When you ask what we don't like about a phony "news" story with an agenda, at least give us the option of saying we don't like fake news.
When you ask us what we don't like about fake news stories from sources with an agenda (e.g. "BGR Group", you might at least give us the option of saying we don't appreciate fake news.
Instead, you disingenuously give us "options" as to what we don't like that aren't really options at all.
BGR Group is a lobbying firm based in Washington. What they put out is progaganda, not news. If you must accept their money to disguise their material as news, give us the actual option of telling you what we don't like about it.
I want the choice to use the flag,ON MY COMPUTER. STOP ACTING LIKE POLITICIANS & TELLING US YOU KNOW WHATS BEST FOR US, THANK YOU
Matthew Snapp commented
Allowing users to filter out news "sources" they don't like will resolve this issue and many more.
Chickens coming home to roost. They should pay more attention to their customer base.
Exactly, all "articles" from the Huffington Post are just thinly veiled propaganda soaked in "progressive" bile.