- Overall, we rate the RedPill Project an extreme right conspiracy and pseudoscience website that frequently publishes false, misleading, and unproven information.
Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Press Freedom Rating: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Founded in 2021, the RedPill Project is the official website for the RedPill Podcasts. The website features a tagline that reads “THE FIRST IN DECENTRALIZED MEDIA & NEWS.” The RedPill Project lacks transparency as they do have an about page. However, they list the hosts and names of the podcasts they serve.
Funded by / Ownership
The RedPill Project lacks transparency as they do not clearly disclose ownership. The copyright marker at the bottom of the pages reads Success Systems | Redpill Project Media. Advertising, donations, and an online shop that sells branded merchandise generate revenue.
Analysis / Bias
The RedPill Project website hosts podcasts and video streams focusing on right-leaning conspiracy content. They make it clear that the shows are related to conspiracy theories and pseudoscience by listing some of the topics they cover:
Consciousness and Mind
Psychokinesis and other Mind Powers
The Gateway Experience
UFO, Aliens, Secret Space Wars
Ancient Aliens -Global Conspiracies
Ancient Mystery Schools
The website also features republished news from other sources. Most of the sources they use are either extreme right biased, questionable, or conspiracy/pseudoscience. Some sources they use are One America News (Questionable), Epoch Times (Questionable), Natural News (Conspiracy-Pseudoscience), and Just The News (Questionable).
As seen from the list above, they frequently promote conspiracy theories; however, they also promote pseudoscience and medical misinformation related to Covid-19. For example, they report CDC Data Reveals Vaccines Are Killing Far More Children Than China Virus Itself. This story is false as the vaccines have not been linked to Child mortality. In general, the RedPill Project is a far-right biased conspiracy and pseudoscience website that routinely promotes misinformation.
Failed Fact Checks
Overall, we rate the RedPill Project an extreme right conspiracy and pseudoscience website that frequently publishes false, misleading, and unproven information. (D. Van Zandt 02/12/2022)
Last Updated on February 12, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check