The would-be assassination of Republican-appointed Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh by a Democrat all worked up over standard MSM issues like abortion rights and gun control is the kind on minor local police blotter matter that doesn’t require a second day follow up story.

Thus neither the Washington Post, where it is a local matter, nor the New York Times have bothered to publish stories on June 9th about the June 8th incident.

As phishing attacks continue to be a go-to for threat actors, one scam found that a user had stolen a million Facebook account credentials over a span of just four months.

YouTube has permanently deleted the channel of Russian pranksters Vovan and Lexus, the duo announced on Thursday, after they released a bombshell interview, last month, with ex-US President George W Bush.

The pranksters, whose real names are Vladimir Kuznetsov (Vovan) and Alexei Stolyarov (Lexus) say that this is not the first time their channel has been deleted and that YouTube has not given them a legitimate reason for the bans.

A nonprofit aiming to defund disinformation online that has taken money out of the pockets of several prominent far-right websites now has its sights set on its most formidable target yet: Fox News.

The group, Check My Ads, is hoping the success it has had in stripping advertising dollars from right-wing provocateurs including Steve Bannon, Glenn Beck and Dan Bongino will give it momentum as it attempts to confront a powerful media empire.

Remember when The New York Times attempted to spin the 1970s stagflation crisis in order to protect former President Jimmy Carter’s political image before the 1980 elections? MRC Business does.

The newspaper published a 1979 propaganda piece erroneously headlined, “The 70's: America Learns To Expect a Little Less,” The piece tried to paint lipstick on the pig of an economic disaster that Carter oversaw.

Twitter has removed a warning that it had added to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of its campaign to limit what it claims to be “potentially harmful and misleading content.”

Tonight the January 6 Committee aired its first state-run show trial against President Trump on state-run television.

This was the first time in American history that Congress aired a committee hearing — during the prime time — on at least 8 major channels of state-promoted propaganda against the opposition party and President Donald J. Trump.

At the same time, President Trump’s Spox Liz Harrington released a series of fraudulent activities found in the 2020 Election.

Here are some of the tweets from Harrington.