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- Overall, the GreatReject rates as a Far-Right Biased website that promotes tin-foil hat conspiracies and quackery-level pseudoscience.
Bias Rating: EXTREME RIGHT
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: Netherlands (5/180 Press Freedom)
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Launched in November 2020, GreatReject is an anonymously run far-right conspiracy and pseudoscience website. The website completely lacks transparency as it does not have an about page or disclose authors, editors, and owners. The domain is registered in the Netherlands.
Funded by / Ownership
GreatReject lacks transparency as they do not disclose who owns them. Display advertising and donations generate revenue for the owner(s).
Analysis / Bias
GreatReject does not produce original news reporting but rather republishes or links to other articles from other sources. Story selection appeals to the far-right and those who reject the consensus of science. For example, they promote human-influenced climate change denialism such as this NASA admits climate change is natural and caused by the sun. However, at the time of this review, the main topic is Covid-19 misinformation and falsehoods. GreatReject believes that Covid-19 is not real, as evidenced by this story Official Covid death numbers: the fraud and the killing. During the USA Presidential Election, they often promoted election fraud conspiracies such as this which links to a Bitchute video: Lin Wood: “I believe the military is in control,” “Joe Biden is a fake president.
When it comes to sourcing, they normally rely on misinformation websites such as America’s Frontline Doctors, LewRockwell.com, and RT.com. Further on the right-hand sidebar, they offer links to video channels that read like a who’s who list of conspiracy theorists. Links include Infowars, Corbett Report, Right Side Broadcasting, and OAN. In general, GreatReject promotes far-right biased conspiracy and pseudoscience that is not credible on any level.
Failed Fact Checks
The sources utilized by the GreatReject have abysmal track records with fact-checkers.
Overall, the GreatReject rates as a Far-Right Biased website that promotes tin-foil hat conspiracies and quackery-level pseudoscience. (D. Van Zandt 4/11/2021)