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This writer exemplifies what it is to masquerade in... - SouthernBorderMT

Posted: Feb 11th, 2020 - 1:36 pm In Reply to: If The Media Want To Stop ‘Disinformation,’ They Need To Give - People Reasons To Trust Them

.... duplicitousness. This writer describes himself as a Book Editor for the Federalist and this he wrote: "Now I am not about to jump into the fray by arguing that Trump and those in his orbit don’t often have a strained relationship with the truth."

Well actually, a precursor to disseminating information should intimate with Truth, which is why an avid liar is a disseminator of disinformation, but I don't really wanna point that out.

I instead have a bone to pick regarding his deceit. He should know that context with content is crucial, so having a fear of "fray" is indicative of him lacking editorial integrity. To be this sanctimonious about disinformation, a Federalist best not be deep in the finagling of incompleteness. On the contrary, the priggish about disinformation would actually have no fear-of-fray or fray-fear about a rummage through anybody's garbage (see above). He is in fact exhibitive of a pundit bowing out from including the orbiting liars caught-up in the gravitational pull of alternative facts. He is editorially disingenuous and short on integrity to complain about Media's disinformation.

So I could have read this article to its end, but I'm really not susceptible to the stretch of a fraud's imagination.


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