12 Mythbusting Moments Necessary Because Of Podcasters

One podcast claimed that vitamin K literally does not exist.
12 Mythbusting Moments Necessary Because Of Podcasters

Ah, the podcasting world. It’s a place where anyone can have a voice, and where the only thing that matters is the content. Or at least that’s what we’d like to think. Unfortunately, the truth of the matter is that the podcasting world is full of lies, half-truths, and false claims. From Alex Jones’ false claims about the Sandy Hook shooting to Stephen Bannon’s ’War Room" podcast making up a fifth of all false claims looked at by the Brookings Institution, it’s clear that the podcasting world is not as trustworthy as it may seem. 

In this list, we’ll take a look at 12 lies peddled by podcasters, from Jamie Foxx’s reps denying reports of him being hurt by a COVID-19 vaccine to Kevin Samuels" suggestion that women over 35 without a partner are seen as "leftovers". We’ll also look at Marjorie Taylor Greene’s conspiracy theories, Joe Rogan’s false tweet about the coronavirus vaccine, and more. So, if you’re looking for a list of lies peddled by podcasters, you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out more!

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Murderous Member of Islamic State.

PODCAST BS CLAIMING YOU COMMITTED ATROCITIES FOR ISIS A man claimed that he had done bad things for the Islamic State in Syria, which was the focus of the 2018 podcast Caliphate. But, it turned out that he had never been to Syria, and had made up the whole story. CRACKED

The New York Times

AP News

Bannon’s ‘War Room’: 20% False Claims.

PODCAST BS PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING YOU HEAR ON STEVE BANNON'S PODCAST Steve Bannon's War Room podcast was responsible for a lot of false or unproven information, according to a study. It made up about a fifth of all the false claims in conservative media they looked at. CRACKED

War Room

The Hill

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