DiedSuddenly.info

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  • Overall, we rate DiedSuddenly.info as an extreme right-biased Tin-Foil Hat Conspiracy website that also publishes Quackery-level Pseudoscience. Further, they lack transparency, rely on poor sources, and have failed numerous fact checks.

Detailed Report

Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: USA
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website/Documentary
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic

MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY

History

DiedSuddenly.info is the website for Stew Peters’s Anti-Vaccine documentary “Died Suddenly.” The website lacks transparency as they do not offer a detailed about page, but they do list the filmmakers as Nicholas Stumphauzer and Matthew Skow.

The website states that the movie is “Brought To You by the Stew Peters Network.”

Stew Peters is a far-right online talk show host with a history of making false and unsubstantiated claims, such as claiming there is snake venom in the Covid-19 vaccine.

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Funded by / Ownership

DiedSuddenly.info does not list ownership. Revenue is generated through donations to Stumphauzer and Skow.

Analysis / Bias

Stew Peters, a far-right radio host with a history of advancing COVID-19 conspiracy theories, is the producer of “Died Suddenly.” In his previous movie, “Watch the Water,” the radio host claimed that the coronavirus is a synthetic snake venom spread through COVID-19 vaccines and drinking water. Politifact rated this claim as pants on fire.

The website does not present text-based news, only hosting the 78-minute video. In Died Suddenly, Peters continues promoting debunked conspiracy theories and pseudoscience related to Covid-19 and the vaccines. The film’s general theme is that “COVID-19 vaccines are part of a depopulation scheme by global elites who want to establish a global regime.” Further, the video relies on unreliable sources such as Children’s Health Defense, Dr. Robert Malone, and other alternative health advocates.

In general, DiedSuddenly.info advances debunked conspiracy theories and impossible pseudoscience (see failed fact checks). For a detailed account of all the disinformation contained in this film, please see here: The film “Died Suddenly” rehashes debunked claims and conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 vaccines, and here ‘Died Suddenly’ Pushes Bogus Depopulation Theory.

Failed Fact Checks

Overall, we rate DiedSuddenly.info as an extreme right-biased Tin-Foil Hat Conspiracy website that also publishes Quackery-level Pseudoscience. Further, they lack transparency, rely on poor sources, and have failed numerous fact checks. (D. Van Zandt 12/18/2022)

Source: https://diedsuddenly.info/

Last Updated on December 18, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check

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