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- Overall, we rate The Liberty Beacon a far-right biased conspiracy/pseudoscience website that is both tin foil hat and quackery level based on the consistent promotion of misinformation, unproven and false claims.
Bias Rating: FAR-RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: LOW
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Founded in 2015 by Roger Landry, The Liberty Beacon is a far-right conspiracy and pseudoscience website. According to their about page, “TLB has a close association with approximately about 500 groups and pages of like mind on FaceBook and is partnered with about two dozen independent (true) media and Holistic health or health tyranny websites. We also benefit highly from contributions and close personal contacts with many professionals, authors, media personnel, and journalists in many countries across the globe that provide us (as active contributors) with real-time information you won’t see or hear on the mainstream media.”
Funded by / Ownership
The Liberty Beacon is owned by Roger Landry. Donations generate revenue.
Analysis / Bias
In review, The Liberty Beacon routinely publishes conspiracy theories and pseudoscience information. When it comes to pseudoscience, they promote anti-GMO propaganda and anti-Vaccination fear-mongering. They also report on the Government’s use of Chemtrails as a means of GeoEngineering. Regarding conspiracies, they report on the dangers of the so-called New World Order, the Clintons as murderers, and numerous claims of false flags, including 9-11.
Regarding sourcing, virtually all of them are either Questionable, fellow conspiracy sites, or far-right biased. Here are some sample sources we found: Natural News, InfoWars, and Mercola. Finally, throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, they have promoted false and misleading claims.
Failed Fact Checks
- ‘Courts quietly confirm MMR vaccine causes autism’ says: “courts, governments, and vaccine manufacturers have quietly conceded the fact that the Measles Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine most likely does cause autism and stomach diseases” – False
Overall, we rate The Liberty Beacon a far-right biased conspiracy/pseudoscience website that is both tin foil hat and quackery level based on the consistent promotion of misinformation, unproven and false claims. (7/21/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 01/31/2023)
Last Updated on July 1, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
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