The problem is that it's all about humans -- they are the ones, at least until AI takes over, making the determinations. And I haven't met a human yet who isn't biased. That includes Zuckerberg, the New York Times, National Review, PJ Media or anybody I know or have known.One man's lie is another's news?
Ergo, on a certain level, all news is fake. Reading or watching the news is the ultimate version of caveat emptor.
One of the great positives of election 2016 was that the media was almost totally distrusted. They told the electorate repeatedly that Donald Trump was horrible and that Hillary Clinton was the infinitely better choice and we all know what happened.
Power to the people. That's the point. Trust yourself. All news is fake, I repeat, at some point.
Monday, November 21, 2016
The Fakers Among Us
Are we all fakers?
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