In the news: whisteblower

The story has already been debunked, but congresspeople and news media are still universally talking about it as if it is true.

Same with the Kavanaugh story. It isn’t true. It was never true. The people who wrote the story knew it wasnt true when they wrote it. But congresspeople and news desks are still carrying it like they hadn’t already been discredited.

What the heck is going on?

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5 Responses to In the news: whisteblower

  1. blueinfantry says:

    What’s going on? There are still enough uninformed or blindly partisan folks out there who will believe their drivel, either because they want to, or because they know no better. Still getting some mileage out of it, I guess. If the media says it is true, then it must be so…

    But you already know that. 🙂

    Rock on!

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  2. Ame says:

    we live in a time of Relative Truth rather than Absolute Truth. when truth is relative it then becomes whatever you want it to be at any given time and is therefore fluid. therefore it matters not what is actually True. it’s delusional.

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  3. Ame says:

    i’ve taught my daughters that there is Truth, and there is Lie, and they get to choose which they believe at any given time … however, what they choose to believe will never change what is Truth and what is Lie, so choose wisely.

    what culture is being taught is that truth and lie are relative according to what you choose to believe, and because you believe it therefore it is. truly an alternate reality.

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    • GomeznSA says:

      Ame – that sounds suspiciously like what we used to call “situational ethics” – truth and common sense etc could – and did – vary dependent on what one was going to try to accomplish or how they perceived it. Epitomized of course by the old mantra of ‘if it feels good do it’.

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  4. Heresolong says:

    True – fits the narrative

    Not true – doesn’t fit the narrative

    You just have your definitions wrong. Sort of like the new “non-binary” definition of them in Webster’s Dictionary.

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