Here is the evidence.

Hilltrot

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Haven't seen this posted here. Saw this on VivaBarnes locals.


This is also an interesting site.

 

ffreeloader

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Haven't seen this posted here. Saw this on VivaBarnes locals.


This is also an interesting site.

That Swiss Policy Research site is very good. I've used it a bunch of times after I ran across it a couple of years ago. Their mapping of the media to CFR people is excellent.
 

annabenedetti

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Here Is The Evidence​





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A questionable source exhibits one or more of the following: extreme bias, consistent promotion of propaganda/conspiracies, poor or no sourcing to credible information, a complete lack of transparency and/or is fake news. Fake News is the deliberate attempt to publish hoaxes and/or disinformation for the purpose of profit or influence (Learn More). Sources listed in the Questionable Category may be very untrustworthy and should be fact checked on a per article basis. Please note sources on this list are not considered fake news unless specifically written in the reasoning section for that source. See all Questionable sources.
  • Overall, we rate Here is the Evidence Right Biased and Questionable based on the publication of election fraud misinformation, the use of poor sources, and a complete lack of transparency.
Analysis / Bias

In review, Here is the Evidence allows people to upload/post evidence of voter fraud during the 2020 election. Although they request that people only post evidence that would be admissible in court, most of the information comes from social media posts and poor sources such as Breitbart, Epoch Times, and Judicial Watch, all of which we rate as far-right biased and Questionable. They also have supposed witness accounts that come from unreliable sources such as Some Bitch Told Me. While some of the information is factual many of the posts rely on poor sources who frequently fail fact checks and have been publishing misinformation regarding election fraud during the 2020 election.

 
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annabenedetti

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Swiss Policy Research​





CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE​

Sources in the Conspiracy-Pseudoscience category may publish unverifiable information that is not always supported by evidence. These sources may be untrustworthy for credible/verifiable information, therefore fact checking and further investigation is recommended on a per article basis when obtaining information from these sources. See all Conspiracy-Pseudoscience sources.
  • Overall, we rate Swiss Policy Research (SPR) a Moderate Conspiracy website based on the promotion of unproven claims. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting due to the use of poor sources and complete lack of transparency.

Swiss Policy Research is also providing information regarding the Coronavirus with mixed facts and misinformation. In this article, Facts about Covid-19, there is the use of several poor sources to support their claims such as the Daily Mail, Off-Guardian, Sputnik, and Youtube videos. Further, this list of so-called facts also contains unproven conspiracy theories such as this: “NSA wholesaler Edward Snowden warns that the “coronavirus crisis” will be used for the massive and continuous expansion of global surveillance. The well-known virologist Pablo Goldschmidt speaks of “global media terror” and “totalitarian measures.” Leading British virologist, Professor John Oxford, talks about a “media epidemic.” They further state “More than 500 scientists have warned of “unprecedented public oversight” using problematic “contact tracking” applications. In some countries, such “contact tracking” is already carried out directly by secret services. In several parts of the world, the population is already monitored by drones and is facing excessive police supervision.” While any of these may one day turn out to be true, there is zero evidence at this time to support these claims and hence they are unproven conspiracy theories.

The website also promotes other unproven conspiracy theories such as the majority of the USA media being controlled by The Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergs, and the Trilateral Commission. While there is no question there is a corporate monopoly in USA media ownership, there isn’t evidence to support their claims. This story again uses Wikipedia as a source, which they have discredited numerous times. In general, this is a conspiracy website that is not credible due to poor sourcing and lack of transparency.

Failed Fact Checks

“The overall lethality of [COVID-19] (IFR) is about 0.1% to 0.3% and thus in the range of a severe influenza” – Inaccurate

Overall, we rate Swiss Policy Research (SPR) a Moderate Conspiracy website based on the promotion of unproven claims. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting due to the use of poor sources and complete lack of transparency.


 

Hilltrot

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This is by Dave Van Zandt - a leftist with no journalism experience - and sponsored by Google. You're just just posting a blog from someone's random webpage.

Only a moron needs to ask some random loon whether information is reliable or not.

