Do you honestly not see how this is a pattern for you though?
You keep saying how great you are at "looking at all the facts from both sides" in your amazing internet research. Yet, you refuse to put in even the bare minimum to look into the sources you easily slide into the "other side" category. I've seen you brush off criticism when citing sources that promote all kinds of crazy **** as "I didn't research every thing they've ever posted but this one thing I agree with must be true".
You constantly make ridiculous claims based on reading a headline or random tweet in passing, then say you weren't "spending all night looking into it" as if that's an excuse for spreading nonsense disguised as fact.
I'm not making a mountain out of a mole hill, I'm pointing out yet an other example of a hilarious pattern of behavior that you are apparently oblivious to in the hope that one day, you'll actually take a look in the mirror.
Let me try giving you a few tips to help.
1. If during your research, you find a link that you think might be "evidence", take a quick look around the site. Do you see any flat earth posts? Birther? 9/11 was an inside job? If so, best not to use this as a source.
2. If you see a headline or tweet making a claim, maybe take a second to look into the claim before repeating it multiple times as fact.
3. Until you get some practice in 1&2, maybe hold off criticizing other posters for "blindly believing the news" since your track record right now isn't great.
I'm just trying to help you, bro.