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Ham_Sandwich77 -1 points ago +3 / -4

Ok, I'll amend that to "You'd have to read the internet and apply critical thinking."

You're definitely not going to be informed if you just watch CNN, MSNBC and CBC.
To find the truth you pretty much have to go to the internet. The challenge is separating the wheat from the chaff.

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RightOfSask 0 points ago +2 / -2

The vast majority of people aren't up to that challenge.

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DoggyDawg 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is true, but it’s also not the point. It doesn’t change the fact that the media are professional liars and you have to find the truth elsewhere.

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Ham_Sandwich77 -1 points ago +3 / -4

Yeah that's what I mean. If you get your info exclusively from the MSM, you have a 0% chance of being informed with the truth. To even have a chance of finding the truth, you need to go on the internet.

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Ham_Sandwich77 -4 points ago +1 / -5

Sad but true. Great example today:

https://twitter.com/Timcast/status/1462822104945115145?s=20

Tim Pool is one of the worst offenders when it comes critical thinking (or lack thereof).

What possible reason could the lizard people (or whoever) have to use special effects in the courtroom during the Rittenhouse trial? What's gained by spoofing that section of the aisle behind the prosecutor?

These are kinds of questions crazy people can't or won't ask themselves when looking at something peculiar. It's always straight to the most fantastic and implausible conclusion. And then if anyone tries to talk sense into them, they call that person a "sheep".