Tuesday, November 29, 2016

These Two Search Trends Are a Coincidence, Right?



It does seem like the "fake news" phenomenom appeared in massmedia JUST after John Podesta's emails leaked, and JUST before "Pizzagate" took over the internet.

Most likely, it is a counterpush to deal with the whole "Pizzagate" situation without ACTUALLY dealing with the arguments/evidence behind it. They know they would lose that battle, so they don't even engage in a rational argument. Here's a recent graph from today:



By the way, the reason "fake news" score higher than "pizzagate" on Google, is because Google has blacklisted all the relevant Pizzagate content in their search. Mostly, you get propaganda. You cannot find this blog on Google, even though it is nr2 on Bing and top 5 on most other search engines. It's trickery.

There's a discussion on the Voat.co forum whether "fake news" was launched to counter Pizzagate or not. All the trolls say it wasn't. I found this comment very informative, and from my knowledge, it's true: