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Mainstream media trust and reliability at an alltime low.


Gallup/Knight Poll: Americans’ concerns about media bias deepen, even as they see it as vital for democracy

Fifty-six percent say their own news sources are biased, and seven in 10 are concerned about bias in the news others are getting. Eight percent — driven largely by conservatives — say distrusted media are trying to ruin the country.

Three in four people (74%) worry that owners of media companies are influencing coverage, up five points since 2017. They also suspect that inaccuracies in reporting are purposeful, with 54% believing that reporters misrepresent the facts, and 28% believing reporters make them up entirely.

Democrats confirmed for sheeple. Seventy-five percent of Republicans have an unfavorable view of the media, and 61% say attacks on the media are justified. But only 22% of Democrats have an unfavorable view, and 70% say that attacks are not justified.

“Most Americans have lost confidence in the media to deliver the news objectively,” said Sam Gill, Knight’s senior vice president and chief program officer. “This is corrosive for our democracy.”
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The news has always been dogshit in the USA. "Journalists" are the lowest form of parasite.
>people have lost a lot of confidence
>whether media reporting accuracy have gone down
>whether attacks on the media are justified
Which school taught you how to read that and come off thinking I said some shit about no bias? Fucking apply yourself.
>Using 4chan to make a Whataboutism
Not him but it really isn't wrong.

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Looks like another peaceful protest that proves right wing t-Rump supporters are the real threat!
Youtube clips aren't news.
Remember, not terrorists :^)
It's a video from poland so probably not
>that 00s mosh pit at the end

Trump says CDC director was "confused" and "made a mistake" on vaccine distribution timeline


Medical quackery
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t-Rump genius MD

enjoy cocacola
enjoy clorox too
t-Rump insane & its byuteefool

WHO warns of 'very serious situation' in Europe, with 'alarming rates' of virus transmission
By Laura Smith-Spark and Vasco Cotovio, CNN

Updated 11:05 AM ET, Thu September 17, 2020
Cycloptik t-Rump
Please listen to the full conference. This is pure fake news of misleading false context and clipped soundbites.
2nd wave shows up late September, just on schedule.

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should he get da parole? should he rot in the slammer?
Mark Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon, has apologised to the late Beatle's widow, Yoko Ono, 40 years after his death.
Chapman shot Lennon four times outside his New York Manhattan apartment as Ono looked on, in 1980.
He was denied parole for the eleventh time following a hearing last month.
During the hearing, Chapman said he killed the 40-year-old rock star for "glory" and that he deserved the death penalty.
He added that he thinks about the "despicable act" all the time, and accepts he may spend the rest of his life in prison.

'He was an icon'

"I just want to reiterate that I'm sorry for my crime," Chapman told the parole board at the Wende Correctional Facility in New York.
"I have no excuse. This was for self-glory. I think it's the worst crime that there could be to do something to someone that's innocent.
"He was extremely famous. I didn't kill him because of his character or the kind of man he was. He was a family man. He was an icon. He was someone that spoke of things that now we can speak of and it's great.
"I assassinated him, to use your word earlier, because he was very, very, very famous and that's the only reason and I was very, very, very, very much seeking self-glory, very selfish," he added.
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Agreed, fuck Lennon.
John Lennon was an idiot simp and deserved to die.

why didn't Lennon just imagine there was no bullet wound?
hold up, that fucker who killed lennon is still alive?
Why didn't they just kill him in prison?
Also imagine Lennon becoming even more insufferable while remaining just as popular. It would be worse than Bono.

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Rather then pass a second stimulus check, CONgress prepares to take vacation between now & the election. Nancy & friends plan on going to hair salon without masks & spending our stimulus for us.

Tell your rep to vote on the bill or be replaced by someone that will.
youre a good person that you want to share laughter with your friends in congress
Democrats in the House passed what OP wanted back in May.
This is entirely on the Republicans in the Senate and Trump.

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American intelligence agencies believe Russian President Vladimir Putin is behind a disinformation campaign targeting Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, according to a new report.

