WND's Fake News About Measles

The anti-vaxxers at WorldNetDaily have long railed against the measles vaccine -- until a measles outbreak occurred in a Somali-American community, which WND suddenly decided to blame on Islam.

Related: How Many People Will WND Kill?A Vaccination Against Lies

The MRC Plots Revenge

The Media Research Center couldn't save Bill O'Reilly's job, but it's trying to save Sean Hannity's by hiding the truth, and it's lashing out at anyone who dares to criticize President Trump.

WND's Cynical Exploitation of Seth Rich

WorldNetDaily doesn't actually want to solve the former DNC staffer's murder -- that would mean it could no longer use his death as an excuse to bash the Clintons and push conspiracy theories.

Out There, Exhibit 67: WND's Arch of Fake News

WorldNetDaily tries to turn a reconstruction of the historic Arch of Palmyra -- meant as an act of defiance to the ISIS militants who destroy priceless artifacts -- into a metaphor for the return of pagan worship. Does WND side with ISIS on the destruction?

Faking It At WND, Part 2

WorldNetDaily continues to rail against fake news at the same time it continues to create fake news (while, again, denying that it does so).

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