When Philip DeFranco's news channel, SourceFed, reported on an incident regarding Professor Richard Dawkins at an airport terminal in Edinburgh, their reporting was very misleading, especially given that their source came across as more of a gossip column instead of a report. Regardless of whether they were trying to be comical, they were factually erroneous in several aspects which I discuss in this video.
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SourceFed's source for the video:
The Independent - "'Bin Laden has won, they confiscated my honey': Outspoken academic Richard Dawkins in airline security Twitter row over jar of honey"
Professor Dawkins' article in The Guardian regarding the incident:
"My honey trap: why doesn't anyone believe in public-spirited concern?"
Professor Dawkins' previous article relating to airport security written back in 2011:
Prospect Magazine - "If I ruled the world"
LiveLife8072's video correcting SourceFed - "SourceFed Hates Dawkins & Atheism?"
"The 10 Commandments For Atheists?!" - a SourceFed video which Elliott Morgan hosted himself (credit to LiveLife8072 for pointing this out in his video):
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