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Better than watching Fox News and blindly believing everything on there whole cloth. :coffee:
Now that is hilarious. The lefties swallow the crap on CNN,MSNBC, and the 3 major network news outlets. Not to mention all the major newspapers.Then they actually have the balls to accuse people of viewing Fox news "blindly".
Hiporacy at its highest level.
 
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Now that is hilarious. The lefties swallow the crap on CNN,MSNBC, and the 3 major network news outlets. Not to mention all the major newspapers.Then they actually have the balls to accuse people of viewing Fox news "blindly".
Hiporacy at its highest level.
So lefties consider a variety of different sources, five different media outlets and “all the major newspapers” whereas right-wingers just follow one tv news channel blindly?

Sure, I’ll buy that. No issue.
 

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So lefties consider a variety of different sources, five different media outlets and “all the major newspapers” whereas right-wingers just follow one tv news channel blindly?

Sure, I’ll buy that. No issue.
Do you have a problem with the seeing impaired?
Remember the Dave Clark Five? They all played and sang the same song together. That is what your media outlets do.
 

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Do you have a problem with the seeing impaired?
Remember the Dave Clark Five? They all played and sang the same song together. That is what your media outlets do.
They get the "news" from the same place and report it like robots.
 

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Just who was trump talking to on the phone every night? The guy who pitched him one softball question after the other?
Hint it wasn't either of the news stations you mentioned.
Trump did regularly hold these things called "press conferences."

These are events where people who aren't cognitive vegetables answer questions from a variety of media outlets without scripted questions and a notebook full of people's faces and names.

Perhaps you've heard of them. :coffee:
 

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Trump did regularly hold these things called "press conferences."

These are events where people who aren't cognitive vegetables answer questions from a variety of media outlets without scripted questions and a notebook full of people's faces and names.

Perhaps you've heard of them. :coffee:
Oh heard of them, I saw many of them..... Trump only wanted to answer questions from Faux. Everybody else asked either snarky or nasty questions which he didn't give answers for just his usual temper tantrum. Those "press conferences" especially the covid briefings really were the final kiss of death for him.
 
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Trump did regularly hold these things called "press conferences."

These are events where people who aren't cognitive vegetables answer questions from a variety of media outlets without scripted questions and a notebook full of people's faces and names.

Perhaps you've heard of them. :coffee:
Yeah, so it went like this, he would call on newsmax and whatever other BS news reporter that would hump his leg and thus get a question like. So Mr. Trump you are obviously the best President ever, wouldnt you agree? Then when he had to he would call on CNN and bash the question no matter what it was. Man the cult still lives on strong.
 

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Faux isn't a news network its a radical right propaganda network.
Exactly like most of the Right news feeds, when they say enough BS, they get sued and then claim what they said was not supposed to be seen as true because they are just an entertainment network not a real news source.
 

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Yeah, so it went like this, he would call on newsmax and whatever other BS news reporter that would hump his leg and thus get a question like. So Mr. Trump you are obviously the best President ever, wouldnt you agree? Then when he had to he would call on CNN and bash the question no matter what it was. Man the cult still lives on strong.

Right, like Biden didn't just do the same thing in his BS "press conference".

The cat had a cheat sheet on who to call on. He didn't even know who they were, the cheat sheet said it all. And he only called on those that suited his purpose.
 

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Right, like Biden didn't just do the same thing in his BS "press conference".

The cat had a cheat sheet on who to call on. He didn't even know who they were, the cheat sheet said it all. And he only called on those that suited his purpose.
We were talking about Trump. I know that is the usual reply to protecting Trump, but that is what the subject was.
 

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The logical fallacy of complaining about Twitter has been explained to him. Many times. Over and over and over again.
And yet you continue to use it, over and over and over and over ad nauseum to prove whatever weak point your trying to make. You are the Twatter king here no doubt.
 
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And yet you continue to use it, over and over and over and over ad nauseum to prove whatever weak point your trying to make. You are the Twatter king here no doubt.
Yes, I continue use Twitter and you continue to use a logical fallacy.

That is correct.

I don’t know which is more (unintentionally) amusing. The logical fallacy of blaming Twitter for the news (which, again, is like blaming the TV for the Patriots loss that you’re seeing on television) or the fact that Trump used Twitter so extensively (and you never criticized him for it) yet you object to me using it here.
 
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Back on topic:


Ex-Gaetz staffer says FBI approached him with 'baseless' allegations, pushes back against DOJ probe​

What FBI agents told him led him to doubt allegations, former staffer said​

Ronn Blitzer1 hour ago

Matt Gaetz rejects calls for resignation amid sexual misconduct allegations

Florida congressman has publicly denied any wrongdoing
Nathan Nelson, a former director of military affairs for Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., pushed back against the FBI after he said two agents questioned him as part of an ongoing investigation of the congressman.

Nelson told reporters during a Monday news conference that when agents went to his house to question him, they made it seem that they believed Nelson resigned because he was aware of Gaetz’s involvement in illegal activity. Nelson said that was false, and his departure from Gaetz’s office had been planned in advance.

ORGY, UNDERAGE GIRLS, SEX GAMES AND EXTORTION: INSIDE THE ALLEGATIONS SURROUNDING REP. MATT GAETZ

"This baseless claim against me leaves me further convinced that the allegations against Congressman Gaetz are likewise fabricated and merely an attempt to discredit a very vocal conservative," Nelson said in a news conference organized by Gaetz's office.

Nelson, who said he remains "loosely affiliated" with Gaetz's office as an unpaid adviser, stated that he notified Gaetz’s office that he had spoken to FBI agents, but that he has not spoken to the congressman personally in months.

A federal sex trafficking probe involving Gaetz and a then-17-year-old girl was reported by the New York Times last week. The Times cited three anonymous sources "briefed on the matter," which alleges that the 38-year-old had a relationship with the girl and paid for her travel at one point.

In response to the report, Gaetz denied the allegations in an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson. He went on to say that he is the target of an extortion plot involving an ex-Justice Department official seeking a $25 million payoff.

MATT GAETZ SAYS HE WON’T RESIGN AS PRESSURE MOUNTS

According to documents obtained and reported by the Washington Examiner, the alleged scheme revolves around attempts by former Air Force intelligence officer Bob Kent and Beggs & Lane attorney David McGee, a former federal prosecutor, to free ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran.

According to the Examiner report, the documents contained a promise to help Gaetz with legal woes related to a supposed federal probe involving him and underage prostitutes, in exchange for the money.

Gaetz is denying allegations that he paid women for sexual favors or was involved with any underage girls. Meanwhile, the Associated Press has reported that several Republican lawmakers and aides believe Gaetz’s future in Congress may be in jeopardy as his popularity wanes.

Rep. David Valadao, R-Calif., said he was transferring 2020 campaign donations from Gaetz to an organization supporting domestic abuse survivors. Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., pushed for Gaetz’s removal from Congress after the Justice Department’s investigation became public knowledge.

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Despite the pressure, Gaetz told the Wall Street Journal on Friday that he will not resign.

"Of course not," he said.

Fox News' Marisa Schultz, Morgan Phillips and Mike Emanuel contributed to this report.
 
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