A very unbiased staff, we see…
Not really. Fact-checker Arturo Garcia will annoy you to the core. Reading his tweets will make your blood boil. All this guy knows how to do is complain and blame others.
By Charlie Nash
Facebook’s new fact-checking partner Snopes is almost solely staffed by left-wing employees, some of whom have compared Trump supporters to “ethno-nationalists,” claimed that racism against white people is not possible, and praised national bans on “ultra-thin models.”
Snopes fact-checker Arturo R. Garcia, who also writes for Raw Story and works as the Editor-at-Large of “Racialicious”– “A blog about the intersection of race and culture” — labels himself a “progressive” in his Twitter bio and frequently engages in left-wing commentary while also determining what’s true or false at the “neutral” Snopes.
Quoting a tweet from an account which read “Ethno-populist Trump TV, coming soon to racists near you,” Garcia added, “I guess they finally got their White Entertainment Television”.
I guess they finally got their White Entertainment Television. https://t.co/cjmq9Etwwh
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) October 24, 2016
In other tweets, Garcia often attempted to portray Trump supporters in a negative light, while he also made numerous racially-provocative comments.
Also: Trump voter. https://t.co/KuIa5Zf4hm
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) June 16, 2016
Happy Black Panther Day, everyone!
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) April 6, 2016
This Bud Light Party ad makes Trump rallies look diverse.
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) February 8, 2016
White colleague: Two people stopped me to ask if I'm from California.
Me: I like this town. The white people get profiled!
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) July 29, 2016
White dude at the table: "Maybe I'm just in the minority, but –"
Me: "No, you're not a minority."
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) July 18, 2015
I dunno, might have to create more white folks in the comics to have enough content https://t.co/ydIkeEOt2b
— Arturo R. Garcia (@aboynamedart) May 16, 2015