Two Broke Chicks Podcast Episode #112: How to spot fake news and win every argument

Posted: 15 December 2021 12:15 am
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Zee Feed Editor Crystal Andrews schools Sal and Al on finding credible sources, thinking critically and coming out on top in a debate.

Do you have a hard time telling the difference between fake and factual news? Maybe you’ve heard an influencer’s theory and wondered where the hell they got their info? Same, sis… Same!

To get to the bottom of it all, Sal and Al chat to journalist and Zee Feed editor Crystal Andrews. Crystal explains how to spot credible sources and why you should read news across the political spectrum (no matter how much it may enrage you).

Plus, Al finds out about social media fatigue, while Sal gets advice on how to win an argument with your boomer relative at the family Christmas party.

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CREDITS

  • Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan
  • Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh
  • Editor: Bamby Media

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