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Factual Reporting: LOW
According to their about page “X22 Report is a daily show that will cover issues surrounding the economic collapse.” There is also a disclaimer that states “The X22 Report is “one man’s opinion”. Anything that is said on the show is for information purposes only.” A Whois search reveals the site was launched in 2008.
Funded by / Ownership
X22 is funded through a combination of online ads and many prominent donate buttons. They also accept cryptocurrencies. The site appears to be owned by a single person named Dave. He does not provide his last name.
Analysis / Bias
The focus of X22 is on the potential for an economic melt down where inflation drives the cost of goods to unaffordable levels. In fact, X22 provides a list of prepping materials needed for this collapse. These include: food, water, toilet supplies, weapons, ammunition, gold and silver etc. X22 also believes that climate change is a hoax. The wording of headlines and articles contain only mild loaded words, however they consistently use questionable sources such as conspiracy theorist Ben Swann and Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog. X22 also has a page dedicated to Relocations of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors, which provides a map of where they are most concentrated in the USA. There isn’t a description as to why this map is posted. Do they have sympathy for the immigrant minors? Or is it a warning? Based on the comments below the map it appears that the readers are opposed to immigrants, with some fearing spread of diseases.
Overall, X22 Report is a strong Conspiracy website. (D. Van Zandt 4/14/2018) Updated