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Episode 1099 Scott Adams: Brain-Dead Race Hoaxer Joe Biden is the Biggest Asshole in America. And That’s Saying Something.

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Content:

  • Biden’s campaign centerpiece, a fully debunked race HOAX
  • Biden’s race HOAX targets innocent citizens for violence, discrimination
  • FOX and CNN, both perpetuating Biden “fine people” race HOAX

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The “Fine People” Hoax Funnel

I’ve been publicly debunking the “fine people” hoax since 2017. The press created the hoax by consistently and intentionally omitting the second half of President Trump’s comments about Charlottesville. If you only see or hear the first half of what the president said, it looks exactly like the president is calling neo-Nazis “fine people.” But in the second part of Trump’s comments, he clarified, “You had people in that group who were there to protest the taking down, of to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of the park from Robert E. Lee to another name.”

In other words, the president believed there were non-racists in attendance who support keeping historical monuments. To remove all doubt, the President continued with “I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally – but you had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists, okay?”

Keep in mind that it doesn’t matter if the President’s assumption about the attendees was accurate or not. He clearly stated his assumption that some people were there for the monument protest, which he contrasted to the racists who were there to march and chant racist stuff. The New York Times interviewed a member of the non-marchers who said they did not stand with the racists. They cared about guns and free speech. See for yourself, here and more background on that group here.

Last week I chatted at length with one of the Charlottesville protest attendees. He hates racism, loves free speech, and wasn’t “marching with” anyone. He reports that there was chaos from the start, with lots of people all over the venue doing lots of different things. And there was no way to know what all of the people in normal street clothes were thinking by attending. He was there because he figured it would be a diverse group, from Antifa to neo-Nazis, with plenty of normal non-racists in between. Bolstering his argument is his Jewish heritage. He didn’t think he was attending a neo-Nazi event. He learned that from the press.

How dumb is that guy, you might reasonably ask?

I asked him to explain how he could look at the flyer for the event and NOT know it was organized by racists. I pointed to the little Nazi-looking winged image on the flyer to make my point. He said it looked like an American eagle to him. And when I started to push back on that point, he sent me other images of American eagles that are evil and warlike. At that point, I remembered a central truth about the human experience: If a hundred people look at exactly the same thing at the same time, they will arrive at wildly different opinions of what they are seeing. If you show that racist flyer to a hundred Americans, most would not recognize the names of the speakers, and many would not realize the graphic design was suggestive of a racist association. The fact that you and I would definitely recognize it for what it was does not suggest others would do the same. As evidence that people interpret the same information differently, consider every political disagreement ever. Most of it involves people looking at the same information and drawing mind-bogglingly different conclusions about what it all means. I wrote about that phenomenon in my book Win Bigly.

I remind you again that it doesn’t matter whether or not President Trump was accurate in his assumption that some non-racists attended. He stated his assumption and then spoke to the assumption. Worst case, the New York Times got the “fine people” story wrong, and Trump also got a detail wrong about the composition of the crowd. There was no reporting on the exact composition of the crowd, then or later. No one did a survey of opinions. We only know of the groups that had the highest profiles.

In America, if there is a large political protest of any kind, the most reasonable assumption one could make is that it will attract a diverse crowd including nearly every kind of opinion on just about everything. If the President is wrong about the existence at that event of some non-racists who were pro-statue, this would be one of the few times in history that there were only two opinions at an event attended by hundreds.

My point is that Trump could have been right or wrong about who attended, but it doesn’t change the fact that his words clearly and unambiguously condemned the marching racists while excluding them from his “fine people” category.

But there is something far more interesting going on here than just a story of fake news and quotes taken out of context. This topic is like a laboratory for testing cognitive dissonance. Rarely do you see a strongly held belief, such as the “fine people” hoax, which can be so easily and unambiguously debunked. You only need to show the transcript and/or the video of Trump’s comments in their entirety. The case is made. Easy, right?

After a few years of trying to deprogram people from this hoax, I have discovered a fascinating similarity in how people’s brains respond to having their worldview annihilated in real time. I call it the “fine people” hoax funnel. When you present the debunking context to a believer in the hoax, they will NEVER say this: “Gee, I hadn’t seen the full quote. Now that I see it in its complete form, it is obvious to me that my long-held belief is 100% wrong and the media has been duping me.”

