NOW Magazine

Fake news twists truth about Venezuela crisis


Fake news has been around long before Trump. And no country has seen more than Venezuela (NOW, June 1-7). In the upside down world of Venezuela, protestors allegedly carry .45s and use Molotov cocktails to burn public offices and city buses. And dictatoria­l government­s have full elections, provide free university and health care and food and build 1.5 million homes free for the poorest of the population. In Venezuela, the wealthy elite go on strike, bang pots in the streets and demand press freedom.

S. Meikle Toronto

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