BBC launches HILARIOUS “disinformation” department to keep you safe | Redacted with Clayton Morris

The BBC is trying to target misinformation with fake Twitter accounts. They admitted as such with the launch of their project called Verity. That’s interesting because Twitter expressly forbids fake accounts but the BBC says that they are doing this to investigate conspiracy theories. The journalist who introduced this, Marianna Spring, says that she is trying to look into conspiracy theories such as those around Covid. She doesn’t say which ones because most conspiracy theories have proven to be true conspiracies but she will let us know on her upcoming podcast called “Marianna in Conspiracyland.”” Can’t wait. Meanwhile, reporter Max Blumenthal has shown that Spring was connected to British journalist Paul Mason and his plot to smear investigative journalists. He asked her if she ever followed through with these meetings on Twitter but she has not replied. This project raises important questions: Should the media get involved in labeling “disinformation” or “conspiracies” or should they just do their job with better reporting? Who verifies the verifiers? Do these projects do more harm than good?

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2 Responses to “BBC launches HILARIOUS “disinformation” department to keep you safe | Redacted with Clayton Morris”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Well spotted 🙂 you beat me to it.

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  2. Gordon says:

    The only time I used to watch the BBC was to get a weather update but since that too was mostly wrong I gave up on them.

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