Tuesday, October 10, 2017

StarlingClubs.info

Come on, StarlingClubs.info, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from October 10 is titled, "Star Trek: Discovery Cast Want Trump to Watch the Series."

A ScreenRant post from October 10 is titled, "Star Trek: Discovery Cast Want Trump to Watch the Series."

Your opening:
The cast and crew of Star Trek: Discovery is keen for President Donald Trump to watch their show, as it turns out. It’s easy to imagine the POTUS finding an affinity for Jason Isaacs’ Captain Lorca, the morally questionable “wartime leader” who leads the eponymous U.S.S. Discovery. 
Some have questioned what Lorca is hiding, and wondered whether he is the true villain of the piece, despite his status as an authority figure on the side of the supposed good guys.

The opening from ScreenRant:

The cast and crew of Star Trek: Discovery is keen for President Donald Trump to watch their show, as it turns out. It’s easy to imagine the POTUS finding an affinity for Jason Isaacs’ Captain Lorca, the morally questionable “wartime leader” who leads the eponymous U.S.S. Discovery. Some have questioned what Lorca is hiding, and wondered whether he is the true villain of the piece, despite his status as an authority figure on the side of the supposed good guys.

You're using someone else's content, and you've got AdChoices to boot?  That's just sketchy.