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Of course there are tons of fake news stories... the point is,... people with common sense do not need them pointed out... they already know they are fake as soon as they see it.
Forgotten how up til around 8pm on Nov 8, CNN claimed Hillary had it in the bag,,they had their polls to back them up,,, no point in voting.. she was going to win by a landslide.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
This has been obvious to me for a while. Though pointing it out only just makes them double down against you. So I've decided to just let this idiocy play its course. The conservatives all high on life right now have all forgotten that politics is cyclical in this country and things won't be like this forever.
originally posted by: Throes
originally posted by: introvert
Well said, AD.
This may be an uncomfortable thread to digest for many people, but it's about time we start calling people out for believing the lies and propaganda they subject themselves to willingly.
The Right Wing is heading in a very dangerous direction, so we must say something now.
What is the difference between fake news and super biased news that leaves out key information to make a story fit a narrative?
I don't see one, they are both fake and dangerous.
If you need a specific reference:
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: BlueMule
The polls have been being treated 'like the gospel, the ultimate revelation' since at least 2008 when I started really studying them. Normally they mold how people vote and the all plays out in the end. This time Trump smashed thru when he wasn't intended to, and all time low trust in the MSM & their polls and lookie lookie people finally voted against their mind molding dogmatic poll mongering. The MSM's Dynasty is now BUSTED.
Didn't all the primary polls consistently also predict him losing and he just kept on trouncing right past each one of them??? (I wasn't quite paying attention then, not until summer this year)