Today, a "Tim Martyn" from the Web site Daily News Bin posted a "report" about how the Kentucky gubernatorial election was stolen. Martyn gave no sources, no quotations, no data, and no logic. The report is pathetic innuendo, but it has gotten a little play on Facebook.
Who is Tim Martyn? In my opinoin, it appears "he" is a pseudonym. There is no "Tim Martyn" appearing on any other Web site. He's never worked for another news outlet, he's got no Facebook page or LinkedIn page or any other presence outside of Daily News Bin. No family, no friends, no past.
What is Daily News Bin? It is a "news" Web site created on February 16, 2015. No one knows who owns the domain, because it was registered secretly using the company Domains By Proxy. Rather obviously, I think, Daily News Bin has something to hide. Daily News Bin claims to be run by Bill Palmer, its "Senior Editor". There is, apparently, a "Bill Palmer". He's written all of two articles (that I can find) for BeatWeek, a music magazine. He claims to be the magazine's editor-in-chief, but if you go to BeatWeek's Web site and try to verify that -- you discover that the "About" page is an attack-page full of viruses that attempts to take over your computer. In fact, that's true of almost every page on BeatWeek's Web site, except for their "Contact Us" page.
When I visited the page, there were four "reporters" at Daily News Bin: Cara Harris, Tim Martyn, Christy Bishop Cricow, Reggie Smith, and Anita Finlay Harris. Martyn, and Smith seem not to exist. The only "Christy Bishop Cricow" I can find with a Google search is an interior designer and sticker manufacturer who lives in Eugene, Oregon. Anita Finlay Harris is a real person, who holds right-wing/libertarian views (she's a regular contributor to the right-wing The Jerry Doyle Show, the right-wing Americans Talk Radio Network, the right-wing Midpoint With Ed Berliner, the right-wing Talk Radio Network, and more). But if you search Daily News Bin for anything she's written, nothing comes up. Nor does a Google search of her name and Daily News Bin.
If you read the articles on Daily News Bin, IMHO it's clearly the site is a poorly written pro-Hillary Clinton site. It does nothing but promote Hillary Clinton. It talks as if Hillary Clinton already won the Democratic nomination for president. Now, Daily News Bin has Tech, Music, and Entertainment sections. But if you go to them, you discover them either empty or full of pro-Hillary Clinton articles.
I'm all for political Web sites. But this is a joke. It's so poorly done, I'm shocked anyone believes it.
Worse, if the site is in any way connected with Clinton, it's immoral, unethical, and an appalling manipulation of the news cycle. She should disown it.