The Huffington Post is a well-known biased fake news outlet, yet many people still consider them mainstream news. Mainstream news outlets in the United States regularly publish biased and fake news. The left-wing media lying is a common practice–especially since their ideologies can only exist in a “dream world.”
The Huffington Post had taken severe hits to their reputation after publishing outrageous lies during the last Presidential election. They have become the punchline to many jokes, especially after claiming Hillary was going to win with 323 electoral college votes–just hours before her devastating loss.
Recently, in a continuation of the ongoing saga of Huffington Posts’ insanity, the website published a piece titled, “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?”
The piece argued that the voting rights of white men should be taken away, in what was undeniably an extremely racist article. The Huffington Post has since taken the article down, while admitting that the author appeared to “not exist.”
As reported, “Subsequently, two days after the Huffington Post article was published, the outlet has retracted it and released a statement.
“Huffington Post SA [South Africa] has removed the blog ‘Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?’ published on our site on April 13, 2017,” it reads.
“We have done this because the blog submission from an individual who called herself Shelley Garland, who claimed to be an MA student at UCT, cannot be traced and appears not to exist.”
Not only does the Huffington Post publish fake news, they now even have fake writers. When will the insanity end?