Our favorite progressive from Leftist ‘Newsguard’ is back, you know the Obama volunteer and former CNN intern Samuel Howard who contacted us a week ago to alert CDMedia he is ‘troubled’ by our news content.
Now Howard is confirming he is going to definitely write a hit piece on CDMedia because it doesn’t conform to the officially allowed Obama narrative.
Our laser-like focus on election fraud, and the confirmed involvement of the Chinese Communist Party, seems to be the bone that sticks in his craw.
Here are excerpts from his email.
This story says “it has been proved Trump did win the election” and that “millions of fake votes miraculously appeared” after the election. This doesn’t acknowledge the fact that elections officials around the country have affirmed the integrity of the vote and that officials had cautioned ahead of the election that the results may not come into view on election night. This article similarly says Trump won in a landslide and that he may have actually won California. I’ve seen no evidence that suggests the former president won California, a state he seems to have lost by about 5M votes. This article similarly says China launched cyberattacks that flipped enough votes to change the results of the election, but again, officials have affirmed the vote’s integrity. CISA has said there’s no evidence voting systems changed votes.
CDMedia calling out Stacey Abrams is also bothering Samuel.
This article says a Stacey Abrams-owned company financed the Happy Faces temp firm, but Happy Faces’ owner told USA Today that he doesn’t rely on outside funding and that he owns all of the company and told LeadStories.com that his company looked into using NowAccount for services or financing a few years ago, but decided not to. Your claim on this was repeated here, too.
Oh, and we forgot to mention our coverage of vaccines is keeping Samuel and NewsGuard up at night.
Isn’t it interesting how Samuel uses AFP and USA Today as ‘sources’ when they are really corporate fake news media supporting the globalist narrative? Asking for a friend.
But don’t worry, Samuel assures us he is fair…
Because of these stories, CreativeDestructionMedia.com may not meet criteria we have on whether a website (1) avoids repeatedly publishing false content, (2) gathers and presents information responsibly and (3) avoids using deceptive headlines. Can you please comment on this assessment? How does the site write its headlines?
I raise these issues as a matter of fairness and transparency. We welcome your comments and genuinely wish to engage with the websites that we write about.
Now we can sleep at night knowing Obama fanboy Samuel is on the job.
We have one question for Samuel however — does NewsGuard take money, trips, or other perks from Beijing?