Elon Musk Acquires Pravduh.com; Corrupt Journalists Will Soon Face Credibility Ratings
Elon Musk

Entrepreneurial playboy Elon Musk has announced that his journalist rating website has been registered under the domain Pravduh.com, since Pravda.com was owned by the Ukrainians. He recently purchased the website on May 25th, 2018, as indicated in a tweet on his Twitter account.

If you click on the web link it takes you to a blank page; there’s nothing there yet.

Musk has plans on filling out the site with a user rating system both for journalists and for the publications that they work for. The idea is to be able to rate the consistency and viability of the media publications and those who work there, so that average users can see whether or not a particular journalist is a peddler of propaganda and fake news.

This concept received overwhelming support from Musk’s followers and the general public, along with a lot of censure from activists pretending to be journalists and propaganda peddlers posing as journalists.

However, even Mr. Marvel himself, Stan Lee, was behind Musk’s attempt to bring rise to a website to hold journalists accountable for the news they produce, especially when it’s littered with inaccuracies and falsehoods.

Washington Post and Foreign Policy editors attempted to chastise Musk for attempting to hold them to the fire of ethics, claiming that he did not like being investigated. Musk, however, fired back that public interest and credibility need to be at the forefront of the news and that journalists should no longer be the arbiters of a predefined truth and the gatekeepers for controlling sociopolitical narratives.

There’s still no estimated time on when Musk will open up the site for proper use, but hopefully he follows through on it, because it will mean that we’ll no longer have articles escaping with blatant misinformation present in them like the Washington Post’s propaganda postmortem on Monica Petersen, or all of those articles defaming and misrepresenting consumer issues like #GamerGate.


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