You can lead people to the facts, but you can't make them read. I find that certain people here won't read anything that contradicts their mindset so I usually say when I post a link that I don't expect them to read it.
@majorincident problem is for that many of the links are either behind pay walls or as is usually the case the sites wants to put cookies on one's device which I strongly object to. I would guess that many others also object to the cookies. Also many sites make it so difficult to opt out of cookies I just walk away. Maybe if we are posting a link we can all try not to use cookie riddled links? I have found the mirror group make it quite easy to opt out.
@msmon55, I don't post links that are up behind a paywall. However, I have had people tell me that they can't view links on a smartphone or that the source is probably leftwing (how do they know if they don't look). The most recent occasion was someone who was perpetuating a lie, but wouldn't look at the proof that it was, in fact, a lie. People willingly buy into fake news because it fits their narrative.
As for cookies, I use Firefox on my computer desktop that blocks tracking, refuses third-party cookies and clears my history and cookies when I exit.