A network of social media users have discovered a way to remove all the fake news that appears in the Google News feed, including a large portion of conspiracy theories and conspiracy theories about former President Donald Trump.
The network of people using the Tor browser, a virtual private network, has been posting content in the feed of more than 100,000 articles.
It has been making the news since the beginning of the year.
On Wednesday, for example, the network published a story about the killing of a Russian politician in a restaurant.
A similar phenomenon occurred in the early days of Trump’s presidency, when people began to post articles that included false information about the president and his advisers.
A few days ago, for instance, a group of conspiracy theorists, known as the Trumpsploiters, posted articles on a blog about the assassination of former President Barack Obama.
That conspiracy theory, which was shared with the public in an article titled, “Obama and a White House assassin,” had become a meme on social media.
The Trumpsphere is so full of conspiracies and lies that the internet has become full of them as well, the blog said.
“In the face of this rampant fake news, it’s easy to fall victim to the Trumbsploit group.
It’s just as easy to believe anything they post, no matter how outlandish or ludicrous,” the group said in a post Wednesday.