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Brian Stelter
I followed up with about her comment that "there's no such thing, unfortunately, anymore, as facts"
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KB 4 Dec 16
This is even worse.
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Mark S. Zaid 4 Dec 16
(1) So basically, a fact is a fact except when you can't articulate exactly what it is you want to say?
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KB 4 Dec 16
I know there are so many other legitimate things to be angry about right now, but this is infuriating.
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spencerwillems 4 Dec 16
my brain hurts even more now. It's not that there aren't "facts". It's that my God has his...
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Walter Reid 4 Dec 16
the thing is though, there are facts and people need to understand they are the truth
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Mark S. Zaid 4 Dec 16
(2) juries don't decide truth in crim cases, they decide whether govt met its burden. Ever hear of OJ Simpson?
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KB 4 Dec 16
This will bring us to a new Dark Age. It is an attack on democratic society and on knowledge itself.
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Scottie Nell Hughes 4 Dec 16
100% agree.
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Ruth Ben-Ghiat 4 Dec 16
To : History shows documented lies cannot b facts. There is no equivalency. One is truth the other propaganda.
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Caroline Yezer, #NoalIndulto a Fujimori 4 Dec 16
can someone just please teach the concept of "subjectivity"? How does a news person not have this vocabulary?
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Lee M. Williams 4 Dec 16
I really can't tell if her words said anything. Any one ?
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Patricia Bateman 4 Dec 16
no, , Dems do not ignore facts. That's just your camp.
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Jo Maree 4 Dec 16
That comment might actually be even sillier.
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Jo Maree 4 Dec 16
Well you see that's your first mistake. She's not a news person. She's a paid Trump contributor
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KB 4 Dec 16
You clearly don't. You think facts are a popularity contest.
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KB 4 Dec 16
Actually, I'd like to amend my statement. You know what facts are, and you choose to lie.
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Steve Rhodes 4 Dec 16
problem is & other paid CNN Trump supporters almost always defended him despite facts
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Jim Crider 4 Dec 16
Problem seems to be 's confusing "assertion" for "fact". Facts objectively are true, whether believed or not.
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