That doesn’t happen.

Instead, people usually react by falling down what I call the Hoax Funnel. I use the funnel imagery because the big hoax (that the President called neo-Nazis fine people) is instantly replaced with a lesser hoax, and so on, until the final claim is laughably vaporous, consisting of a question without a claim. Here is the hoax funnel in all its parts. You can test this at home by debunking the hoax with friends and family. Watch how they all go down the same hoax funnel until they end with nothing but questions of the “How do you explain X, then?” type.

We start at the top of the funnel.

Trump called neo-Nazis and white nationalists in Charlottesville “fine people”

This is debunked by showing the full transcript or the full video in which he clearly, and without prompting, says the exact opposite, that the neo-Nazis and white nationalists should be condemned totally. See for yourself.

The believer in the “fine people” hoax will question the authenticity of the transcript first, which you can debunk by showing the actual video clip here. Once the legitimacy of the transcript is established, expect the believer to retreat down the hoax funnel to the following hallucination.

No “fine people” march with neo-Nazis!

Here you can expect the hoaxed person to hallucinate (literally) a fact that is not claimed and is not in evidence. There is no claim that “fine people” were “marching with” the neo-Nazis, or supporting them in any way. There is a claim that such people were in the same zip code. The “marching with” hallucination is easily debunked by a New York Times article in which they interview one of the non-racists in attendance who love guns and free speech and do not stand with racists, much less march with them. Excerpt here:

But it doesn’t matter if the New York Times got that story right. What matters is that the President explained his assumption about who attended. Keep in mind that the media has not reported who attended. No survey of opinions was taken, and there were plenty of people in attendance who were not physically marching or chanting with the neo-Nazis.

Once you debunk the “marching with” point, expect the believer to retreat down the hoax funnel to this next point.

Trump wasn’t talking about statue protests! He was talking about protesters versus neo-Nazis!

Again, showing the transcript debunks this claim. Trump specifically mentioned that people were protesting the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue. That clearly frames the “both sides” as being pro and anti-statue, not neo-Nazis versus anti-racism protestors, which of course was the biggest story theme from the event.

Once you have shown that Trump was explicitly talking about both sides of the statue debate, believers can be expected to retreat down the hoax funnel to this next level.

It was obviously a neo-Nazi event, so no one would attend who was not a racist!

That point would make sense if you had never spent a minute as an adult in the actual world. In the real world, a hundred people can look at a flyer and have a lot of different opinions on what it means. You might look at the flyer and conclude that only racists were attending. Someone else might look at it and not know some of the named speakers had racist views, or might assume the racists were a small part of a larger event about statues. The only way a believer can defend their “should have known” opinion is by assuming that the attendees were smarter than the average American seems to be in every other walk of life. You can’t get a hundred Americans to have the same interpretation of ANYTHING, no matter how confident you are that they should.

Once you have debunked this claim by showing how opposite the “should have known” argument is to all human experience, observation, and common sense, the believer will still hold it to be a rational argument. But you can finish it off by reminding the believer that the facts of exactly who attended do not matter to the hoax question because the President clearly stated he believed some non-racists were attending to protest the statue question. (No marching!)

At this point, your believer will retreat further down the hoax funnel to an even weaker position that looks like this.

Why didn’t the non-racists who attended turn and leave as soon as they arrived? Huh? Huh? Explain that, you apologist!

Notice we are entering the question phase instead of the opinion stage. When hoax believers are so far down the hoax funnel that the best point they can make is in the form of a question, you have already debunked the main point: The President was NOT calling the neo-Nazis and white nationalists “fine people.”

But watch how your believer will abandon the main point without admitting it, as if the lesser points that follow are somehow all the original point, but different. This is when things get really freaky.

Expect this question next.

Why doesn’t the president speak out against racism and neo-Nazis?

This can be debunked by referring to links showing the President repeatedly condemning racism and bigotry at different times and places. See here and here and here for examples. And of course here talking about Charlottesville.

