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originally posted by: Lucidparadox
a reply to: Fallingdown
I think it was removed because it wasn't relevant, and in itself wasn't evidence of anything.
Just because people rode on a businessman's plane doesn't make them all molesters.
Including those tidbits aren't relevant to what the page is about.. it's about Epstein, not the Clinton's.
The unreliable 'facts' of a fact-checking site Snopes.com plays fast and loose with the First Amendment and makes Christianity a target
The “fact check” site is useful when vetting a news story that favors a progressive take. If even the left-leaning Snopes finds it false or mostly false, that’s pretty persuasive. But not so much when it comes to something involving conservatives or conservative causes.
WikiLeaks has never simply acted as a neutral conduit, partly because it is staffed by humans who decide which information to seek and release, and partly because those staffers have always had an explicit political agenda.