A top-secret CIA assessment concluded Ukrainian lawmaker Andriy Derkach engaged in peddling "disparaging information about Biden inside the United States through lobbyists, Congress, the media and contacts with figures close to the president," two sources with knowledge of the report told The Washington Post.

“We assess that President Vladimir Putin and the senior most Russian officials are aware of and probably directing Russia’s influence operations aimed at denigrating the former U.S. Vice President, supporting the U.S. president and fueling public discord ahead of the U.S. election in November,” the first line of the document reportedly reads.

Derkach has close ties to Rudy Giuliani, President Trump's personal attorney, the report said.

Derkach has been identified as a Russian agent by the director of national intelligence and the Treasury Department but has denied working on behalf of Moscow.

A recent report from the Senate Intelligence Committee found Russian agents meddled in the 2016 presidential election using social media and other methods to mislead voters about then-Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign and bolster Trump.

The intelligence assessment comes as Republicans in the Senate are slated to release a report on a controversial investigation into Biden and his son Hunter Biden's dealings in Ukraine.

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It's a direct quote from the rollcall article linked in your "news" story. Is this what you faggots do now? Quote articles written on other articles based on their clickbait headlines while completely ignoring their content?
thats antisemitic
This is just another fake russiagate hoax in case the democrats lose!! This way they can blame Russia and play the "Russia is our enemy" narrative. More evidence of how George Carlin was right, We love war, and we can't stand not to be fucking with some other country.
Wait so you're saying Russia is our friend?

28-year-old WHITE Houston doctor dies after battle with coronavirus, family says
By Stephanie Gallman, CNN

Updated 4:02 AM ET, Tue Septemb

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The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 200,000 Tuesday, a figure unimaginable eight months ago when the scourge first reached the world’s richest nation with its sparkling laboratories, top-flight scientists and stockpiles of medicines and emergency supplies.
400k by xmas?
1 million by fall 2021, despite a vaccine?
I bet from March 2020, til march 2021,(In one year, about 600k in the US.

Flu kills about 60k-80k in the same time frame.
So 10x more.
If Trump leveled with seniors, and at least gave appearances of trying, like wearing a mask when in public appearances and not giving rallies with him protected and his sheep crowded together maskless indoors, and no stupid comments,he'd be re-elected.
But he does to appear to be this dumb-aka, an average Person.

“Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.”

G Carlin
(Carlin forgot about the IQ bell curve though)
Fagan was in Houston starting the second year of her residency as an OB-GYN physician when she contracted COVID-19, her sister Maureen Fagan wrote on the fundraiser page. She said that Fagan was mostly helping to deliver babies but also rotated into the ER, working a 12-hour shift treating COVID-19 patients. By the evening of July 8, her sister wrote, “she began to feel under the weather. What started as intense flu-like symptoms escalated within the week to a hospital stay.”
Crocodile t-Rump tears
Cyclops n Action

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Eric Trump must testify in a New York state investigation into the financial affairs of his father President Trump and his businesses before the election, a judge ruled Wednesday, rejecting his attorney’s claims that his “extreme travel schedule” and “related unavailability” on the campaign trail warrant a delay.

Key Facts

New York Supreme Court judge Arthur Engoron said Eric Trump, who is executive vice president of the Trump Organization, must comply with a subpoena for his testimony no later than Oct. 7, adding that the investigation and the court are not “bound by the timelines of the national election.”

Eric Trump’s lawyers had argued that he “has been, and continues to be, willing to appear pursuant to subpoena” and said he would appear after the election “to avoid the use of his deposition attendance for political reasons” until then, according to last Thursday’s court filing.

At the hearing Wednesday, Eric Trump’s lawyer Alan Futerfas said they were “happy for him to sit down and be deposed,” but they needed more time before he testifies to review the thousands of pages of documents that the attorney general’s office is seeking as part of the investigation.

