You need to understand where they're coming from. Everything will be exaggerated and sensational, and obviously "from the right," but their real enemy is the MS Press, not any political party. It just so happens that the mainstream press are basically the worst people in America atm. So their point of view winds up lining up with the truth a lot. Worth a read.
On the technical side, it is the worst designed, slow, ad ridden, shitstain of a shit designed to wring every fucking penny out of your visit. Pisses me off everytime I go.
>>721599518 it's slanted of course but they don't pull shit out their ass. it's real as any other news outlet, end of the day.
Pretentious fucks in the editorial dept, though, i tell you that. I do freelance work and have a bloody long resume and offered to do some free shit on the side for them and they rejected me for inexperience.
>>721600038 >the mainstream press are basically the worst people in America atm. So their point of view winds up lining up with the truth a lot Being opposite of bad doesn't mean its good faggot, it just a different kind of bad.
>>721602041 Puts al jazeera and RT is the same catagory. One is a worl reknowned and respected news outlet. The other(Russian Times) is the propaganda outlet for Putin. I see this on /pol/ and the_donald often. Face it, gents. The Russians are here and they are stupid.
Why does no one understand the difference between fake news, selective coverage, sensationalist news and objective news?
Fake news is objectively false and aimed at supporting or detracting from a specific person or group and almost always originates from sites like sketchyasfuck.ru/IfIClickThisLinkIWillGetAVirus, but is sometimes mistakenly picked up by mainstream media, who nearly always prints/publishes a retraction eventually.
Sensationalist news and selective coverage are not objectively false, but often stretch the truth. They cover only certain stories and frame them to make a person or group look good or bad.
Objective journalism is verifiably true and not framed to support or detract from anyone. PBS and maybe Al Jazeera are the closest things to this.
Breitbart falls into the extreme end of sensationalist/ selective coverage. They stretch the truth in any way they can to support the alt-right, and you will never find an article there that would make that movement or any people within it look bad.
Bottom line: Watch PBS. Breitbart uses the same framing and sensationalizing that the mainstream media just, just to a higher degree and in support of a different cause.
>>721600038 This x10. Even if you use a news client that grabs articles and puts them in reader mode, they make you open a mini browser to read them so they can show you all their ads and bullshit. My least favorite thing ever are sites that break up short content into mutiple pages so you're exposed to the maximum ads.
>>721608132 We help fund their intelligence community, we reap the benefits of more intelligence gathering. Stuxnet was either American or Israeli. That's fucking huge. What don't you understand about this?
>>721607429 except instead of left bias, they willfully fabricate entire stories and false conflicts devoid of any legit basis in reality. they have a paint by numbers approach to exploiting the psychology of fear to form a reader base.
CNN ran the story about Trump taking the MLK bust out of the oval office 3,700 times before they realized it was unsubstantiated. That was two weeks ago. But whatever helps push the "racist" narrative, right?
>>721609471 its not the same level of shit on both sides tho. we all should have the skills to differentiate the overly optimistic/sure biasing left media does from the inflated fearmongering, amazingly strong will to ignore reality, and out-right fabrication of stories and citations.
>>721609828 >minor bullshit story that shouldnt be headline news anyway VS covering up the makings of an unconstitutional splintering of offices and borderline coup wrapped up in an illegal and unmediated financial fiasco.
>>721610425 You clearly can't look at this from an objective POV.
It's not even a debate after the campaign. How crazy and willing to do anything to force their agenda the left is. Even after the election they've been caught fabricating stories and YOU could say it's a "minor bullshit" story, but we both know what the goal was in the end.
You'll also have to explain wtf you're talking about after VS, because I'm speaking rationally not going off on a conspiracy theory.
>>721612323 New York Times reporter Jayson Blair was investigated in 2003 for inventing numerous reports. He was especially prone to inventing news reports supposedly filed from other cities, while he was in fact working from his apartment in Brooklyn. The scandal that ultimately prompted his resignation involved accusations of plagiarism in a story he filed about the family of a soldier missing in Iraq.
>>721613540 The New York Times reports Perry had no clue the energy secretary is in charge of safeguarding the nuclear arsenal when he accepted the nomination for the position in Donald Trump’s administration. Massive flaws in the reporting quickly became clear, however, as the sole source for the story told The Daily Caller his words were taken out of context, and journalists quickly dug up a statement from Perry on his nomination that explicitly mentions the nuclear arsenal.
