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  • Ichingcarpenter (4151 posts)
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    Politico Wrong meter vs Wikileaks

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  • spud demon (1104 posts)
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    1. Obviously Politico was referring to her "public position"

    while Podesta’s email contains her “private position”.

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  • senz (5378 posts)
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    2. Wikileaks backs it up with concrete evidence.

  • MistaP (6982 posts)
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    3. WL exposed the media as not just carrying water, but as access-seeking

    suckup stenographers; that’s why the attacks on Assange are so universal

    http://www.salon.com/2016/11/09/the-hillary-clinton-campaign-intentionally-created-donald-trump-with-its-pied-piper-strategy/ (Third Way = Bell Curve)
  • northernsouthern (987 posts)
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    4. Isn't Politico RW?

    I thought Politico was considered RW leaning based on their articles bias, but I think I am thinking about real clear for poll bias. I could see it as like the first response said, one was based on public and the other on private…we all know her positions were basically quantum physics Uncertainty Principles level shit.


    I did like these three graphics on how people identified their views and thus identified the news sources as… it is going a bit off topic (they were originally to see the political bias of Politico which is trusted by mostly liberal and not trusted by mostly conservatives according to the polls)…but it seems everyone trusts the Wall Street Journal, and most everyone trusts Google News, the Economist and the BBC but the far right (and even then they only don’t have an opinion). Mind you the studies were in 2014, so that could have blown up since the election.

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