Article “The FaceBook Fact Check Fraud”

Jun 24, 2024

The FaceBook Fact Check Fraud !!! is one of fecesbook’s current “fact-checkers…
here is a little research on them…and it is obvious that they have a globalist slant…

Fact Checking is run by the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC), a political and media thinktank started in 1993 by Walter and Leonore Annenberg under the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania (ASCUP) and funded by the multibillion dollar Annenberg Foundation. The current president of ASCUP is Amy Gutmann.
Walter Annenberg
Walter Annenberg (1908-2002) was the son of Moses Annenberg, a newspaper businessman that purchased the Philadelphia Inquirer and was indicted in what was at the time called “the single greatest case of tax fraud in U.S. history”.
Walter attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, but he dropped out before attaining a degree.
After his father’s death in 1942, he took over his father’s business and greatly expanded it, buying up rival newspapers and even buying up radio and TV stations. He started new publications, such as TV Guide and Seventeen Magazine, and it published Playboy Magazine.
In 1951 he married Leonore Cohn, niece of Harry Cohn, the founder and president of Columbia pictures until his retirement. It was said that Harry Cohn exchanged sexual favors for employment with actresses and was said to keep an autographed photo of Benito Mussolini on his desk. According to biographer Michael Fleming, Cohn forced Curly Howard of the Stooges to keep working after suffering a series of minor strokes, which likely contributed to a further deterioration of Howard’s health and his eventual retirement and early death.
In 1966, Annenberg used The Inquirer to cast doubt on the candidacy of Democrat Milton Shapp for governor of Pennsylvania. Shapp was highly critical of the proposed merger of the Pennsylvania Railroad with the New York Central Railroad and was pushing the US Interstate Commerce Commission to prevent it from occurring. Annenberg, who was the biggest individual stockholder of the Pennsylvania Railroad, wanted to see the merger succeed (which it did) and he was frustrated with Shapp’s opposition. During a press conference, an Inquirer reporter asked Shapp if he had ever been a patient in a mental hospital. Never having been in one, Shapp simply said “no.” The next day, a five-column front page Inquirer headline read, “Shapp Denies Mental Institution Stay.” Shapp and others have attributed his loss of the election to Annenberg’s newspaper.
Amy Gutmann
Amy Gutmann is a “political scientist” from Princeton University and claims to be an egalitarian from the school the school of thought of Liberalism.
Her contributions to political “science” are her theories on what she calls “deliberative democracy” and on “group identity”. In her 2018 University of Pennsylvania Commencement speech, “Think Uniquely, Stand United,” she said that “. . . what makes us unique and what unites us are not starkly opposed. Uniqueness and unity are the twin pillars of a strong pluralism. We thrive when we combine unity of shared values with our unique perspectives on life. It has never been more important that we think uniquely while we stand united.”
From 2005 to 2009, Gutmann served on the National Security Higher Education Advisory Board, a committee that advises the FBI on national security issues relating to academia. In 2009, Barack Obama appointed Gutmann chair of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, and reappointed her in early 2012. Gutmann is a member of the Global University Leaders Forum (GULF), which convenes at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. She was also among the leaders of a select group of presidents of research universities throughout the world that advised the United Nations Secretary-General on a range of global issues, including academic freedom, mass migration, international development, and the social responsibilities of universities, call the Global Colloquium of University Presidents.
Her husband, Michael Doyle, graduated from Jesuit High School in Tampa, Florida and is a professor at Columbia University. He was also a member of the External Research Advisory Committee of the UNHCR and the Advisory Committee of the Lessons-Learned Unit of the Department of Peace-Keeping Operations (UN). He is a member of Council of Foreign Relations, New York.

In addition, the “fact checkers” known as “Science Feedback” and Health Feedback” are also heavily funded by the Annenberg Public Policy Center.

“Hundreds of billions of dollars are spent every year to control the public mind.” ~Noam Chomsky