- Jun 24, 2002
Blair,Brad, sorry if I wasn't clear about the intent of my post.
If anyone gets their "news" from strictly one source, be it MSNBC or FOX, they are going to get that news provider's "slant/take/bias" on everything that goes on in the world. Basically a news SILO.
The graphic was intended to show that there were sites that weren't completely Left biased or Right biased...
Something towards the middle might be a better source of information? For both L and R. Rather than a MSNBC or FOX news silo?
Like I have said before:
The truth is somewhere between MSNBC and FOX....
The problem with this is "Who gets to label the outlets?" The reality is that FOX has been able to maintain a #1 status since its inception, and they've done so by sticking to the facts and avoiding the spin. Consistently. It's a curious thing that supporters of the Leftist outlets like to harp on about Tucker, who is presented as opinion but speaks strictly in facts, but refuse to acknowledge that their favorite echo chamber feeding trough doesn't have even that first Brett Baer, who has more journalistic integrity than all of CNN and MSNBC combined. The reaction to other outlets' narratives being challenged has always been to dismissively label FOX as being too conservative favoring. This is what the Church did to Galileo. We've since proven that the universe, in fact, doesn't revolve around the earth. The term "fake news" was coined because people were getting tired of being gaslit and condescended for questioning the lies.
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