- 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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