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Famous fake news writer found dead outside Phoenix
A leading purveyor of fake news in the 2016 presidential election has died outside Phoenix at the age of 38. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Mark Casey said Tuesday authorities discovered Paul Horner dead in his bed on Sept. 18. Casey said the Maricopa County medical examiner performed an autopsy which showed there were no signs of foul play. He said Horner had a history of prescription drug abuse and that “evidence at the scene suggested this could be an accidental overdose.”
Dawson’s teacher, 37-year-old Paul Horner who is an outspoken Atheist,
Federal agent Paul Horner, a 14-year veteran of the force, spoke with National Report by phone and had this to say:
36-year-old Phoenix resident Paul Horner was at the ATM when the robbery happened.
Former agent, Paul Horner, in his new tell-all book “The Black House,” reveals what goes on inside the White House when the news cameras are turned off.
Their only requirement, is you kill members of ISIS. Lots and lots of them. G6S, owned and operated by 35-year-old Paul Horner of Phoenix, Arizona, spoke with MSNBC today
On the former, a story surfaced appearing to be an interview with Mr. Horner. He was described as a former Secret Service agent who had written a book to expose “the real truth” about Barack Obama. The fake story said that Mr. Horner was “one-hundred-percent positive that President Obama is not only gay, but a radical Muslim as well.”
It was so widely shared that The Associated Press debunked it last year. In an interview with The Washington Post in November, Mr. Horner said he was the reason Mr. Trump had been elected
“My sites were picked up by Trump supporters all the time,” he told The Post. “I think Trump is in the White House because of me. His followers don’t fact-check anything — they’ll post everything, believe anything. His campaign manager posted my story about a protester getting paid $3,500 as fact. Like, I made that up. I posted a fake ad on Craigslist.”
In 2013, one of his articles stating that President Obama would use his money to open a Muslim culture museum was apparently so convincing that Fox News reported on it.