Why are you acting like a moron?
 

Hilltrot

Active member
This is by Dave Van Zandt - a leftist with no journalism experience - and sponsored by Google. You're just just posting a blog from someone's random webpage.

Only a moron needs to ask some random loon whether information is reliable or not.

Why are you acting like a moron?
Can you not read or write for yourself? You can describe what information you find to be wrong and why? You have to ask some random quack who isn't a doctor whether certain evidence is valid?
 

ffreeloader

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Swiss Policy Research​





CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE​

Sources in the Conspiracy-Pseudoscience category may publish unverifiable information that is not always supported by evidence. These sources may be untrustworthy for credible/verifiable information, therefore fact checking and further investigation is recommended on a per article basis when obtaining information from these sources. See all Conspiracy-Pseudoscience sources.
  • Overall, we rate Swiss Policy Research (SPR) a Moderate Conspiracy website based on the promotion of unproven claims. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting due to the use of poor sources and complete lack of transparency.

Swiss Policy Research is also providing information regarding the Coronavirus with mixed facts and misinformation. In this article, Facts about Covid-19, there is the use of several poor sources to support their claims such as the Daily Mail, Off-Guardian, Sputnik, and Youtube videos. Further, this list of so-called facts also contains unproven conspiracy theories such as this: “NSA wholesaler Edward Snowden warns that the “coronavirus crisis” will be used for the massive and continuous expansion of global surveillance. The well-known virologist Pablo Goldschmidt speaks of “global media terror” and “totalitarian measures.” Leading British virologist, Professor John Oxford, talks about a “media epidemic.” They further state “More than 500 scientists have warned of “unprecedented public oversight” using problematic “contact tracking” applications. In some countries, such “contact tracking” is already carried out directly by secret services. In several parts of the world, the population is already monitored by drones and is facing excessive police supervision.” While any of these may one day turn out to be true, there is zero evidence at this time to support these claims and hence they are unproven conspiracy theories.

The website also promotes other unproven conspiracy theories such as the majority of the USA media being controlled by The Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergs, and the Trilateral Commission. While there is no question there is a corporate monopoly in USA media ownership, there isn’t evidence to support their claims. This story again uses Wikipedia as a source, which they have discredited numerous times. In general, this is a conspiracy website that is not credible due to poor sourcing and lack of transparency.

Failed Fact Checks

“The overall lethality of [COVID-19] (IFR) is about 0.1% to 0.3% and thus in the range of a severe influenza” – Inaccurate

Overall, we rate Swiss Policy Research (SPR) a Moderate Conspiracy website based on the promotion of unproven claims. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting due to the use of poor sources and complete lack of transparency.


Oh, yeah. Your usual tactic. Go to a leftist organization to find criticism of a site that tells the truth.

SPR's numbers on coronavirus deaths are accurate. The vast majority of people who get the coronavirus show zero symptoms. And since the PCR test is so phony with all it's false positives and false negatives anyone who relies on it for accuracy is a fool.

Here's all the evidence showing how fake a tool it is. This is a report filed in a lawsuit against the German government for accepting it. They accepted it in 24 hours after they received the proposal and did that without review or comments from other scientists. It was pure corruption that put the PCR in place. And from Germany it was passed on to all the rest of the nations in the world. So the PCR test is a huge scandal and the report by the scientists suing the German government is also huge as it destroys any idea that the test is of any use at all. Read it and stop putting out more false propaganda.

 

ffreeloader

Well-known member
This is by Dave Van Zandt - a leftist with no journalism experience - and sponsored by Google. You're just just posting a blog from someone's random webpage.

Only a moron needs to ask some random loon whether information is reliable or not.

Why are you acting like a moron?
You're right. Van Zandt is a loon. He has no credibility whatsoever.

 

ffreeloader

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Here is a few more very good sites:
 

ok doser

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Temp Banned
This is by Dave Van Zandt - a leftist with no journalism experience - and sponsored by Google. You're just just posting a blog from someone's random webpage.

Only a moron needs to ask some random loon whether information is reliable or not.

Why are you acting like a moron?
:darwinsm:
 
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