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A Rumble Video Posting Discussing The Actions Taken During Election Countermeasure
As seen in the clipping below, the Verified Department of Homeland Security’s Account in the Associated Press’s “OneWire” content accumulation service speaks about the DHS’s Election Audit and how it determined sharp inaccuracies in the election in favor of Joe Biden. Before we dive into the post on OneWire, we need to discuss a few things.
What Is AP News’s OneWire?
OneWire is the name of a service that connects agencies and reporters from across the planet together. Their job is simple. Make a platform that makes it easy to share information between verified sources in order to cut down on misinformation. Hence the name “Associated Press” and “OneWire”. OneWire can only be accessed by content providers and sharing partners in the news networks in the United States and abroad.
Can I Read AP OneWire Articles?
The general public cannot read AP OneWire press releases until a provider or other journal agency releases the text of that article for public viewing. Once that occurs, it is called a “lead off”. A lead off will act as a source for the information. Sometimes, these articles are leaked before they are shared by content providers, such is the case as I will allow you to see it.