Hey, You Can Always Trust What's On
Turns out MartinLutherKing.Org is owned by Neo-Nazi's,
says new report
January 15, 2018
Chronicle news-opinion-expert analysis
(NATIONAL) -- It's a good thing you people with a lick of sense come to get your news from the 100% Gold Standard of American journalism, the Sky Valley Chronicle because god knows you cannot trust most of the filthy, nasty, rude, zero-credible crapola on the Internet that passes for unbiased information these days.
Case in point: turns out that the website MartinLutherKing.Org "is Owned by Neo-Nazis," says a new piece in The Daily Beast.
"The page by the Neo-Nazi Stormfront calls King a “sexual deviant” with a “propensity for violence,” and is a top result for searches of “Martin Luther King” on Google," says the Beast report.
Huh? Didn't we just tell you that you can't trust nobody no more no how? When you gonna wake up and smell the roses buddy boy?
The lovely and talented Ben Collins and Max Toomey over at the Beast write, "In the week before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MartinLutherKing.org, a website run by the Neo-Nazi website Stormfront that calls King a “sexual deviant” with an “uncontrollable lust and propensity for violence,” was a top result for searches of “Martin Luther King” on Google."
Geeeeeez. Shows you how asleep at the wheel Google can be, yes? Doesn't Google like make a bazillion dollars an hour? Can't they afford to hire a few buck-an-hour schleps in Bangalore (like other American companies do all the time) to watch for this stuff and nip it in the bud before it happens?
Man, if we were running things over at Google we'd clean house. We'd take names and kick some serious ass. People would jump out of the way and drop to their knees and commence to begin a tremblin' and a prayin' when they saw us comin'.
"The site’s placement on the first page of results for King’s name," says The Beast report " forces results with truthful content or historical documents off the first page in favor of racist propaganda about “white children” and conspiracy theories". (Bold emphasis, ours)
The first reference to King’s “I Have A Dream” speech, for example, appears on the second page says the Beast report.
It is a sad and disgusting commentary about the state of fake news and mis-information in the wonderful "digital age." (Gag)
Read it here and weep kids.
And remember...trust no one from here on out except your pals at the mighty Chronicle and sometimes The Daily Beast.
And perhaps Jesus. We're pretty sure you can trust Jesus. Assuming he returns your phone calls.