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- Overall, we rate From the Trenches World Report a far-right tin foil hat conspiracy website. We also rate them low for factual reporting due to most content consisting of unproven conspiracies.
Factual Reporting: LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180
Founded in 2010, From the Trenches World Report is a website that publishes news and information from a far-right conspiratorial perspective. According to their about page “For those who have swallowed the red pill and are enlightened to the dire straits we find ourselves in these days, this site is meant to organize rallies and any other events designed to reclaim the Republic and our rights.”
Funded by / Ownership
From the Trenches World Report does not openly disclose ownership, however, the contact form directs to Henry Shivley. On 6/14/2020 the website reported that Henry Shivley had passed away. Revenue is derived through donations and advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, From the Trenches World Report generally covers news and information related to how the federal reserve has led to a one-world order. The premise is that the USA should enforce the Bill of Rights. The website frequently republishes news from other questionable sources such as Alt-Market, State of the Nation, The Ron Paul Institute, and SHTF Plan. Many stories promote conspiracy theories and pseudosciences such as anti-vaccination propaganda, the Clinton Body count, the Seth Rich Murder conspiracy, and numerous others relating to the new world order. In general, this is a far-right-wing tin foil hat conspiracy website.
Overall, we rate From the Trenches World Report a far-right tin foil hat conspiracy website. We also rate them low for factual reporting due to most content consisting of unproven conspiracies. (D. Van Zandt 8/10/2016) Updated (6/18/2020)