The spread of misinformation isn’t inherent in human but human has been exploited by brainwashers for millenia. Human tend to believe something true when it is less demanding for their brain. The mere repetition of a claim can make man think that it’s true. Persons can be emotionally biased if it fits their own worldview. What you see is all there is! People tend not to look for what they do not see. They rather rely on the information that is directly available to them, without being fully aware of what they do not know. As the community grows, it can be individually challenging to dissent from the majority mentality.

The use of facts and storytelling as a tool of political mobilization has been a long-established means to persuade the public to believe in what is entirely a hoax! The information and news can be carefully selected, or presented within a context that favors one interpretation over another. Technology is advancing every day, and false things can appear real with this secret way. It has caused our brains full of distractions and busier than ever! So many different social media and news platforms have been at present making a lot of conflicting information that can be hard to wrap viewer’s head around.

It’s really crucial to rely on yourselves to determine a truth. Be curious,be skeptical, and be aware! Factual truths are described as those facts and events that require testimony!  Let any digested information fully understood before affecting a mind. All headlines making a breaking effect but must be discerned through going into its whole details. What you have in any conversion requiring acceptance rather than rejection must need at least three sources to verify a truth. This method of cross-reference and triangulation prevent any feeling of ill-informed emotional temper leading to misinformation, unverified facts and false claims.

We can see them all over our televisions, in the paper and on website. This pervasive problem results in provoking the buzz term-fake news making audiences and viewers no longer know what to believe. Today there is no discrimination between journalism and the too blurred demeaning report. A role of a journalist is to provide daily information-to provide accurate testimony of the political realm. Politicians and opinion makers have seized upon this opportunity as an exercise of power. Social media networks present a new and powerful tool to manipulate consent. Reading a post off the Facebook is currently living on such a so-called legitimate catastrophe that the newly-coined term “post-truth” has come into being.

A single fact-checked misinformation, no matter how small, could result in anything from losing a trust, following a wrong idea, or becoming the target of an internet backlash. Inaccurate reports can have catastrophic results in smearing a political dissent by clickbaiting to entice readers into accepting a certain media repercussion. Political candidates are on television all day, and fact-checking every word they say devolves into a game of gotcha– an instance of publicly tricking someone or exposing them to ridicule, especially by means of an elaborate deception. The strength of censorship was not only controlling what facets of history could be hidden from the public but also what did circulate in public in its interpretations. Consequently, the lack of documentary material makes it difficult to establish a more accurate historical narrative. Fact checkers can readily accept that politicians and other opinion makers will selectively use facts to suit a particular narrative. So, what they reject is the falsification of the factual testimony. The modern political lie is too big to have factual stories in substituting reality.


  1. Clank- as made by pieces of metal being struck together
  2. Clink-as of sharp ringing glass objects struck together
  3. Clunk-as of dull, heavy metal thick pieces strinking together
  4. Chime-as of striking a bell
  5. Plash-as of striking the surface of water
  6. Peal-as of loud repeated sound of a bell
  7. Ping-as of short high-pitched sound
  8. Ding-as of soft ringing sound
  9. Splash-as of something falling into a liquid
  10. Swash-as of an object moving in water
  11. Jangle-as of ringing discordant sound
  12. Jingle-as of light ringing metal objects shaken together
  13. Rattle-as of shaking and striking repeatedly against a hard surface or object
  14. Clatter- as of hard objects falling or striking each other
  15. Tinkle-as of light, clear ringing sound
  16. Babble-as of people talking simultaneously
  17. Burble-as of continuous murmuring noise
  18. Gurgle-as of water running out of a bottle
  19. Bubble-as of water rising over the surface
  20. Trickle-as of a small stream flowing
  21. Drizzle-as of a liquid running over food
  22. Dribble-as of small drops running continuously
  23. Drip-as of small drops flowing
  24. Sprinkle-as of small particles running over a surface


  1. Beach sand is also moved on such oblique wind days, due to the ________ and backwash of water on the beach. SWASH
  2. She dropped her cigarette into a puddle and slid off of the bonnet of my car, landing with a _________ on the gravel. SPLASH
  3. Presently a gondola was passing along the canal with its slow rhythmical ________, and as we listened, we were watching it in silence. PLASH
  4. Late that evening, the doorbell’s ________ sounded throughout the still house. CHIME
  5. When the ten minutes are up, as signified by the _______ of an egg timer, a piece of nautical equipment as pedigreed as an astrolabe or a sextant. DING
  6. The gun’s trigger guard cracked with a high-pitched _________, but the sound was pretty much lost in the screaming. PING
  7. The bell that will ________ at the end of Sunday’s ceremony was salvaged from the ship and usually sits in the foyer of Forum North. PEAL
  8. In fact, I was realizing it only when my own sweat began to _______ off my brow and into my eye. DRIP
  9. It was silent for a long moment, except for the usual ________ of wagon wheels on the uneven street and the muffled shouts of men calling from their market stalls. CLUNK
  10. Her mother screeched and sat up abruptly, having the chair topple down onto the floor in a loud ________ of noises. CLANK
  11. The bottles slid down their slots, greeting their brothers with a satisfying ________. CLINK
  12. Leaning back slightly, he felt the porcelain gun on the inside of his coat, rubbing against his side, and the light ________ of a jar of pills. JINGLE
  13. We waited another minute, till finally we heard keys ________ and a masculine throat-clearing. JANGLE
  14. The ________ of the bell as the door opens pistols me as though it were a starting gun. TINKLE
  15. A shout captured everyone’s attention, and they scurried down from the rocks to the ________ of water. TRICKLE
  16. Dose’s continuous incoherent diatribe evokes in turn the _______ of a madman, the discourse of a preacher or the conversation of a child. BABBLE
  17. Rushing down a hallway, she hears a ________ of conversation and an occasional male guffaw, but as she enters the room utter silence is descending. BURBLE
  18. The addition makes the tepache fizz and ________, and it’s said to be extremely good for the digestion. BUBBLE
  19. He heard waves pounding in his ears, the soft ________ beneath the waves, the silty sound of sand being moved within hidden currents. GURGLE
  20. Put the garlic-scented slices of toasted bread on to a plate then _______ olive oil over them. DRIZZLE
  21. Spread the mashed potatoes on top of the corn and ________ with the parsley. SPRINKLE
  22. She was thinking about going back home when she heard hooves ________ on the bridge. CLATTER
  23. They’re also much quieter, though they still have that familiar _______ in low gear, the sound made by the London black cab. RATTLE
  24. The restaurant area is aglow with vibrant shades of turquoise and tangerine, while huge candles _______ waxen stalactites down one wall. DRIP

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