5 thoughts on “Another Of Joe’s Rhetorical Questions

  1. I don’t get it. Did Time misquote? Or did they just twist his words into something entirely opposite of what the man actually said? Is the public supposed to believe the quote, or the Time headline? Is the public smart enough to actually read the quote for what it is? Very confusing.

  2. I don’t know, JE. Not confusing at all. This is just one of the ways libturds try to control the narrative. By lying and misrepresenting. This is fake news defined.

  3. From Powerline, a good quote from a post on the latest WaPo ‘expose’ of Team Trump’s missing connections to Russia and Putin:

    The story is based on “20,000 pages of documents the Trump campaign turned over to congressional committees this month after review by White House and defense lawyers.” The Post reporters haven’t seen the documents themselves, but relevant parts have been read to them “by a person with access to them.” And that’s not all: “Two other people with access to the emails confirmed the general tone of the exchanges and some specific passages within them.” I guess that’s the way the Post heavy hitters were taught to do it in journalism school.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2017/08/collusion-gone-missing.php

  4. I try to read the leftist papers just to make sure I’m not missing something big, but these days I can hardly read the Post because the bias is so obvious. I saw through the bias in the article MP links in about three sentences, and even worse was an article claiming there was no war on whites–as if the vice mayor of Charlottesville wasn’t on record saying “I don’t lik white people” (sic), and as if the means of income and assets meant that Appalachia didn’t exist or something.

    Just strange, really.

  5. Sadly, reading comprehension is not a skill that is as highly valued as it once was– the Google Memo’s coverage in the mainstream media was a stellar example of that. But the media wouldn’t be able to get away with it if the public also displayed more intellectual cursiosity.

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