Phillips falsely claimed to be a Vietnam veteran. Both Facebook and Google give Snopes preferential treatment on their platforms.
Snopes, a left-leaning fact-checking website given preferential treatment by both Facebook and Google, flubbed its fact-check of American Indian activist Nathan Phillips false claim of being a Vietnam veteran.
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You expected otherwise?
Sometimes the jokes make themselves up.
The toothless drug addicted alcoholic drum beater is a protected species. They must cover his tracks.
That’s hilarious. (I know you didn’t write that)
Snopes is run by lying Democrat thugs.
Hey, you’re gonna give thugs a bad name by comparing them to the lying Democrats at Snopes.
Didn’t botch, didn’t flub. This is SOP for them.
Snopes = LIEberal = LIEs!
And, yet, at the bottom of the Snopes entry is the following revealing statement:
“In an older, rambling self-made Facebook video that surfaced after the controversy broke, though, Phillips can seemingly be heard to say (at around the 9:35 mark) ‘Im a Vietnam vet, and I served in Marine Corps 72 to 76. I got discharged May 5th, 1976 I dont talk much about my Vietnam times. I usually say I dont recollect, I dont recall those years’”
“I never said I was a recon ranger, I said I was Freon changer.”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: I think that theres a lot of people more concerned about being precisely, factually, and semantically correct than about being morally right.
We don’t need no stinking facts.
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