The left wing Huffington Post recently published an article which suggested that the right to vote should be taken away from white men. You can read an excerpt of it here.
Now they’ve taken the article down. Because they can’t verify the existence of the author.
HuffPo Removes Article on Banning White Men from Voting After Discovering Author Doesn’t Exist
The Huffington Post removed an article arguing for banning white men from voting after they discovered that the author of the piece didn’t actually exist.
In the original article, which was titled “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?” supposed MA Philosophy Student Shelley Garland argued for the removal of voting rights and the redistribution of wealth from white men, citing the election of President Trump, Brexit, and South Africa’s Democratic Alliance as reasons to act.
“Some of the biggest blows to the progressive cause in the past year have often been due to the votes of white men,” wrote “Garland” in the article. “If white men were not allowed to vote, it is unlikely that the United Kingdom would be leaving the European Union, it is unlikely that Donald Trump would now be the President of the United States, and it is unlikely that the Democratic Alliance would now be governing four of South Africa’s biggest cities.”
So the Huffington Post publishes articles without verifying whether or not the writer is a real person?
Sounds like fake news to us.