WorldNewsDailyReport.com is FAKE NEWS
This website publishes primarily fake news articles, meaning that the articles published on the site are most likely going to be false. FAKE NEWS websites may deliberately publish fake news with the intention of tricking their readers, or may aggregate articles from other fake news sources and publish them without checking their legitimacy. As such, the site cannot be trusted to present accurate information.
WorldNewsDailyReport.com (WNDR) is one of the most prolific and long running fake news sites on the Internet, and has been responsible for a number of viral fake news stories dating back to 2013 when the site first started. So popular are the stories WNDR publishes, many continue to circulate years after they were published and many other fake news websites have been know to copy and paste stories that were originally published on WNDR.
Among WorldNewsDailyReports.com’s most popular articles is the claim that Monica Lewinsky endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, the claim a 550lb woman gave birth to a 35lb child, the claim that Yoko Ono confessed to an affair with Hillary Clinton and the ever persistent claim that the SS Cotopaxi was found 90 years after going missing in the Bermuda Triangle.
The success of WorldNewsDailyReport had all but created the “fake news” business model for countless other websites. At the height of its success, WNDR was ranked in the top 10,000 visited websites on the Internet, all from publishing fake news articles.
All this despite World News Daily Report having a disclaimer on their website throughout that reads in part –
WNDR assumes however all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle.
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