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Free Thought Project
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The Free Thought Project reports some credible news as well as conspiracies such as Chemtrails, Geoengineering by the government, and anti-vaccination propaganda. The Free Thought Project also uses sensational headlines that favor the left such as this: WATCH: Trump Melts Down as Man Holds Up Photo of Him and Billionaire Pedophile Epstein at Rally.
Failed Fact Checks
- Flint Residents Told That Their Children Could Be Taken Away If They Don’t Pay for City’s Poison Water? – False
- Judges Rules the Government Can Ban Vegetable Gardens – Mostly False
- Did Florida police seize a man’s gun with out due process? No – False
- Did Snopes.com Ignore a Huge Child Trafficking Bust in Arizona? – False
- Mississippi Bill Grants Churches ‘Lethal Force’ Powers – Mostly False
- “State Forces Citizens to Pay for ‘Stargazing Permit’ to View Night Sky in Public Parks” – Mostly False
Overall, we rate the Free Thought Project a Strong Conspiracy website and Low for factual reporting due to a very poor fact check record. (5/13/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 08/29/2020)