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Red Country – Conservative News
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Bias: Extreme Right, Anti-Islam
Notes: Red Country is an extreme right wing news and opinion website. Red Country promotes anti-Muslim propaganda and publishes ridiculous news that in many cases is just fake. This source also does not source to credible information. Has a Pants on Fire rating from Politifact due to publishing a fake photo of President Obama in handcuffs. It also is on Politifact’s fake news list. (3/15/2017) Updated (6/20/2017)
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