Matthew Colangelo, a lawyer for the attorney general’s office, asserted that Eric Trump’s lawyers didn’t have a legal basis for the delay and were doing so “simply on the grounds of personal inconvenience to the witness,” adding that the courts have found that five days is a reasonable amount of time to comply.

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based schizophrenicposter
You don't have to type out the word schizophrenic, Mr. OCD newfag. You can simply say "schizo" next time you're out of arguments and resorting to ad homs.
based schizophrenicposter
>there are NINE HUNDRED pages of russian conspiracy evidence!
It doesn't matter how many pages his rapsheet has if it's only filled with empty accusations that nobody cares to read.
>i don't care about these things therefore they don't matter
suddenly your worldview makes sense

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Trio Charged with Sex Trafficking of a Minor
Three defendants made initial appearances in federal court Tuesday after being charged with the sex trafficking of children, announced U.S. Attorney Trent Shores.

Dominique Laron Morgan, 25, of Tulsa; Rontaysha Leann Cox, 26, of Wichita, Kansas; and Treveon Marquise Cato, 22, of Tulsa, were charged in an August indictment, which was unsealed yesterday after their initial appearances.

The trio allegedly recruited, enticed, harbored, and advertised a minor to participate in sexual activity, profiting from her exploitation. Advertisements for the teenager were discovered on a website promoting prostitution and soliciting sex acts in exchange for money.

“The targeted trafficking and exploitation of minors is despicable. I am dismayed that our community continues to see child sex trafficking ventures in operation, and I am sickened that there is a customer-base for such a venture to even exist. We must target the supply and demand,” said U.S. Attorney Trent Shores. “My office will do everything we can to protect our children from harm and exploitation. We will do so in partnership with agencies like the Tulsa Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations, who are indispensable in these types of investigations.”

Two of the defendants face additional charges. Morgan is further charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, and coercion and enticement of a minor to engage in sexual activity. Cox is also charged with coercion and enticement of a minor to engage in sexual activity and possession of material involving the sexual exploitation of minors.
The Tulsa Police Department Vice-Human Trafficking Unit, Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are the investigative agencies. Assistant U.S. Attorney Edward Snow is prosecuting the case.
Oh good the justice.gov shill is back. We were worried you died of corona.

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Are you a bad motherfucker like my man here.
>SALEM, Ore. - The chair was green and plastic, the kind you might find in a patio set or along the edge of a creek.

>But for one night, Don Myron used it as a shield from embers of the Beachie Creek Fire, as he sheltered from raging flames on a rock in the middle of the Little North Santiam River in Oregon.

>"Everything around me was on fire," said Myron, 56, who has lived in the Elkhorn Woods community in the Little North Canyon for the past 11 years. "That chair helped save my butt."

>Myron's story is just one coming out of the Little North Canyon, one of the areas hit hardest during the Labor Day wildfires.

>Much of the Little North Canyon has been torched. Four people in the canyon have been killed. A majority of homes in the Elkhorn community area have been destroyed.

>Myron's story helps explain why. Trapped in the canyon by downed trees and flames roaring on 70 mph winds, he survived with a combination of guile and luck, finding an ideal rock in the middle of the river where he could stay until the worst of the firestorm passed.

>"If there's anybody who can survive that situation, it's my dad," said Chris Myron, Don's son. "He's smart, can think on his feet and is very resourceful."
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I wish more news stories were about literal men doing inspirational things. The news sucks now
>Man fends off wildfire with nothing but a plastic chair and 100,000 gallons of moving water
B tier news.
That's badass.
dumb ass had plenty of time to get out but he ignored the warnings, NOT a hero
>Making a decision as a sovereign citizen in any way that conflicts with the state makes you a dumbass

This guy lived, you smoothbrained mong.

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The vandalism and looting following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police will cost the insurance industry more than any other violent demonstrations in recent history, Axios has learned.

Why it matters: The protests that took place in 140 U.S. cities this spring were mostly peaceful, but the arson, vandalism and looting that did occur will result in at least $1 billion to $2 billion of paid insurance claims — eclipsing the record set in Los Angeles in 1992 after the acquittal of the police officers who brutalized Rodney King.