After you have shown clips of Trump condemning racists repeatedly, and naming the groups, you generally see the hoax believer retreat down the hoax funnel to this.

Why is Trump “revising history” now, instead of when it happened in 2017?

Chris Cuomo of CNN asked this question recently when discussing the topic. And he asked the question immediately after reporting that Sleepy Joe Biden had raised the issue in his campaign announcement speech. Biden is the answer to the first part of the question as to why it is in the headlines. But why is Trump pushing back on the hoax now when he didn’t push back so hard in 2017?

Unfortunately, I have some insight into that question, and I don’t like it. According to my sources, the White House staff (many of whom were not as pro-Trump as you would expect, especially in the earlier days) and even some percentage of the management of FoxNews believed the hoax. That isn’t so surprising when you consider that half the country believed it and still do. Under those conditions, the President was trapped. If he couldn’t get his own staff and FoxNews on his side, maybe it was better to let the story atrophy from lack of attention. I can’t read the President’s mind, but without his staff and FoxNews on the same side, it would have been risky to take on the hoax without backup.

So what changed?

It turns out I’m part of the answer to that question. As I said, I’ve been publicly persuading on this topic for a few years, and slowly picking up support. But I wasn’t getting much traction until Sleepy Joe raised the issue, and that encouraged me to hammer at the topic with the help of my 312,000 Twitter followers. Brave writers such as Joel Pollack and Steve Cortes took it up a level with articles debunking the hoax here and here. Best of all, meme-maker phenomenon Carpe Donktum mocked the hoax in a way that is fun and visual, which increased its attention. And special thanks to the Twitter patriots who wrestled with other Wikipedia editors to correct the record on that site, including @Unstumpable2016, @natasjlp, @milkchaser, @daveJay and @SolidPhase.

Collectively, including all the folks on social media who joined the debunking, we made enough noise to force the major news outlets to respond to the criticisms, with several of them naming me as a debunker. Wikipedia was the first non-right-leaning publication to debunk the hoax by including for the first time the entirety of the President’s statements. In the past week, I’ve seen other major publications debunk it as well, while pretending they are not. By that I mean they show the second part of the quote that debunks the hoax. They don’t frame it as a debunking, choosing instead (every time) to descend down the hoax funnel to find something – anything – that is tangentially related to the topic that they can claim is what they meant all along, or is true enough, or at least changes the subject. I include among the debunkers this past week the Washington Post, Vox, CNN, FoxNews, TheDailyBeast, RealClearPolitics, Breitbart, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and even Politifact.com. Any publication that printed the second part of Trump’s statement is debunking the hoax.

You might think all that debunking would be enough to end the hoax. But the hoax funnel goes deep. Chris Cuomo of CNN retreated all the way to this question.

Why does Trump speak out against Islamic terror more than white supremacy when the death count lately is higher from white supremacists?

I can’t read the President’s mind, but I observe he downplays everything he wants to see less of and exaggerates everything he wants more of. For example, he downplayed ISIS when the press was warning they were still a bigger threat. I interpreted that as a way to keep ISIS recruiting down. Who wants to join a losing team? Likewise, downplaying the rise of white nationalists/supremacists is how you get less of it. That last thing that would be helpful to the nation is hearing our President say the racists are doing great lately at getting their kill stats up. That would attract people to it.

We also know the press tries hard to frame the president as the cause of any rise in racist violence in this country. If someone is blaming you for causing a problem, would you respond by saying there’s a lot of that problem? You might think the smart answer involves minimizing it, given that you know you are going to take the blame for it.

It also doesn’t make much sense to say domestic racist terror is “worse” than Islamic terror based solely on the fact that the recent body counts are higher in one group. For starters, only a few dozen people are killed by domestic terror per year, compared to 280,000 people killed by handguns over the past decade. If all you do is count dead bodies, domestic terrorism and even Islamic terrorism in this country both round to zero. If you are being honest, you don’t compare those two groups on the basis of victim counts alone.

