Snopes.com is a liberal website that was originally devoted to collecting and debunking urban legends. It was started in 1997 by husband and wife team Barbara and David Mikkelson. Because the Mikkelson's have no formal background or experience in investigative research, it is filled with numerous, intentionally inaccurate information. The page tends to to explain away all criticism toward liberal politicians and public figures while giving conservatives the hatchet job. In 2016, Snopes spent the entire year unsuccessfully trying to defend Hillary Clinton.
Intentionally Inaccurate Information
- In 2016, the site tried to deny the basic fact that Hillary Clinton defended a child rapist and was later heard laughing about the case in an audio tape provided by the Washington Free Beacon. The site rated this basic fact as "mostly false."
- Snopes is skeptical about a great number of different topics. When it comes to Barack Obama, they have all the answers even though his records are sealed from the public.
- They reference Obama's autobiography 'Dreams From My Father' as a debunking source. This despite the book was ghost written by domestic terrorist Bill Ayers. Controversial subjects such as his birth certificate, Obama’s 1981 Trip To Pakistan using a U.S. passport, his college records, social security number, law license, etc., Snopes knows what hundreds of lawsuits have unable to unseal by the courts.
- Snopes calls concerns about deaths attributed to the HPV vaccine false despite CDC whistleblower publicly stating otherwise.
- Voter Fraud in 2012 was non-existent according to Snopes  except they ignore existing cases such as 35,000 instances of double voting in N. Carolina.
- Snopes Got Snoped
- SHOCK CONFESSION: Bill Ayers Reveals He Is Author Of “Dreams From My Father” in Latest Book, GatewayPundit, November 20,2013
- Can Snopes be Trusted on Health Issues?, Healthimpactnews, September 3, 2014
- 2012 Voter Fraud, Snopes.com
- N.C. State Board Finds More than 35K Incidents of ‘Double Voting’ in 2012, NationalReview, April 3, 2014