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Jon Rappoport - Conspiracy - Fake News - Conservative - Not Credible - Alt - Pseudoscience - Right Bias - Conservative - Fake News - Not CredibleFactual Reporting: Very Low - Biased - Not Credible - Fake News


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  • Overall, we rate right biased and tin-foil hat conspiracy and quackery level pseudoscience website based on the promotion of false or unproven disinformation.

Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: USA
Press Freedom Rating: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY


Founded in 2000, is a conspiracy and pseudoscience website published by Jon Rappoport, an author who promoted in the 1980s that a virus did not cause AIDS. According to the about page, “Over the last 30 years, Jon’s independent research has encompassed such areas as deep politics, conspiracies, alternative health, the potential of the human imagination, mind control, the medical cartel, symbology, and solutions to the takeover of the planet by hidden elites.”

Read our profile on the United States government and media.

Funded by / Ownership

Jon Rappoport owns as he is listed as the author for all stories. Book sales generate revenue.

Analysis / Bias has a tagline that reads “The Real News,” which ironically contradicts what this website publishes. Jon Rappoport promotes conspiracy theories and pseudoscience using emotional wording such as this Open letter to FBI, NYT, WaPo: ongoing destruction of food processing plants across America. This story references the disreputable sources of the Gateway Pundit and Tucker Carlson.

While covers a wide range of conspiracy theories at this time, they are focused on promoting disinformation regarding Covid-19 and vaccines. For example, the article Vaccine shedding spreads disaster to unvaccinated pregnant women? Promotes the false claim that the vaccinated shed the vaccine to others. This is not true. They have also claimed that the Coronavirus does not exist The Smoking Gun: Where is the coronavirus? The CDC says it isn’t available. This is also false as the virus does exist.

Finally, Jon Rappoport holds a right-leaning bias by promoting that the Jan 6 Capitol Riot was a false flag operation. In general, is an actual fake news website that promotes conspiracy theories and pseudoscience.

Failed Fact Checks

Overall, we rate right biased and tin-foil hat conspiracy and quackery level pseudoscience website based on the promotion of false or unproven disinformation. (D. Van Zandt 05/01/2022)


Last Updated on June 28, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check

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