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2 minutes ago, The Monarch said:

The excuses being made about the tape specifically and Tara Reade generally are just ******* gross. “Her mom didn’t actually say sexual assault and also said her daughter respects the senator. No way it could be corroborating evidence!”

******* ... gross.

It is pretty interesting to watch liberals show their true colors by setting their own social projects like #MeToo on fire just to protect a senile ******* though.

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43 minutes ago, Mr. Hoopah! said:

 

Any of the cable news networks would do the same in that situation. Make it a conspiracy theory by pretending it doesn't exist anywhere in the real conversation. 

The people that are most certain Biden's going to crush Trump are also the people that have the hardest time grasping the idea that liberal cable news can do a lot more harm than the good of unambiguously putting him down whenever he asks for it.

CNN and MSNBC are going to repress this as long as they can, then say leftist influencers are repeating right-wing conspiracies because Sanders was backed by Putin. And it's a conspiracy theory now and forever to say they ever chose to repress the Tara Reade allegations.

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3 minutes ago, Serge said:

Any of the cable news networks would do the same in that situation. Make it a conspiracy theory by pretending it doesn't exist anywhere in the real conversation. 

The people that are most certain Biden's going to crush Trump are also the people that have the hardest time grasping the idea that liberal cable news can do a lot more harm than the good of unambiguously putting him down whenever he asks for it.

CNN and MSNBC are going to repress this as long as they can, then say leftist influencers are repeating right-wing conspiracies because Sanders was backed by Putin. And it's a conspiracy theory now and forever to say they ever chose to repress the Tara Reade allegations.

You say the last part like it's not already happening.

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46 minutes ago, Serge said:

Any of the cable news networks would do the same in that situation. Make it a conspiracy theory by pretending it doesn't exist anywhere in the real conversation. 

The people that are most certain Biden's going to crush Trump are also the people that have the hardest time grasping the idea that liberal cable news can do a lot more harm than the good of unambiguously putting him down whenever he asks for it.

CNN and MSNBC are going to repress this as long as they can, then say leftist influencers are repeating right-wing conspiracies because Sanders was backed by Putin. And it's a conspiracy theory now and forever to say they ever chose to repress the Tara Reade allegations.

I mean, we don’t even know whether it was Google or CNN that removed it from Google Play.  Are there archives of season three elsewhere on streaming services?  Have those been taken down?  It’s certainly suspicious, but it disappeared from Google Play, not the CNN website.  Not sure based on this how you can just lurch to the claim that CNN is colluding with Biden.  

 

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15 minutes ago, Leon Troutsky said:

I mean, we don’t even know whether it was Google or CNN that removed it from Google Play.  Are there archives of season three elsewhere on streaming services?  Have those been taken down?  It’s certainly suspicious, but it disappeared from Google Play, not the CNN website.  Not sure based on this how you can just lurch to the claim that CNN is colluding with Biden.  

 

I guess what I’m asking is if we even know if CNN can directly remove videos from Google Play.  That’s possible and if they did that then they need to give an immediate explanation for it.  It’s also possible that Google removed...and they need to give an explanation for that if they did it.  At this point, without knowing who removed it or why, the leap to “colluding with Biden CONSPURACY” seems way premature.

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17 minutes ago, Leon Troutsky said:

I mean, we don’t even know whether it was Google or CNN that removed it from Google Play.  Are there archives of season three elsewhere on streaming services?  Have those been taken down?  It’s certainly suspicious, but it disappeared from Google Play, not the CNN website.  Not sure based on this how you can just lurch to the claim that CNN is colluding with Biden.  

 

Where did I claim that it's evidence of direct collusion between Biden and CNN? Where is that claim necessary in saying anything I said?

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12 minutes ago, Mr. Hoopah! said:

How easy is that video to find on CNN.com? 

https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2020/04/25/biden-accuser-mom-called-larry-king-live-1993-over-assault-advice-mj-lee-vpx.cnn 

They did a recent segment on it where they show at least the part of the clip where she talks, but they conclude the segment with a repudiation of the accusation. They're doing what they can to acknowledge the accusation without suggesting that it's credible and a major problem once the general election heats up.

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The president has spoken for more than 28 hours in the 35 briefings held since March 16, eating up 60 percent of the time that officials spoke, according to a Washington Post analysis of annotated transcripts from Factba.se, a data analytics company.

Over the past three weeks, the tally comes to more than 13 hours of Trump — including two hours spent on attacks and 45 minutes praising himself and his administration, but just 4½ minutes expressing condolences for coronavirus victims. He spent twice as much time promoting an unproven antimalarial drug that was the object of a Food and Drug Administration warning Friday. Trump also said something false or misleading in nearly a quarter of his prepared comments or answers to questions, the analysis shows.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/13-hours-of-trump-the-president-fills-briefings-with-attacks-and-boasts-but-little-empathy/2020/04/25/7eec5ab0-8590-11ea-a3eb-e9fc93160703_story.html

Edit:  Also this:  

Trump has attacked someone in 113 out of 346 questions he has answered — or a third of his responses. He has offered false or misleading information in nearly 25 percent of his remarks. And he has played videos praising himself and his administration’s efforts three times, including one that was widely derided as campaign propaganda produced by White House aides at taxpayer expense.

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