There's a question featured on HNQ at the moment.
The question asks if a headline from a website named Sputnik News is true.
As soon as the premise is examined it quickly falls apart and is easily proven false.
I asked in a comment beneath that question:
Given that this question is related to blatant propaganda, propaganda that relies on its headline message being spread far and wide, propaganda that doesn't hold up the second you scratch the surface; is it really a good idea that this question is in HNQ? Putting it in HNQ seems to be an act that works for the propaganda rather than against it (because more people will see the headline in passing and not read further, leaving them with the message implanted in their minds). Or, rather, does being in HNQ actually encourage deeper inspection? (as it has for me)
What do you think? I'm not questioning the question's right to exist, only its right to exist on HNQ.