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How American Influencers Built a World Wide Web of Vaccine Disinformation

Kiera Butler and Neha Wadekar Mother Jones
Last year, the anti-extremism group Center for Countering Digital Hate found that 65 percent of vaccine disinformation on Facebook and Twitter came from just 12 people, including the activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and the natural lifestyle influencer Dr. Joseph Mercola.

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Tucker Carlson’s History of pro-Kremlin, anti-Ukraine Propaganda

Nikki McCann Ramirez, Jane Lee and Alicia Sadowski Media Matters for America
Tucker Carlson’s scramble to reset his commentary on Putin and outrun his past defense of the Russian regime's actions points back to a simple axiom: he will defend the indefensible up until the moment he faces consequences.

Friday Nite Videos | January 14, 2022

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Friday Nite Videos | October 22, 2021

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