ABQ Journal Beats War Drum With Spread of Foreign Propaganda

In Iraq it was “weapons of mass destruction.” In Ukraine it’s “elevated levels of radiation.” In both cases, the mainstream media are parroting “government officials” without verifying the facts on the ground.

The banner story in “New Mexico’s leading news source” peddled in foreign misinformation Friday with a story claiming a Russian attack on a Ukrainian…

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