Disinformation Networks Use ‘Alternative Facts’ to Explain Jan. 6

Right-wing propaganda sets the stage for another terrorist attack

FOX News’ Tucker Carlson called Jan. 6 “just another day. “(Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

It’s pretty easy to peg people’s political views from the media they consume. For example, I was watching a report on Vice News about election workers facing death threats. A Vice News reporter actually tracked down some numbers and called…

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Slow news is good news. In a media world of panic, hysteria, and negativity, we need to make sense of the headlines and the systems which define us.

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Manny Otiko writes about race, politics and sports. He has been published in Salon and LA Weekly. Follow him on Twitter @mannyotiko.

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