Sunday, November 27, 2016

Disinfomedia Fake Media Run By Democrat

Disinfomedia Fake Media Run By Democrat --- ===

Jestin Coler, a registered Democrat is founder and CEO of a company called Disinfomedia which was tracked down by NPR to be behind disinformation fake news sites Denver Guardian and the Baltimore Gazette which has been noted by Snopes as a source of fake right-wing news.  It is believed that the news was created to discredit conservatives and the credibility of the alt-right movement, as well as making a claimed $30,000 a month in advertising. According to Coler ""The whole idea from the start was to build a site that could kind of infiltrate the echo chambers of the alt-right," "

  • ABCnews.com.co[2] - mimics the URL, design and logo of ABC News.[4][5] Owned by Jestin Coler.[6][7][8]
  • Conservativefrontline.com - Owned by Jestin Coler[8]
  • Denverguardian.com - Owned by Jestin Coler[8]
  • DrudgeReport.com.co - Owned by Jestin Coler[2][8]
  • Firebrandleft.com - Owned by Jestin Coler[8]
  • Internationalreport.net - Owned by Jestin Coler[8]
  • MSNBC.com.co[2]
  • National Report - Founder Jestin Coler told Columbia Journalism Review "When it comes to the fake stuff, you really want it to be red meat. [...] It doesn’t have to be offensive. It doesn’t have to be outrageous. It doesn’t have to be anything other than just giving them what they already wanted to hear."[2][4][12][8]
  • usatoday.com.co - Owned by Jestin Coler[8]
  • unitedmediapublishing.com - Owned by Jestin Coler[8]
  • washingtonpost.com.co - Originally registered by Jestin Coler[8][22]

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Meet NPR’ Poster-boy for the “Fake News” Crisis, Jestin ...
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amerika.org · 2 days ago
In a thoroughly entertaining article, National People’s Radio (NPR) says that the people making the fake news are Leftists attempting to discredit the Alt Right: Coler is a soft …

The man behind Denver Guardian (and many other fake news websites) discovered in the suburbs
Denver Post · 4 days ago
Meet Jestin Coler, a registered Democrat, the 40-year-old founder and CEO of Disinfomedia and the creator of DenverGuardian.com (among many other fake sites). …

We Tracked Down A Fake-News Creator In The Suburbs. Here's What We Learned
Houston Public Media · 4 days ago
"The whole idea from the start was to build a site that could kind of infiltrate the echo chambers of the alt-right," says Jestin Coler, whose company, Disinfomedia, is …

Jestin Coler: Trump Fans Spread Fake News, Helped Him Make ...
The Inquisitr3 days ago

Jestin Coler is one rich man. And Coler admits that Trump supporters have helped to add to his up to $30,000 or so monthly income — but not in ways you would assume.

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Nov 24, 2016 · Jestin Coler: Trump Fans Spread Fake News, Helped Him Make Up To $30,000 Monthly For 'National Report' And Hoax Websites. Jestin Coler is one rich …Home - Baltimore Gazettebaltimoregazette.comBaltimore Gazette is Baltimore's oldest news source and one of the longest running daily newspapers published in the United States. With a focus on local content, ...

Someone revived the Baltimore Gazette to spread fake news ...
www.citypaper.com/blogs/...someone-revived-the-baltimore-gazette-to...The Baltimore Gazette, a newspaper that existed very briefly just after the Civil War, has returned online as a site to spread fake news stories and other nonsense.


investigative reporters at the Baltimore Gazette have brought home a dilly of a scoop: “Multiple reports and leaked information from inside the Clinton camp claim that the Clinton campaign was given the entire set of debate questions an entire week before the actual debate.”

Earlier last week an NBC intern was seen hand delivering a package to Clinton’s campaign headquarters, according to sources. The package was not given to secretarial staff, as would normally happen, but the intern was instead ushered into the personal office of Clinton campaign manager Robert Mook. Members of the Clinton press corps from several media organizations were in attendance at the time, and a reporter from Fox News recognized the intern, but said he was initially confused because the NBC intern was dressed like a Fed Ex employee.


