How to spot a fake news story

How to spot a fake news story

title How do I spot a Fake News Story article?

article How do you spot a hoax?

A lot of people are getting into the habit of posting fake news stories online.

I know that I do too, and I can’t help but feel a bit sick.

I was watching a lot of fake news coverage in the news yesterday and I was getting pretty sick of it.

A lot, really.

Here are some of the best and worst fake news articles out there.

And, let’s be honest, most of them aren’t as terrible as they look.

Some of the things that you’ll see in here are just not true at all, but they definitely do not reflect the truth.

They are just fake.

And that’s okay.

Fake news isn’t real, and if you believe it, it’s okay to share.

But, as I said, this is not about the content.

It’s about how you’re being told it.

And it’s not about being told by someone you trust, but by the people who are telling you that you’re right.

Here’s how to spot fake news, and how to share it.

The first step is to recognize what you are being told.

When you’re talking about the news, you’re telling the story as if it were real.

When it comes to the fake news we’ve just mentioned, you are telling it as if you have a very specific, very specific agenda.

The fake news you’re seeing on social media and the news sites you frequent is a mix of fact and fiction.

There’s no real evidence to back it up.

So if you see a story about a guy with a dog that he claims has cancer, that’s not true.

The story is based on a video that you’ve seen that is just a bunch of clips of people being crazy.

But if you watch that video, you see this dog that is supposed to have cancer and the story is so much more outlandish than it really is.

And you know what?

It’s just a video.

The people who write that story are using a video as a basis for their opinion.

There is no basis for the story, and it’s just fiction.

Here is what fake news really looks like: A real news story is a news story.

If you’re reading the news at the moment, you’ve got two choices: you can read it and see it for yourself.

Or, you can click on a link and see that the story’s just made up.

Or you can watch the video, which shows that the dog is supposed in fact has cancer.

That’s not news.

You don’t get to choose between these two options.

So when you see the video of the dog with cancer, what you see is a bunch a videos, a lot more videos than you really should be seeing.

But the video itself is just that.

It shows that there is a dog with a serious disease.

And the video is fake news.

But that doesn’t mean that the video isn’t true.

In fact, you should definitely check it out.

The second thing you need to know is what’s real.

The thing is, there is actually a huge amount of fake information out there that we have to check and verify.

And when we do, we usually have to put up with it because it’s a huge part of our daily lives.

But it’s worth it, because the fake stories we’ve been seeing lately are not news at all.

They’re propaganda.

They say the opposite of what’s actually true.

If they’re not true, then that means they’re propaganda, right?

And that means you should stop reading the fake.

We’re trying to tell you what’s true and what’s fake, and what the news media should be telling you.

So, what are the fake articles you should be reading?

Here are the best ones: Fake news articles that are real.

Here, the headline is not misleading.

It is not the kind of headline that will be shared as a news headline or posted in a newspaper.

The headline is a headline.

The word “news” is not even on it.

Fake article about fake news that is really about fake stories.

A fake article about the Russian hackers who stole information from the Democratic National Committee.

This article is a fake article that is part of a fake conspiracy theory.

This is a hoax article.

A false claim that has been debunked.

The latest fake article from the fake conspiracy theorist conspiracy theory that claims the U.S. government has “lost track of millions of dollars” due to the Zika virus.

This story is not a hoax.

It was originally posted in The Washington Post on November 20, 2017, and has since been taken down.

It appears that the article was posted in response to a Reddit thread in which people alleged that the United States government had lost the money it had spent on the Zika vaccine.

There are multiple fake articles that have been published over the last few days.

And even though the conspiracy theory