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Overall, we rate MAGAVoter.com Questionable based on the promotion of right-wing propaganda, the use of poor sources, and a lack of transparency regarding ownership and authorship.
Reasoning: Right Wing Propaganda, Poor Sourcing, Lack of Transparency Country: Unknown
Founded in 2018, MAGAVoter.com is a conservative news and opinion website. According to their about page “MAGAVoter is an opinion site that provides commentary on news from the standpoint of our conservative-minded writers who voted for Donald Trump and continue to support his “Make America Great Again” agenda.” Like other questionable sources, they do not list any names associated with the website.
Funded by / Ownership
MAGAVoter.com does not disclose ownership and the site generates revenue through advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, MAGAVoter.com typically summarizes a right-leaning news story and interjects opinions that favor the right. There is the use of loaded emotional language in both the headlines and articles itself, such as this: After Shocking Admission, Evidence is Piling Up Against John Brennan. MAGAVoter.com sources information properly, however, they often use poor sources such as the questionable Gateway Pundit, Breitbart and Rush Limbaugh, who have a very poor track record with fact-checkers. In general, all stories report favorably for the right and negatively toward the left (propaganda).
Overall, we rate MAGAVoter.com Questionable based on the promotion of right-wing propaganda, the use of poor sources, and a lack of transparency regarding ownership and authorship. (D. Van Zandt 4/14/2019)