Google implemented a new fact-checking feature to help provide reliable information for its readers. When searching for a media site, the results include what the site writes about and "reviewed claims," including who has fact-checked them and what the results were. Interestingly, this feature disproportionately targets conservative-leaning sites like The Federalist. Co-founder Sean Davis says their fact-checks are fake news. They feature things never said or written on their site. Out of 12,000 posted articles, Google came up with three. One includes only references to articles on mainstream sites. With Google and Twitter dominating the Internet space, where are conservatives supposed to go? Originally aired on Cam & Co 01/11/18.