Islamic terrorists would love to use a weapon of mass destruction in the United States. They are an international organization bent on world domination, with standing armies, at least in the case of ISIS. And they are driven by an ideology that is hard to stop once it gets a toehold. By contrast, white racist terrorist attacks usually involve mental illness and lone wolves. I don’t see those risks as similar, and I don’t know how smart it would be to tell the public the racists are doing a great job of getting their stats up.

Now let’s say you have talked a believer in the “fine people” hoax all the way down the hoax funnel to here. Do they acknowledge how badly they have been misinformed and hoaxed by their trusted news sources for years?

Never.

Instead, expect them to pivot to one of the other debunked hoaxes that they are not aware have been debunked because their news sources are unreliable. That last gasp looks like this.

Well, Trump said other things that prove he is a racist monster, so…

That’s when the hoax-believer will present a laundry list of other hoaxes they still believe, including these gems.

Trump called Mexicans “animals”! (He didn’t. He called MS-13 gang members animals)

Trump called countries in which brown people live “shitholes.” (He didn’t. It was a reference to poor economic situations in some countries.)

Trump questioned Obama’s birth certificate. (Questioning an opponent’s legitimacy for office is politics 101. Trump did the same for Ted Cruz, questioning his Canadian birth. Politics of the most common kind is not racism.)

Trump said all Mexicans are rapists! (He didn’t say all Mexicans are rapists. He was using his normal hyperbole to say too many criminals were crossing the border.)

Trump said Judge Curiel couldn’t be fair because he is Mexican! (No, he indicated that Judge Curiel’s Mexican heritage might bias him against Trump because the media had painted Trump as an enemy of all Hispanics. In the legal process, calling out potential bias is normal and useful.)

Trump mocked a reporter who has an arm disability! (No, Trump uses similar mocking gestures for anyone he thinks acts stupid, including Ted Cruz. See for yourself here.

For a tour of some of the other hoaxes about Trump, see my blog post titled Why Democrats Hear a Secret Racist Dog Whistle and Republicans Don’t.

As I mentioned, this topic is interesting on the political dimension, but far more fascinating on the psychological dimension. As a test that you can try at home, see if you can push a believer in the “fine people” hoax down the hoax funnel. And just for fun, see if you can talk a believer into reading aloud the part of Trump’s transcript in which he “condemned totally” the neo-Nazis and white nationalists. I predict it will be hard to get anyone to read it. The cognitive dissonance should, in theory, freeze their brains and render them speechless. The believer will become “cognitively blind” to the transcript and probably get angry in the process. And you will give yourself a lesson in what cognitive dissonance looks like. Watch carefully the eyes of the hoax believer as their worldview dissolves. They will often get bug-eyed (literally widening their eyes) and start to sputter out laundry lists of other hoaxes.

You won’t change any minds. In my experience, the hoax believers go all the way down the hoax funnel and then forget the journey, returning to the top as if it had not been debunked one minute earlier. But you might enjoy breaking the brains of your critics. And you might learn something in the process.

Have fun!

Update 1: Al Sharpton recently said on MSNBC that anyone who supports keeping Confederate statues is a racist, period. For context, polls show a surprising percentage (44%) of African-Americans support keeping the statues. Here’s how Wikipedia summed it up.

Update 2: A number of militias were in attendance at Charlottesville. Some militias have racist views and some reject all forms of racism. The latter are more interested in free speech and other Constitutional rights. See this Washington Post article for those details.

Update 3: Just to round things out, here is a group of Israeli school kids singing the praise of President Trump, who they evidently do not believe praised neo-Nazis. My understanding is that Israel is good at identifying anti-semitism, and they don’t see it here.

Episode 511 Scott Adams: Political Lies, Mass Hysteria, All the Racist Comments, Dopamine

Topics: 

