Facts?

Please.

Ever read something on the internet and agree with it without checking its veracity? Of course you have!

We all have. Even old philosophy profs!

I would like to hear from readers on the subject. Do you check? How do you check? What online sites are a valuable and quick way to verify BEFORE reposting?

For example, I saw this story this morning:

“An American diplomat named Melanie Honcharenko was found dead shortly before testifying in the impeachment inquiry against U.S. President Donald Trump. ”

True or False??

Or, this one? “The hosts of “Fox & Friends” described children’s TV host Fred Rogers as an “evil, evil man.” ” True or False??

Here are a couple of sites to check stuff:

  1. Reference, facts, news.
  2. Snopes. One of the best.
  3. Canada.
Thanks!

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