Sometimes if the "news" seems too fantastical - it might be. Take time to verify the news, if it seems so. Often times, things go viral, but that doesn't make them true. It's sometimes best to let things play out before quickly spreading the news; because with time the information can be verified or contradicted.
Watch out for sensational headlines on all platforms.
Personally, I have found "The People's Voice" sometimes creates headlines that are misleading, projecting something that someone said - when they didn't say it in the way the headline reads. It is possible they are creating headlines to get attention, perhaps click-bait. Also I have personally found that Hal Turner mixes truth with non-truth. It may be he is quick to make assumptions, but sometimes it might be deliberate. I usually see if I can verify their news - and if they are the only source, I opt to wait. It was a learning lesson.