  • Is Senator Wyden, the dumbest person in politics?
    • He STILL believes the debunked “fine people” HOAX?
    • Major media is now acknowledging it was a HOAX
  • FBI had unconfirmed, unverifiable Steele dossier
    • Steele then leaked the dossier to the media
    • FBI then claimed to have TWO independent “confirmations”
    • The FBI “seeds” information to the press for confirmation?
  • Press takes one thing after another out of context
    • The press “seeds” the narratives they want to push out
    • Then they refer to each other’s reporting to cement propaganda
  • The psychology of mass hysteria
    • Example: Sonic weapon pointed at our Cuban embassy
  • How many times has WaPo and other media…lied about Trump?
    • WaPo says President Trump has lied 10,000 times
    • Search on “fine people” HOAX gets over a million hits
    • Search for “Russian Collusion” HOAX gets over a million hits
  • Organizing your life around dopamine
    • Exercise releases dopamine
    • Music releases dopamine, but music lyrics program the brain
    • Accomplishments, even small ones, release dopamine
      • Completion releases dopamine
  • Lighting and color balance, impacts mental state
    • Seek lighting that produces your desired mental state

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Episode 510 Scott Adams: All the HOAXES Pretending to be News

Topics: 

  • NYT interviewed a non-racist statue supporter at Charlottesville
    • There was a DIVERSE group of people at the event
  • PolitiFact “pulled a Mueller”, refuses to state Charlottesville was hoax
    • PolitiFact  provides full context, lets the reader decide
    • Judging true or false is what PolitiFact does…and they can’t?
      • Left-leaning PolitiFact can’t or won’t state it was a hoax
  • Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales (Founder), retweets truth of Charlottesville
    • Wikipedia beat all other left-leaning outlets to report the truth
  • Does a law exist, that allows the murder of babies after birth?
    • A life and death decision, who gets to make it?
  • Synagogue shooter and copycat shooters
    • Media coverage provides a how-to tutorial
  • Tragedy increases media profits
    • Does the media unintentionally promote copycat horrors?
  • NYT International edition’s anti-semitic trope…WTF?
    • NYT removed the comic, said it was an error in judgement
  • Don’t judge by the mistakes people make
    • Judge by their response to making the mistake
    • “I made a mistake, I’m owning it and here’s how I’ll correct it”
    • Isn’t that a better filter for life, and the world you want to live in?
  • 48-Hour Rule: Allow people 48 hours to retract or explain things
  • Charlottesville event poster wasn’t obviously racist to everyone
    • A Jewish person attended, thought it was a free speech rally

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Episode 509 Scott Adams: Update on the “Fine People” Hoax That Died This Week

Topics: 

  • Collapse of the Russian Collusion HOAX, helped people recognize hoaxes
  • Biden now promoting 2nd biggest hoax…”Fine People” HOAX
  • Major promoters of the “fine people” HOAX…finally see the HOAX!
  • Many in media have pivoted…without admitting they were wrong
    • New hallucination: the “Marching With” HOAX
  • Charlottesville free speech supporter, witnessed the event
    • He wasn’t supporting or protesting the Nazis
    • He was there for his own reasons
  • A clergy group attended the Charlottesville event
    • They weren’t supporting or protesting the Nazis
    • They were there for their own reasons
  • A black guy who supports free speech was at the event
    • He wasn’t supporting or protesting the Nazis
    • He was there for his own reasons
  • Locals living in Charlottesville attended the event
    • Why wouldn’t a bunch of locals attend a big local event?
    • People have lots of reasons for why they do something
  • We don’t know exactly WHO attended, or WHY each one attended
    • Ambiguous then, ambiguous now
    • Safe to say, it was a diverse group with diverse reasons
  • The media has now confirmed that “Fine People” was a hoax
    • Democrats CONTINUE to spread this hoax, although debunked
    • Nobody  knows…exactly who attended the event
    • President Trump assumed there was a diverse group, diverse reasons
  • Actual transcript and video of President Trump’s words exist
    • How hard is it to read a couple paragraphs or watch a video?
    • Why is it so hard to get the media to READ or WATCH video?