I mean, you look kind of dumb laughing at the dailycaller when the news outlet you're trying to defend got debunked by that very same company.
>>721614090 The only people who have to fall back on buzzwords like "hurr durr alt right" are people who can't defend their positions to begin with.
Here's another good one for you:
"Susanne Craig of the New York Times has once again stepped in to the limelight of dishonest and deplorable lame-stream pundits, slinging garbage about presidential candidate Donald Trump, with her latest prevarication claiming she is in possession of Trump’s 1995 federal tax returns.
On October 1, 2016, The NY Times published “Donald Trump Tax Records Show He Could Have Avoided Taxes for Nearly Two Decades, The Times Found,” which falsely claims that Trump has not paid any federal income tax in the past two decades after allegedly filing a loss of $915,729,293 in 1995."
I like how you try and assume you know what i'm affiliated with.
I trust them in the sense that they won't underreport, they will atlas give me all the information. I can filter out bias , but I can't filter out underreporting- so it's an important part of my media diet
liberal media sports,cable, big 3 tv nets, democrat candidates have been sliding dowwwnnnnward for as long as obama was in office & before in the case of liberal run espn,some of those conservative sites have joined the rest,am radio guys like hannity rush levin, and savage,,all thrive because they REFLECT not make,or recruit their listening base,they do sometimes get former democrat regulars who bail on the party,breitbart is usually pretty good,,all watch out for AXIOS, a spinoff of POLITICO,in turn POLITICO hails from WAPO, new media fellas,it;s gonna be around awhile,,new media pretty much alone,accompanied by the AM guys have brought 30 years of democrat lies to the surface. don; like it? tough
I prefer to read Reuters cause they take the time to make sure it is a neutral as possible without using strong language to sway an opinion from their userbase. Christian Science Monitor does the same but they lean a bit left. Still, it's surprising how well CSM can actually write articles on world events... You'd think they wouldn't cause of the name.
>>721614804 In stories about the recent release of Albert Woodfox, New York Times has reported Woodfox’s bank robbery partner and fellow “Angola Three Inmate” (and ALSO a black panther) Robert King Wilkerson was released from prison after his conviction was overturned.
In fact, he was actually released after he pled guilty to being an accomplice after-the-fact to second-degree murder.
>>721615774 even the syndicated, oped/investigative shows like radiolab/this american life etc are fairly accurate. they can be pretty optimistic about some subjects, but they are pretty good and make retractions in the event they are wrong. and they are the least rigorous part of npr.
>>721615580 Seriously, I just posted at least 3 examples of NYT being caught lying just recently. You're the one falling back on buzzwords. What do you have to gain by defending some trash newspaper that blatantly lies and fabricates stories? And you have the balls to call anyone else in this thread a cult? Unless you work for one of those outlets you have literally nothing to gain for defending them. Yet here you are, for whatever reason, trying to tie Trump into this somehow. You're clearly a fucking tool who can't think for themselves.
>>721599518 I see a lot of people saying it's the right's version of Huffington Post but it's not even that. It's more comparable to The Dailey Show/Colbert Report in it's outlandishness but isn't written like it's a comedy and it wants you to think of it as real news. The fact that so many people rely on it as news is pretty astounding and really shows how fucking dumb people are. Bannon being in the Trump administration would have been like John Stewart being part of the Obama administration.
>>721616079 Not to mention that the NYT runs corrections and retractions in print and on the web every day like actual journalists, instead of just doubling-down on them or sweeping them under the rug.
>>721599518 >Breitbart fuck off... news networks msnbc, cnn, fox, abc, ect... print media... the list go's on and on... read one media outlet look at the next saying the total contrary... just don't have the time in my life 4 this shit.. guess they won... just dont give a fuck anymore...
>>721616079 cite examples of "vast gulfs" of blatant lies and fear mongering from the other side.
I've posted specific examples of them a) lying to influence a presidential campaign b) lying to push a fearmongering global warming-alarmist narrative c) fearmongering with lies about net neutrality legislation
I think it's clear who here can't substantiate their claims. Keep your head in the sand if you want, you're choosing to be ignorant so don't act like you're being objective about this topic at all.
>>721599518 That kind of talk right there is why Trump won the election.
And there is no "real" world. There is just living and trying to be happy.
If we want to argue the real world, you city folks have no clue what it's like to live like I do.
I've got 50 chickens, 15 hogs, three dairy cows, and 6 acres of land I farm for my own benefit.
Aside from internet(which I can live without), I have officially become 100% self sufficient last month.
