Government Slaves

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Factual Reporting: LOW
Country: USA
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180


Government Slaves does not have an about page, disclaimer or mission statement for verification. A Whois Search reveals the domain was purchased in 2008 and originates from Maryland, USA. The tagline for Government Slaves is “Everything You’ve Been Taught is a Lie.”

Funded by / Ownership

Government Slaves does not disclose ownership on the website, though Whois shows the domain is owned by Dishaw Media Group. The website is funded through online advertising.

Analysis / Bias

In review, Government Slaves is a far right wing conspiracy and pseudoscience website. In a recent story they claim that the so called “MAGA Bomber” was actually a crazy liberal plot to help win the midterm elections: Fake pipe bomb hoax reveals last-ditch desperation of self-victimizing Democrats (who are terrified of losing the mid-term elections). As of this date, there isn’t any evidence to suggest that is true, therefore this is a conspiracy theory. In another far right wing conspiracy article they claim The Clinton Crime Cartel is finally starting to collapse. This story is sourced from the low credibility conspiracy and pseudoscience website Natural News. Government Slaves also promotes the typical Deep State, Fema Camps and False Flag conspiracies, popular with the far right.

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Overall, we rate Government Slaves a Tin Foil Hat Conspiracy website. (8/10/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 11/13/2018)






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