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Episode 508 Scott Adams: Sleepy Joe, Female Running Mates, Soul of the Nation


Topics: 

  • The Hoax Funnel – Whiteboard discussion
    • Helping people that are duped by the “fine people” hoax
  • 20 Year Rule: You aren’t the same person you were 20 years ago
    • …so people should get a pass for their actions 20 years ago
    • Encourage people to become better than they are or were
    • Don’t demonize them for who they were 20+ years ago
  • “The nation’s soul” is degrading and in peril?
    • What exactly does that mean? Vague, empty, political BS?
    • Joe Biden is making Bernie look better by comparison
  • Gaffes are Joe Biden’s brand
    • President Trump has tuned us to see low energy, unintelligent
    • When you look for something…you tend to find it
  • CNN article about 70’s TV show, Archie Bunker
    • They associated President Trump with Archie Bunker
    • Weak smear, but that’s all they have left
  • President Trump says the attempted coup was “worse than Watergate”
  • Did Mueller look at President Trump’s tax returns?
  • Swalwell and Booker both declare their VP will be a woman
  • Worldwide poll, people are sadder, angrier than they used to be
    • What’s driving that?
    • Business model of the press + social media
  • WaPo called me “far right”
    • Called Jordan Peterson, Mike Cernovich, Steve Cortes “far right”
  • Ben Shapiro’s belief about Charlottesville is cognitive dissonance

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Episode 507 Scott Adams: Biden’s Race Hoax Gaffe, North Korea, Felons Voting

Topics: 

  • Joe Biden announces candidacy by repeating “fine people” hoax
    • Then he seemed to endorse Antifa and a slave owner
  • Chairman Kim visits President Putin
    • Peace and friendships are the path forward
    • Hope for Russia, China, US agreement to protect North Korea
    • Potential exists for North Korea becoming an economic star

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Episode 500 Scott Adams: The End of Reliable History Books

Topics: 

  • Biden going to Charlottesville to announce his candidacy
    • Does he REALLY not know…”fine people” was a hoax?
    • Biden is gaffe central, should be interesting 
  • Half the country thinks Mueller report is a roadmap to impeachment
    • How will history view that belief?
  • CNN would probably love to have candidate Buttigieg
    • But will they back him if they realize he can’t win?
  • What happens if…the WH healthcare plan is really good?
    • How would the media and the Dems react?
  • PREDICTION: WH healthcare plan will be better than people imagine
  • Concerns that President Trump isn’t tough enough on Russia
    • Would our responses be public or visible?
  • North Korea impasse situation
    • Chairman Kim doesn’t want to give up nukes first
    • US doesn’t want to offer anything till they get rid of nukes
  • US and NK agree on the destination…PEACE, only the path is an issue
  • North Korea suggested solution – Shake the Box
  • US could offer to protect NK militarily from Russia
    • Redefines the situation, gives Kim something to show
  • Writing and publishing tips and insights

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Episode 469 Scott Adams: Why Chuck Schumer Must Resign Before He Starts a Race War

Topics: 

  • Chuck Schumer at AIPAC, lied to Jews about President Trump
    • Schumer lied, perpetuated the “fine people” BS hoax  
    • Schumer lied DESTRUCTIVELY, either recant or resign
  • Easy to confirm Schumer was lying, actual transcript, video
  • Everyone can help debunk the “fine people” hoax
  • Keep links handy to show inflicted the actual transcript, video
    • I posted links to truth on Twitter, Don Jr. retweeted them
    • (Link below) “Fine People” Transcript, Video
  • A+ for persuasion to Beto so far
    • Why a “little bit of wrong” is extremely effective
  • AOC is racist, prefers to view the world through a racial filter
  • AOC has succeeded at being a FEMALE version of a leader
    • Kamala is trying to be the female version of a man
    • Hillary tried to be the female version of a man
  • Schiff on the Intelligence committee is like…what?
    • Funny analogy suggestions?
  • LINK: “fine people” hoax rebuttal…

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Episode 465 Scott Adams: All the Hoaxes are Being Revealed at the Same Time

Topics: 

  • Top hoaxes by Dems are falling apart this week, one after the other
  • Where is the Tweeter in Chief? Why post-Mueller major-win silence?
  • Fox News Poll: Will Mueller report change your current opinion?
    • 41% say Mueller report will NOT change their opinion
  • Climate change project update
  • Unexplained plateau and cooling  period in middle of rising temps
    • It’s off-model for a plateau and cooling to have occurred
    • How does the pro-climate change side explain the anomaly?
  • Mueller is finished, no new indictments
    • FOX is taking victory laps
    • CNN is pretending nothing happened
    • MSNBC is sputtering and making up stuff

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