I live on a well, my power is drawn from a homemade windmill, I have plenty of iron to make the tools I need, I have a foundry, and soon to have a wife.
You city folk only know life by living off of others, you know nothing of struggle and hardship that isn't self inflicted.
You city folk think you're so high and mighty, so important, like you run the world.
Except you don't. The earth runs herself. You folks in the city keep addressing self inflicted problems, and making them worse. You city folk have an opportunity to make millions of dollars with your big corporations.
I don't care about big corporations, I don't care about getting the most updated things. I only care about the things I can make, and the means of surviving in the most natural and humane way as possible.
>>721618493 i get what you are doing, and i normally do the same, but this is 4chan and i just dgaf, but seriously. to not know what im talking about at this point, you have to be being willfully ignorant/pedantic.
"The story, by Sheryl Gay Storberg, ran in Monday’s edition of the Times. It was originally titled “Ben Carson Lived in Public Housing, but Critics Worry Over How He Will Lead It,” and stated that Carson grew up in public housing. Its source was Armstrong Williams, a friend of Carson. The problem is, it wasn’t true. After the statement was widely circulated and then discredited, The New York Times had to backtrack."
>>721618761 He's calling you out for being full of shit, just like I did. It's funny how you far-left fucktards just pretend like it's not important anymore when you get caught in your lies.
fucking pathetic kek
>you don't know what i'm talking about though? >hasn't posted one source or citation >oh you're just being pedantic
No. You make a bullshit claim, people are going to pull your card. It's really that simple.
You just tried to talk about conway when the topic is media outlets, derailing the whole fucking thing because you know there's literally no way to defend liberal MSM. They've been caught in lie after lie after lie and no one respects them.
"The New York Times told us several times that they would make sure my story that I was telling came across, they promised several times that they would do it accurately, they told me several times and my manager several times that it would not be a hit piece and that my story would come across the way that I was telling it and honestly and it absolutely was not,” Brewer Lane said. “They did take quotes from what I said and they put a negative connotation on it. They spun it to where it appeared negative. I did not have a negative experience with Donald Trump.”
Us here in cities specialize in things so that we can provide our specialized services to others in the cities. We then each work together to move forward.
It's nice that you can live out on the land like you do, but 80% of the US population lives in cities because the quality of life is just better. Nobody wants to take care of animals and have to do manual labor for food.
"The New York Times notoriously slimed, in both news and columns, three innocent Duke lacrosse players, falsely accused in March 2006 by stripper Crystal Mangum of rape at a house party. The players were prosecuted by Michael Nifong, district attorney for Durham County in North Carolina. But Mangum's tale was plagued by inconsistencies, and two of the three players had bulletproof alibis. The allegations were soon shown to be completely false, and Nifong was later disbarred for fraud and misconduct. ... Yet throughout the ordeal liberal Times reporters and columnist Selena Roberts, threw out the presumption of innocence and routinely slimed the players, assuming them guilty of at the very least the sin of white privilege."
breitbart emerged from nothingness by breaking the james o keefe expose of planned parenthood they had both the full video and the one he edited to make it look like pp was all about scamming taxpayers and supported pimping and drug use
they enthusiastically ran the edited one and enthusiastically supported james o keefe in the future not even pretending to be journalism but if you already hate [liberal thing] because another totally not mainstream media source convinced you too then you will gladly add breitbart to your totally not mainstream media politically aligned pseudo journalism repertoire 99% of scientists and 95% of the worlds population might be in agreement over something but you know better because "everybody knows"
>>721599518 They're sort of like the HuffPost but not a bunch of SJW fags. In fact they are on the opposite end of the spectrum, which is fine by me. You just have to keep in mind whenever you read a piece by them, there may be spin. When this does happen, its typically embellishments of the left's stupidity in a playful manner.
An example is their piece on Brown University putting tampons in men's restrooms. See pic related. Though Brown students did go through with the act, it was to try to make feminine hygiene products a staple of university restrooms, much like toilet paper or soap. However, having actually take a gender studies course myself (it was to satisfy some stupid gen ed, faggots), I can tell you first hand that the academic left is so delusional that many of the students and faculty in the anthropology and social sciences departments DO indeed reject there are any differences between men and women - what we perceive as biological constructs are actually just social in disguise. So they really are that retarded and deserve every bit of ridicule they get. They treated the term "sexual dimorphism" as if it were a naughty word. I'm not making this up.
