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David M. Perry
I was unaware Farrakhan had been elected to congress by the good people of Iowa?
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Estarianne the ornery collusion-er 🦄🐱🦈 Jan 15
Replying to @Lollardfish
Did you see his eyes in the avi?
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Scott Tibbs Jan 15
Replying to @Lollardfish
You notice I explicitly denounced King, so this isn't .
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David M. Perry Jan 15
Replying to @ConservaTibbs
it's textbook whataboutism.
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David M. Perry Jan 15
Replying to @ConservaTibbs @owillis
here's the key, as says: Dems have John Lewis in Congress. Republicans have Steve King. You can do the math.
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David M. Perry Jan 15
Replying to @ConservaTibbs
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Scott Tibbs Jan 15
Replying to @Lollardfish
No, it isn't. Whataboutism is a tactic to distract. I explicitly denounced King.
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Scott Tibbs Jan 15
Replying to @Lollardfish
You're the one who engaged with my tweet.
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Gary M. Sarli Jan 15
It's still whataboutism when you change the subject to a different person or a different topic. It's an informal logical fallacy called 'tu quoque' ('you as well'). And -- furthermore -- Farrakhan is a conservative who ENDORSED TRUMP. Why do *WE* have to denounce him?
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