79Days.News

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  • Overall, we rate 79Days.News Extreme Right Biased and a Tin-Foil Hat Conspiracy and Quackery level Pseudoscience source based on the routine publication of disinformation and outright fake news.

Detailed Report

Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: USA
Press Freedom Rating: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: High Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY

History

Founded on 11/4/2020, one day after the 2020 Presidential Election, 79Days.News is a far-right conspiracy and pseudoscience website that appears to be chronicling election news through the inauguration of Joe Biden. However, this website promotes misleading information indicating that Donald Trump won the election through Democratic fraud and will somehow remain President. Further, this website is a mirror copy of the extreme right conspiracy website Banned.Video, which is a part of the Alex Jones Network of conspiracy websites.

The website completely lacks transparency as they do not offer an about page, name an editor, or disclose ownership.

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Funded by / Ownership

79Day.News does not disclose ownership; however, an online store links to Alex Jones’s Infowars store, indicating this website is a part of the Alex Jones Network of conspiracy websites. Revenue is derived through advertising, sponsored content, and the store mentioned above that sells various pseudoscience-related health products.

Analysis / Bias

In review, 79Days.News content is a mirror image of Banned.Video, which republishes videos with a short text description from a variety of right-wing conspiracy theorists such as Alex JonesDavid IckeThe HighWireNational File, and Mike Adams from Natural News. As stated, almost all videos promote either conspiracy such as this International Response to Trump Reveals Who Is In The Cabal or pseudoscience such as this What 5G & Corona-Vax Have in Common. Essentially, they promote the same as what would be found on the Infowars website or other similar conspiracy websites that align with the right.

During the post-election of Joe Biden for President, 79Days.News promoted misleading/unproven information regarding election fraud against Donald Trump. For example, #MaidenGate! Dems Using Women’s MAIDEN names to Cast multiple votes for them?? and this claim which has been proven to be false Intelligence Insider: President Trump Setup Democrats In “Sting Operation” To Catch Them Stealing Election! This claim is rated Pants on Fire by Politifact. Finally, they also promote misinformation regarding CoronaVirus as well as Climate Change. In general, 79Days.News is not a reliable source of information on any level.

Failed Fact Checks

  • 79Days.News has not been fact-checked because they do not produce original material; however, the authors they republish have some of the worst track records with facts on the internet.

Overall, we rate 79Days.News Extreme Right Biased and a Tin-Foil Hat Conspiracy and Quackery level Pseudoscience source based on the routine publication of disinformation and outright fake news. (D. Van Zandt 11/11/2020) Updated (01/05/2022)

Source: https://79days.news/

Last Updated on March 29, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check

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