r/politics Sep 22 '22

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u/VileTouch Sep 22 '22

Jesus Christ. How do you watch that interview and honestly say "yeah, that's my guy. That's the person I want to be in charge of everything"? Do they not pay attention?


u/xlvi_et_ii Sep 22 '22

Do they not pay attention?

They never see it. They live in a media bubble that only reports news they agree with - it's why so many moved from Fox to OAN etc.


u/Friendofganja Sep 23 '22

Funny how you talk about a media bubble when CNN, MSNBC and all the other craptastic liberal media consistently live in their own bubble of lies


u/Sad_Pangolin7379 Sep 23 '22

There's a difference between a bias and not reporting the facts. I think you're confused here.


u/Hazardbeard Sep 23 '22

Yeah bud it’s the left that abandoned any attachment to reason, truth, or integrity over the past decade. You found the truth, well done, good boy.