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- Overall, we rate DavidHarrisJr.com Questionable based on extreme right-wing bias, use of poor sources, promotion of propaganda, and conspiracy theories, as well as numerous failed fact checks.
Reasoning: Poor Sourcing, Propaganda, Conspiracy, Numerous Failed Fact Checks
Bias Rating: EXTREME RIGHT
Factual Reporting: LOW
MBFC’s Country Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Launched in 2017, DavidHarrisJr.com is the hyper-partisan conservative news website for David Harris, Jr., the CEO, and founder of Uncorked Health and Wellness. The website also hosts his radio show and podcasts.
Funded by / Ownership
David Harris owns the website through DJHJ Media, LLC. Advertising and paid memberships generate revenue for the website.
Analysis / Bias
In review, DavidHarrisJr.com publishes summarized news stories with the addition of conservative commentary. News stories utilize highly emotional wording that favors the right such as this: Here are Ten White People Who Helped Destroy Their Cities After the Death of George Floyd. This story is sourced from the factually mixed Daily Caller. Another story reads Traitor John Roberts…Unadulterated Liberal Hack in Charge of Supreme Court, which is unsourced. Story selection always favors the right and denigrates the left. In general, DavidHarrisJr.com promotes far-right propaganda and conspiracy theories, as evidenced below in failed fact checks.
Failed Fact Checks
- Trump Accuser Targeted With TV Clip – False
- Did Reddit postings show the shooter in Jacksonville, Florida, was part of the “anti-Trump resistance”? – False
- Did the Obama administration separate “72,410 Children From Their Families in 2013”? – Mostly False
- Did Twitter Censor a Video From the Trump Campaign? – False
- A video spreading on Facebook has been mislabeled to make a political statement about Democratic lawmakers in California. However, the video, which seems to show people under the influence of drugs, was filmed in Philadelphia. – False
- Photo of migrant mother at U.S.-Mexico border running from tear gas with children “was a staged hoax.” – Pants On Fire
- Hundreds of individual payments made by ActBlue Texas connected to Black Lives Matter, Thousand Currents, or rioters? – False
- The U.S. Justice Department removed international child sex trafficking from its “list of offenses that deserve a high degree of attention.” – False
Overall, we rate DavidHarrisJr.com Questionable based on extreme right-wing bias, use of poor sources, promotion of propaganda, and conspiracy theories, as well as numerous failed fact checks. (D. Van Zandt 3/14/2020) Updated (07/18/2023)
Last Updated on July 18, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
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