And, lastly, authority does not equal truth
Opinion does not equal truth either, especially when it is expressed in such an obviously biased manner.
An Internet browser is available for everyone, whether they are “capitalist pigs” or “commie bastards,” whether they are from the so-called liberal and free societies of the NATO states, citizens living in cruel dictatorships, or those in intolerant states run by religious fanatics.
Filtering fake news from the truth is not a trivial task, but like filtering trusted web sites from untrusted web sites, it can be done. An Internet browser should attempt to do that, and give advice based on objective analysis.
All media organisations suffer from bias, but some are more biased than others. Reputations are damaged by publishing stories that turn out to be fake. All that a browser should do is rate the reputation of various sources. If you wish to trust news from Aljazira, Fox News, the BBC, or some dude on YouTube is your free choice.