Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recently tweeted about a Wisconsin study showing why masking kids is an effective way to prevent them from contracting the Coronavirus. The problem is, he tweeted out false information. The Senior Author of the study stated that they were not able to give out any information as to the role that masks play in the “observed low in-school transmission rates.” Yet, Twitter did not label Cardona’s tweet as misinformation or as an inaccurate representation of the study. Why is that? Who decides what fake news is? Mike Slater argues that this is the exact reason why we cannot trust the experts, in his latest ‘don’t trust the experts’ segment on today’s show.