We hate even reviewing sites like, because we know it’ll just drive traffic — however small — to their site. And traffic is the only thing ClickBait sites like are interested in.

Don’t take our word for it:

“There’s not a ton of thought put into it,” [site co-founder] Wade told The Post, about the way he manufactures fake stories from his sofa,

— From “Fake-news writers need to meet the real reporters who die trying to do their jobs,” Washington Post.

An example of their ClickBait shenanigans rests in this article: - fake news, clickbait

The headline makes you think that someone in Obama’s current new home committed suicide. When you read the story, however, you get a different story:

The first suicide at the NYC home occurred on July 22nd, 1988.

[. . .]

The second suicide happened in the same fashion just a few months ago.

Not quite the same thing. — the epitome of ClickBait.

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