I’ve found the following websites and social media accounts to be more accurate than the official news website of the Democratic Party.
In a recent article, The Associated Press (AP) reported that there are over 100,000 fake Democratic Party Facebook accounts.
The site has now changed its design to make it easier for users to spot such accounts.
The AP, reported that these accounts are creating fake news articles, spreading fake news and promoting false claims that Democrats are being bullied or controlled by the Donald Trump administration.
“The fake news is becoming the new normal,” said John Biederman, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for the Study of Disinformation.
Facebook has made its platform easier to spot fake news on the site, according to Biedere.
A recent study by The Daily Beast found that Facebook is the largest source of fake news in the U.S. and that Facebook has over $600 million worth of fake content on its site.
So, the news media should stop promoting fake news.
However, I’m not convinced that fake news should be considered a hoax.
Even if a fake news article is accurate, it’s hard to know for sure.
It is very hard to find the source of the fake article.
And the article doesn’t always appear on the Facebook page that posted it.
The AP’s report, however, said that Facebook had added a new flag for false news, a yellow circle.
This new flag indicates that the article is fake news, and that the author should take action to flag the article.
The problem with the AP report is that it was only based on a small sample of fake Facebook accounts and didn’t account for other sources that are likely to spread fake news stories.
If you are an honest news consumer, you should be skeptical about the news sites that promote fake news or the fake news outlets that share their stories.
Biedere told The Huffington Post that he has found that it’s more important for readers to be critical of fake stories and not share their findings with the media.
Biederman also pointed out that the new flag is only a flag.
In the meantime, he said, it would be better to look for the source.