USA Hitman

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Low Factual Reporting - Fake News - Not Credible

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CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE

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  • Overall, we rate USA Hitman a Tin Foil Hat conspiracy site that also promotes unproven pseudoscience.

Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: LOW
Country: Unknown

History

The domain was registered in 2008, but does not disclose a name or owner. A domain search also indicates this domain is for sale. This website completely lacks transparency as there is not an about page, disclosure of authors or ownership.

Funded by / Ownership

USA Hitman does not disclose ownership on the website and does not appear to have a source of funding.

Analysis / Bias

In review, the website appears to publish clickbait type stories such as this: Guns, bears and bizarre designs: Dr. Phil’s strange Beverly Hills home for sale as well as tin foil hat type conspiracy stories such as this one Putin warned Bush about impeding attack TWO DAYS before 9/11 – ex-CIA analyst. This story is sourced from the Russian Government propaganda website RT.com. USA Hitman is also opposed to vaccinations such as this: Anti-vaccination activists refuse to be ‘silenced’. Besides these obvious CP stories, they also promote anti-GMO propaganda as well as miracle cancer cures.

Overall, we rate USA Hitman a Tin Foil Hat conspiracy site that also promotes unproven pseudoscience. (8/10/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 1/03/2020)

Source: https://usahitman.com/

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