Facebook and Google Take Action Against Real Raw News
Facebook has taken action against the Real Raw News page for posting conspiratorial and misinformation. Facebook says the page violates their COVID-19 policy. Google has also banned its ads in stories posted by the site. The Real Raw News account responded on Twitter and told its readers to follow its Telegram account instead.
The story of mass resignations in the Air Force is a fabrication. The article originates from a website that specializes in publishing unbelievable, false stories. Some of their more bizarre claims include: James Comey losing his head in a guillotine, Hillary Clinton hanging at Gitmo, and the Military Executing Tom Hanks.
Michael Baxter is the creator of three other websites and their associated YouTube channels. While his real name is Michael Tuffin, his websites promoted far-fetched conspiracy theories. In addition to the Real Raw News website, Michael Baxter also had accounts on Facebook, GoFundMe, and Instagram.
Michael Baxter, better known as Michael Tuffin, is a prominent figure in the world of conspiracy theories. He runs three websites and has a YouTube channel dedicated to promoting his theories. He lives in Texas and has lived in New York in the past. His online persona is considered one of the most controversial in the news.
Many people have criticized Tuffin for publishing unsubstantiated hoaxes. His “trust nobody but me” style of writing has raised concerns in misinformation experts. His false claims are more extreme than those of most other sites and he often runs several related stories about the same hoax.
Real Raw News has also received some negative press. A PolitiFact investigation revealed that the site was promoting “fake news” and that many of its stories were false. As a result, Facebook deleted the page and a Google ban was issued against the site. The site also promoted misinformation about vaccines and coronaviruses. The site’s owner, a man who goes by the pseudonym “Michael Baxter”, has been criticized for his use of pseudonyms.
Typosquatters are web domain name scammers who use the name of a legitimate news site to gain control of it. They use tactics like URL hijacking and spoofing to spread misinformation on the internet. They can collect personal information, download malware, and create fake news sites to fool internet users.
The satirical website Real Raw News has a history of publishing wildly inaccurate stories about high-profile figures, including Bill Gates. The website has reported on various charges against Gates, including pedophilia, extortion, and coercion of the Food and Drug Administration. It has also accused Gates of masterminding a child trafficking ring with Jeffrey Epstein.
Bill Gates’ friendship with a convicted pedophile was the catalyst for the divorce between him and his wife, Melinda. She was aware of his philandering ways, but chose to stay silent to protect her financial interests in the marriage. Trump also learned of Gates’ frequent weekend retreats to the Caribbean island of Epstein. She even had the paperwork for an Irma Lake lodge.
The rumours circulated on social media were false. Some accounts claimed that Bill Gates was arrested by the US military. However, the Gates Foundation and the US Department of Defense both disputed these claims. Bill Gates has since appeared at several public events and has been active on verified Twitter.