It’s all coming out now, isn’t it?
Lying leftists in the corporate media writing outright fabrications while they accuse us of misinformation shows their hypocrisy front and center…
USA Today was forced to remove 23 stories from its website after they were revealed to be complete fabrications. The stories were authored by Gabriela Miranda who has since resigned from her position at the outlet.
Trending: BO POLNY DELETED!
How can they possibly be determining the ‘truth’ for the public if this is the shameless state of affairs at their outlet? Are they going to face some sort of sanctions for their spread of misinformation from these social media companies?
Is Gabriella Miranda all that unique? How many others do they have at USA Today doing something similar but haven’t been caught yet?
Personally, I don’t think we are going to see them face punishment; they’re going to go on writing fake articles about ‘white nationalism’ and ‘domestic terrorism’ while continuing to call us ‘misinformation’ outlets.
Here’s what we currently know:
USA Today is a fact check partner for Facebook and maybe even Twitter.
They just got busted produce fabricated news. Literally fake. Made up. Complete disinformation.
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 16, 2022
— Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) June 17, 2022
The New York Post sounded the alarm:
Miranda’s most recent news story for USA Today is dated April 17.
According to the bio on her website, Miranda was assigned to cover “trending news nationwide” while at USA Today.
Before being hired by USA Today, she covered education and the Hispanic community with the Gainesville Times in Georgia.
USA Today reporter Gabriela Miranda was caught and fired for completely making up sources for 23 stories she authored. https://t.co/xQAaADKXuM
— Media Research Center (@theMRC) June 18, 2022
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) June 17, 2022
USA Today has since removed the fabricated publications:
After receiving an external correction request, USA TODAY audited the reporting work of Gabriela Miranda. The audit revealed that some individuals quoted were not affiliated with the organizations claimed and appeared to be fabricated.
The existence of other individuals quoted could not be independently verified. In addition, some stories included quotes that should have been credited to others.
As a result, USA TODAY removed 23 articles from its website and other platforms for not meeting our editorial standards.