The original post, which can be viewed here, was written by someone named Shelley Garland, who claims to be a philosophy student.They'd have made her up on their own soon enough...
Except, according to Huffington Post SA Editor-in-Chief Verashni Pillay, Garland isn’t a real person.
“Huffington Post SA has removed the blog ‘Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?’ published on our Voices section on April 13, 2017,” Pillay wrote to her readers over the weekend.
“We have done this because the blog submission from an individual who called herself Shelley Garland, who claimed to be an MA student at UCT, cannot be traced and appears not to exist,” she explained.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Eager To Believe
Another bad day for fake news:
This is not the plan they thought it was:
The regulators are still at it: Using the "altFEC" twitter account, one of several "alt" sites set up by government work...
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