[ASI] Did He Say That?

February 9th, 2018 at 11:48 am EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

Fake news is all around us. Just yesterday, a very smart man with a Ph.D sent around an email saying actor Denzel Washington had given a speech defending President Trump. I pointed out to him that the alleged speech was reported by a joke site. He quickly retracted the claim. Here’s the fake news:

It came from YourNewsWire.com, a fake news site.

This is what happens when journalistic amateurs try to be “first” with sensational news. Some people spend most of their time regurgitating sensational claims from dubious web sites. Others simply send forth the latest headlines from Drudge.

Here’s another headline from that site:

Look at this headline that arrived in my inbox:

I read the article trying to find which members of an alleged Masonic conspiracy were involved in the anti-Trump effort. The “Secret Society” referred to in one of the Strzok-Page FBI emails was said to be a Masonic cabal of some sort. This Catholic writer said:

Our Lady [the Virgin Mary] is involved in exposing the evil plans of the masons in a significant way on behalf of her people.

This fellow may not know that one of the most dangerous spies in the history of the FBI, Robert Hanssen, was a devout Catholic who went to Mass every day and was a member of the Roman Catholic sect Opus Dei. So was he a Catholic spy?

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Don’t fall for the misinformation and disinformation.

Here’s some real news that sounds fake.

Maryland Delegate Mark Fisher reports:

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is suing the Federal Government over the Tax Reform Bill. While the Federal Tax Reform Bill will save Marylanders $2.8 billion in 2018, Annapolis has other ideas. Frosh is challenging the "constitutionality" of the Tax Reform Bill. Apparently, keeping more of your own money is unconstitutional according to Maryland Democrats.

Where did this guy Frosh come from? He earned a B.A. from Wesleyan University and received his law degree from the Columbia University School of Law. 

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Cliff Kincaid, President




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