How it works: A company called Property Claim Services (PCS) has tracked insurance claims related to civil disorder since 1950. It classifies anything over $25 million in insured losses as a "catastrophe," and reports that the unrest this year (from May 26 to June 8) will cost the insurance industry far more than any prior one.

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>and Trump pushing for a race war
Lol what? How does somebody say that with a straight face? Leftists are the ones obsessed with dividing people by race. Leftists had the Federal government teaching their employees racist propaganda, and Trump put a stop to it. Leftists in CHAZ wanted segregation. Trump isn't telling black people to apologise for being black but leftists are telling white people to apologise for being white.
Only somebody with a terminal case of TDS can look at what's happening and blame Trump or his supporters
>"Fine people on both sides"
>"They arent sending their best"

Granted hes been smart enough to not say it in layman's terms but he has a history of these dogwhistles as to not alienate his (original) xenophobic base of supporters
oh no, someone please think of the insurance companies
>"They arent sending their best"
But this is literally true. People only emigrate from a region if they think life would be better elsewhere, and people would only do so illegally if they didn't qualify for the legal methods. Those people are not a country's best. Additionally many of the border hoppers aren't even Mexican, but an array of extremely poor and unskilled South/Central Americans that Mexico allows through. None of that is racist dogwhistling, no matter how much you desperately wish it to be.

The best way to compare Trump and Obama on the racial issue is to look at their response to these "white on black" shootings. Obama prematurely gets up on a podium, sheds a tear, and says that young violent black man could have been his son. He condemned the actual victims without evidence and made the ensuing court battles even more inflammatory, more than once too. Trump's response to the Kenosha shootings was impartial and explicitly wished for justice to come to light in a proper trial. If you see a dogwhistle in that then you are delusional. Ironically his impartiality and refusal to prematurely condemn Rittenhouse (like the WI governor did, who is surely regretting it now) was taken to be such a dogwhistle by the leftist media. These disgusting people are looking for any reason to hate Trump, to the point they undermine their own values and beliefs with nothing to show for it.
But how could there be damage? I was told the protests were peaceful and protesters are immune from the corona virus.

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More Americans say former Vice President Joe Biden has the mental clarity to be president versus Donald Trump, according to the latest Fox News poll released Sunday.

Despite the Trump campaign and the president himself repeatedly questioning the mental acuity of Biden, a larger percentage of U.S. adults say they believe the Democratic presidential candidate has the traits best suited for the job. A slight majority of likely voters—51 percent—told Fox News they believe Biden, 77, has the "mental soundness" to be president, compared to 47 percent who say the same about Trump, 74.

The president has repeatedly boasted about acing a cognitive test, and last his week campaign released an ad which showed Biden struggling to form sentences in public remarks. Trump offered the baseless accusation Saturday night that he believes Biden took performance enhancing drugs in order to get through the Democratic primary debates—an accusation he also leveled against Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential debates.
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it's the common cold ackchually
yes, I forgot to mention that zero people in my church that has been meeting since April wear masks
and we live in the third largest city in the state
He should use all that mental clarity to debate trump on Rogan's podcast

But he wont because he would be demolished
Stormfags should go back

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>While Trump said publicly it would “just disappear,” he told journalist Bob Woodward that he knew the coronavirus was “deadly stuff.”

President Donald Trump knew in early February that the coronavirus posed a unique and deadly threat to the United States, and was “more deadly than even your strenuous flus.”

At the time, Trump repeatedly publicly downplayed the virus as no more dangerous than the flu.

The revelation is one of many in journalist Bob Woodward’s forthcoming book, “Rage,” for which Trump granted Woodward a series of interviews.

“You just breathe the air and that’s how it’s passed,” Trump said in a Feb. 7 call with Woodward. “And so that’s a very tricky one. That’s a very delicate one. It’s also more deadly than even your strenuous flus.”

“This is deadly stuff,” he repeated.

