We hate even reviewing sites like libertywriters.com, because we know it'll just drive traffic to the site, which is the only thing ClickBait sites like libertywriters.com is interested in.
With gamingfreepress.com, it (thankfully) doesn’t take much to determine if the site is real or satire. From their About page: But the real question: Are they funny though? Ehhh . . . humor is subjective.
viralcords.com doesn't make it easy to tell if they're satire. No Disclaimer or About Us. And the stories seem true -- or true-enough. So are they? Read on:
Televangelist and all-around huckster Pat Robinson has said many silly, stupid, hateful, and downright harmful things. But politicalgarbagechute.com's article on him is satire. Read onward!
Fortunately, you don't need to look far to see the intent of ourlandofthefree.com -- it's in their footer, complete with their own Satire rating, just in case.
The story from worldnewspolitics.com submitted to us was this one: Queen Elizabeth Makes Heartbreaking Announcement About Royal Family’s Future Now defunct fake-news Brit sites, 1ndependent and Da1lyMail (see the naming convention trend?) originally posted this same story last year, claiming that the Queen would not only retire, but skip over Prince Charles in favor of Prince William to be King.…
Not even sure what the point is for hollywooodreporter.co, or the other sites connected to it. Doesn't matter; it's all fake -- and only barely funny.
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breakingnews247.net is another in a long list of prank sites (aka Lazy ClickBait). The site is upfront about what it is ("Prank your friends now!") but if you're not paying attention, you could get caught-out!