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More manipulation by the media.

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More manipulation by the media.
Here's the same scenario from another angle.


If you believe all this stuff the media tells you, do you ever feel stupid when find out the truth or do you just refuse to believe the truth?
Created: December 4, 2018
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A week ago
I love how all the people in the background are just standing around chit-chatting while, 15 feet away, this woman is "running for her life being bombed by tear gas."
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A week ago
Almost everything shown on the "news" today is staged and/or edited to present a particular bias. Accept it. It's not going to change. Nor is it a uniquely partisan event.

Always look to a variety of sources, both within and outside of the mainstream, on issues of import to you. For things you deem not worthy of such an investment of time, just keep that in mind, and don't accept the "news" as gospel.
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reply to: Almost everything shown on the "news" today is staged and/or edited to present a particular bias. Accept it. It's not going to change. Nor is it a uniquely partisan event. Always look to a variety of sources, both within
A week ago
I get and can accept editing and bias, hopefully with the assumption that it is more human nature then an attempt to manipulate. It's almost impossible for a human to be truly unbiased. Although the media today is so far from even attempting to be so.

But what we see here is purely staged, which is beyond the pale. From the looks of it, you have a photographer literally positioning people to tell a lie. And then the media runs with that lie. And then fools believe it.

It's understandable that we all need to look at things with the potential of bias, but this should put a news organization out of business.
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reply to: I get and can accept editing and bias, hopefully with the assumption that it is more human nature then an attempt to manipulate. It's almost impossible for a human to be truly unbiased. Although the media today is so far from
A week ago
When any outlet has been caught repeatedly presenting BS or purposely manipulating the news, yes, it should. It would, in fact, do so...did viewers care enough to hold them accountable. Unfortunately, most do not. Most, in fact, never know they are being manipulated. Even, sometimes especially, those who claim to understand media bias. For some the problem seems to be an unwillingness to look beyond the MSM. There are far better news sources out there, but most people cower in their comfort zones within the MSM.
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