“I wanted to always play it down,” Trump told Woodward on March 19, according to a copy of the book obtained by CNN. “I still like playing it down, because I don’t want to create a panic.”

But by ignoring reality in public, the president didn’t prevent panic, he provoked it. Many statements Trump made as the virus spread in the U.S. were outright falsehoods:

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>Huffington post
Yeah that's a good source. Sarcasm btw
wtf guys in america are literally rioting and rona didn't contract even 1% of the populace. wtf is going on here? I was hoping for it to kill off more than half of the rioters after a few months.
>Still pushing this lie.
But it's literally in line with what the CDC and WHO had determined at the time. Why do you think he was privy to information we weren't?
what lie? adress the point with an actual rebuttal instead of letting somone else speak for you like a sheep.

trump's response wasnt perfect, that was never my point, there were definately points where mistakes were made but are the democrats really all that different? like it or not it's a fact that during the dawn of the outbreak when little was known about the virus, pelosi ,the most powerful Democrat in the US encouraged people to gather on mass in china town for a parade and what about good ol mayor cuomo who put pressure on nursing homes to accept covid positive seniors. not to mention how the bulk of covid deaths happened in blue states under the supervision of leftists, are we gonna pretend like state and local politicians just dont exist and place all blame on one man for not leaving thousands of US citezens in communist china? all things considered trump did a decent job especially compared to what the politicians that people like you elect have done.

IT’S ONE OF the largest global dark web takedowns to date: 179 arrests spread across six countries; 500 kilograms of drugs seized; $6.5 million in cash and cryptocurrency confiscated. And while it was announced this morning, Operation Disruptor traces its roots back to May 3, 2019. That’s the day that German police seized Wall Street Market, the popular underground bazaar that gave international authorities everything they needed to upend the dark web drug trade.

It’s unclear how big a dent Operation Disruptor will make in the long run; the dark web drug market tends to bounce back, even after the high-profile collapses of marketplaces like the Silk Road and AlphaBay. But even if law enforcement is playing an eternal game of Whac-A-Mole, it’s at least gotten extremely proficient at whacking.

In the US, Operation Disruptor plays out across dozens of court documents and around 120 arrests. In Ohio, members of a group known as PillCosby were charged with mailing out over a million pills laced with fentanyl. Prosecutors in Washington, DC, allege that David Brian Pate concealed thousands of OxyContin, Xanax, and morphine pills inside souvenir maracas. A pharmacist in Nebraska allegedly planned to firebomb a local competitor after stealing their opiate supply, in service of what officials say was his booming narcotics trafficking business.


More than 600 kg of cocaine confiscated in Mexico

Las drugas es muy mal.
UK police seize $128 million worth of cocaine being smuggled in from South America.



>Videogame and collectibles retailer GameStop Corp. reported a larger-than-expected 27% sales drop and a wider adjusted loss for the second quarter amid the pandemic.

>Shares in aftermarket trading dropped by as much as 6%.


>Video game retailer GameStop’s online sales skyrocketed during the second quarter, but its net losses still continue to grow as the company is forced to continue slashing inventory and keep most physical locations closed. The retailer’s focus on cutting costs could make it harder for it to keep up with demand for next-generation consoles, which begin hitting shelves in just two months.

>GameStop’s net loss this quarter was $111.3 million, up from roughly $104 million last quarter. Its net sales from gaming products totaled $942 million, down nearly 27% annually.

>While its net loss increased quarterly, GameStop was quick to note in its Sept. 9 earnings report that it has cut losses year-over-year — during Q2 last year the retailer lost $415.3 million.

>Online e-commerce sales across the globe rose 800% during the quarter, and GameStop said those sale statistics are included in the overall comparable sales measurements, which declined roughly 13% in Q2.

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Parents and other relatives go there to buy gifts for the kids at christmas, not knowing steam exists.
is newgrounds still popular
Because you can just get that shit online? Download, or Physical delivered via mail.
I didn’t know you liked video games, Donald.
cant do that if youve already sold off the right to do that to netflix


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