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The Washington Feed
Bias: Extreme Right, Propaganda, Some Fake News
Notes: The Washington Feed is a news and opinion blog with an extreme right wing bias. This source uses strong loaded words and does not source well to credible information. Basically this is a pretty typical propaganda source. Has republished a Pants on Fire claim and is on Politifact’s fake news list. Washington Feed is also listed on Factcheck.org’s fake news list. (2/11/2017) Updated (7/7/2017)
Latest from The Washington Feed
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Judge Jeanine Explains Why Jeff Sessions Stabbed Trump In The Back
FBI Raided Wasserman-Schultz’s House After She’s Tied To Dead Body On Beach – Make Unbelievable Find.
CNN Guest Says Donald Trump Is Not Her President, Gets Slapped By Reality Immediately Afterwards