There’s a new wave of fake news surfacing on social media, with many Americans losing their minds over what is now being described as a “global cultural crisis” of epic proportions.
With news that a major international conference will be taking place in Washington, D.C., in two weeks, and that President Trump is expected to travel to the United States for the first time since taking office, many Americans are questioning what the future holds for their country and their democracy.
Many are wondering if they can truly believe what is being reported about their country, as President Trump has called the news “fake news” on a daily basis.
A growing number of people are now questioning whether or not they should believe what they hear.
The “global crisis” is defined as a global phenomenon that has caused a loss of trust in governments, and the media, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
The report states that people in the world are not happy with the way their governments are doing things, and they are frustrated with what they see as their country’s leadership’s lack of action to tackle these problems.
“It’s the most intense, dangerous political moment we’ve seen in a long time, and I think it’s going to be a very dangerous time,” said Daniel McAdams, a former Republican National Committee chairman and a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
McAdams said he believes that Americans have been losing trust in the media and politicians in general, and he thinks that is what will drive the fake-news tsunami.
“We are going to have to start questioning our own institutions and start questioning the legitimacy of them,” he said.
“I think that’s what is driving the whole wave of these false news stories.”
In one of the most famous examples of fake-media news, The Washington Post reported that an unidentified person posted on Twitter that Trump was planning to visit “China,” and the next day, Trump tweeted out the same story on his official Twitter account.
But McAdams said that the news was not the only story on the fake media.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, McAdams claimed that the same person was behind numerous other news articles claiming that Trump would be visiting Russia.
He said that “the news of a meeting between the two countries was spread in this way in a way that really seemed to suggest that the meeting was happening,” and it was later debunked.
According to McAdams and other researchers, the reason that the Trump administration is so eager to meet with Russia is that it wants to make it seem as if Russia and China are at peace.
McAfee and McAdams say that many people are being misled by fake news.
But even if they don’t believe what the fake is, McAfee and others say that it’s not the end of the world, especially for people who are used to being fed misinformation and who have been deceived for years.
“There’s an entire generation of people that have been tricked,” McAfee said.
“People are going through this kind of mental gymnastics right now.”