That’s some serious shoe-leather! Unfortunately there was un problema. As the Baltimore City Paper’s Brandon Weigel reported last week: The Baltimore Gazette, a newspaper that existed very briefly just after the Civil War, has returned online as a site to spread fake news stories and other nonsense.

One article in particular, “ATLANTA OFFICER KILLS BLACK WOMAN, INJURES CHILD, FOLLOWING BREASTFEEDING ARGUMENT,” caught the attention of the online sleuths at Snopes.com after it apparently went viral. Search “Baltimore Gazette” on Facebook and you’ll find a number of people who have been deceived by the breastfeeding story or are trying to prevent others from doing the same.

Yes, turns out the Baltimore Gazette is just one more in an increasingly baffling array of “parody” news sites that swap the humor of The Onion with the crackpottery of your great-uncle’s emails, all while dressing up their wares with as close an approximation to real news as they can muster. (Weigel reports that the “Gazette” does salt its bogus offerings with occasional stories that are on the level ― and stolen from other sources.)


Baltimore Gazette Archives | Snopes.com debunks a lot of fake news stories
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Oct 12, 2016

  • NPR tracked down a fake-news right creator in the suburbs. This father of two is 40 years old, soft-spoken — and responsible for much of the fake news churned out in the closing months of the election. He says his fake-news stories work well — to the tune of more than 1.6 million visitors for even a single story — because they fit easily into existing conspiracy theories. 'The people wanted to hear this' denver press wordpress blog... able link that address to a name: Jestin Coler. founder and CEO of a company called Disinfomedia... NPR Finds The Head Of A Covert Fake News Operation Nov 23, 2016 · The man indicated that's who he was. But when I asked about Disinfomedia, he said, "I don't know what to tell you guys. Have a good …

  • We Tracked Down A Fake-News Creator In The Suburbs. Here's ...
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    "The whole idea from the start was to build a site that could kind of infiltrate the echo chambers of the alt-right," says Jestin Coler, whose company, Disinfomedia ...
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    Q&A with Jestin Coler, registered Democrat and founder of Disinfomedia, which owns fake news sites including the Denver Guardian, on ad networks, money, more — A ...
    Intelligent Designs » Disinformation on the Net should be ...
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    Now enter companies like Disinfomedia. A company specifically formed to lie to you. To provide realistic stories that are false. Not ..
    There is no such thing as the Denver Guardian, despite ...
    www.denverpost.com/.../there-is-no-such-thing-as-the-denver-guardian
    Nov 05, 2016 · The “Denver Guardian” is not a real news source and definitely isn’t Denver’s oldest news source Nov. 5, a story began circulating on Facebook (at points gaining 100 shares per minute) with the headline “FBI AGENT SUSPECTED IN HILLARY EMAIL LEAKS FOUND DEAD IN APPARENT MURDER-SUICIDE,” and hosted at denverguardian.com... Let’s run down the list of red flags: There is no Walkerville, Maryland.... does not have a police department, making the quote from “Walkerville Police Chief Pat Frederick” null and void...looks suspiciously like “The Baltimore Gazette,” another fake news site that The Baltimore City Paper called out in September for sharing a false news story about police violence and breastfeeding....WHAG-TV, has no coverage of a murder-suicide house fire.. Really the financial part of it isn’t the only motivator for me. I do enjoy making a mess of the people that share the content that comes out of our site. It’s not just the financial incentive for me. I still enjoy the game I guess,” he said when asked if he was just in it for the money.man behind Denver Guardian (and many other fake news websites) discovered in the suburbsDenver Post · 3 days ago
    A few weeks before the election, we debunked a fake news story from a site touting itself as the “Denver Guardian.” same ad code was used on multiple sites, including NationalReport.net.
    So-called ‘Denver Guardian’ fake news site traced to a man in the L.A. suburbs
    coloradofoic.org · 4 days ago
    National Public Radio: A lot of fake and misleading news stories were shared across social media during the election. One that got a lot of traffic had the headline: “FBI …
    NPR tracks down "fake news" entrepreneur claiming up to $30,000 a month from ads: "I have a beautiful life"
    Boing Boing (blog) · 3 days ago
    The Denver Guardian looked enough like a real news site to convince legions of Facebookers that its fake news about Hillary Clinton was worth sharing. The ….