The Los Angeles Times, one of the nation’s largest fake news generators, is feeling the heat from fact checkers on the internet.
To combat this crisis, the Times is offering up some so called “new scientific analysis” to attack their growing number of internet rivals. The story is comical and fun to read. It’s also fake news.
Basically the Times’ position is if the news isn’t from them, or their colleagues at places like the Washington Post, the New York Times, or the elite broadcast media, it is fake news.
This might explain their plummeting circulation.
The “analysis” offers up lots of so-called evidence to support their claim. In the end, it begs the question, who knows more about fake news than the Los Angeles Times?