Ben Swann

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(News presenter, Journalist, Activist, 9-11/Dissident)
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Swann in 2013
BornBenjamin Swann
17 July 1978
El Paso, Texas, USA
Alma materBrigham Young University, California State University
SpouseJasmine Swann
Interests • Sandy Hook
• Pizzagate
• Vaccines
• Autism
• COVID-19
A US information activist with a background in corporate media.

Ben Swann is a US television news anchor, political commentator and journalist.


Ben Swann has worked as a sports producer, news journalist and producer, and managing editor on network affiliates, FOX, and RT America of the Russian state-owned TV network RT. He received a number of television journalism awards by 2009. Ben Swann created the series Reality Check to address topics such as Pizzagate, and those surrounding the events at Aurora and Sandy Hook[1][2] as well as 9-11. He has also questioned the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian Civil War, the role of the United States in developing of ISIL, and the possible vaccine autism connection.

His employer demanded that he take down his internet media channel and most of his social media sites in 2017. He was fired in 2018 from CBS affiliate WGCL-TV in Atlanta, Georgia for pursuing his Reality Check show and continuing to investigate Pizzagate.

Views on Covid-19

On 18 March 2020, Ben Swann warned that seasonal flu could be twice as deadly as the COVID-19 outbreak. In a YouTube video, he suggested taking a look at the numbers from the WHO, and in an “apples to apples” comparison, he showed that the Coronavirus Disease has half the mortality rate of seasonal flu when it comes to "death to confirmed cases" ratio.[3]


Reality Check

In 2015, he was hired by CBS affiliate WGCL-TV in Atlanta, Georgia.[4] He was suspended in January 2017 for running a story about Pizzagate, reinstated after he took down his Truth in Media and Reality Check sites,[5] but then fired in 2018, after which he relaunched Reality Check.[6]

Liberty Nation

Swann relaunched Truth in Media in 2018 after he was fired by WGCL-TV, and began publishing pieces for the Liberty Nation website.[7]


Ben Swann launched the Isegoria social media platform,[8] named from the ancient Greek meaning "Equality of all in freedom of speech".[9]


In 2021 he started


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