>>721620185 Specifically, Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg distorted and falsely reported comments made by Frank Gaffney in the course of two recorded interviews conducted in December 2016. His article and an accompanying photo’s caption respectively asserted that Mr. Gaffney regarded “Islam” and “Muslims” as “termites [that] hollow out the structure of the civil society and other institutions for the purpose of creating conditions under which the jihad will succeed.”
Actually, as transcripts of the two conversations spanning roughly 2.5 hours make clear, Mr. Gaffney was characterizing the modus operandi of the Muslim Brotherhood, not “Muslims” or “Islam.” The misrepresentation serves the interest of the Brotherhood – which has long been determined to silence him and the Center for Security Policy – but not the interests of the New York Times’ readers or the paper’s responsibility to report the facts.
>>721606552 if you want news, go watch the house foreign affairs committee on youtube. place is a fucking ghost town. the Illuminati does not want people to know about this yt chan. only brainwashed morons think that news is actually trying to inform you.
>>721610500 I tuned into npr one day back in summer. they were running a anti trump porn, a short story someone was reading, regarding the future, claiming that the agriculture industry was failing because 'no one knew how to grow the oranges' after kicking all the foreigners out. apparently only foreigners know botany and agriculture?
Buzzfeed for paranoid conservatives? Clickbait combined with Glen Beck "invest in gold now before you die next week" and Alex Jones tin-foil "the last 17 presidents have been alien lizards from Blekton"...Prior to the internet, there was a thing called public access TV, which is where all these weirdos would have been...
Here's my personal favorite on the other side; total exploitation and snake oil salesmanship...from a video where he debates a white NWO/Freemason Jones-type guy (though not shown here)...meant to do nothing except stoke fears and emotions and, most importantly, donations...Not unlike Beck, Jones and the rest....
Yeah i know some guys that run a shitty knock off breitbart. the whole business model is:
1. create a facebook page and just post a bunch of obama is a muslim memes for racist hicks and backwater idiots to share and jerkoff over. 2. write the most absurd headlines you can think of. maybe not even absurd, but just try to piss off and / or validate as many people as possible so they can't help themselves from clicking 3. funnel facebook traffic to your shitty wordpress site, every fucking pixel of which is an ad that makes your site nearly unnavigable >>721600038 4. Profit.
writing for breitbart is so fucking easy an ape could do it and plenty do. but it's worth keeping an eye on, just to see what bullshit their feeding people today.
>>721599518 The reality of the situation is that you literally can't trust any big source of news whatsoever. You can't. Breitbart has a good attitude though, but once you get so big, it just should be regarded as entertainment.
honestly, and it's sad, but i think you do. I hate it, not because it's conservative, but because it's just shitty journalism. they don't investigate, they don't do anything but get stoned all day and editorialize news articles. it's just two of them and they can really crank it out. i think they make good money. but it's just sad.
>>721631143 I read the one about Hillary Clinton being a doddering old lady about to fall over dead from multiple diseases and also the one about her being a criminal mastermind that runs a child trafficking sex ring by day and plans multiple assassinations by night.
>>721631429 It doesn't work anymore. You've all overplayed that card. And besides some elements of fascism were not so bad and it varied a lot within different nations and cultures. But yeah I know you just want a boogie man to demonize the opposition.
>>721631653 There is no desire for that on our side, conservatives need villains to rationalize their internal dissatisfaction. That's why they had to demonize Obama, and why they elected Trump. Conservatives project their own bullshit on to their opponents.
>>721631770 Oh man you are too funny. You guys really believe your own lies don't you. As if you're all morally superior. Rules for radicals by Saul Alinsky. We're aware of your bullshit tactics. Keep autistically screeching hitler and fascist though if it makes you feel better.
>>721632225 It can work quite well depending on the historical context and nation. In germany for instance National Socialism could have worked out quite well and they did a good job of purging the communists and getting rid of degeneracy. Hitler got a bit carried away with invading Poland and Russia though and this is where it can fall apart when there is so much power concentrated in one person. But I think something like that was necessary to get rid of the communist menace that was spreading like a virus in Germany at the time. It should have just stayed National though. And something similar, some sort of authoritarian right wing movement is becoming more necessary in our times in western nations to deal with the radical leftist sedition that is going on.
>>721599518 At least the major news outlets get called out on their lies. No one gives a shit enough to call breitbart out. It's bottom tier along with many others, incl liberal shit like naturalnewsnow or whatever. gmos are going to save the world.
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