Fact-Checking At Facebook – Stooges Leading Stooges

In the land of Stooges, the one-eyed Stooge becomes a Fact-checker at Facebook

The Verge–Facebook fact-checking is becoming a political cudgel. [The] fact-checking program is designed to stop false information from spreading. But being able to decide what’s true can also be a political weapon, and for the past few days, it’s been used in a fight over President Donald Trump’s coronavirus response.

The battle centers on a recent Politico article about a South Carolina Trump rally, where Trump urged supporters to “treat coronavirus as a ‘hoax.’” According to Facebook, this is a false statement that merits a prominent warning and potential damage to Politico’s ability to reach Facebook users — but the truth is more complicated.

CNN’s Newest White House Correspondent – Karen Acosta

And just like CNN gives all News Organizations a bad name, Karen Acosta does the same for all Karens.

Karen Acosta her ‘blonde bob’ cut at White House Presser

Karen is a mocking slang term for an entitled, obnoxious, middle-aged white woman. Especially as featured in memes, Karen is generally stereotyped as having a blonde bob haircut, asking to speak to retail and restaurant managers to voice complaints or make demands, and being a nagging, often divorced mother from Generation X.