Fri. Oct 23rd, 2020

So I start reading the New York Times online, the first article I look at is filled with false and leading rhetoric. I want to point it out:

President Trump and his political allies mounted a fierce and misleading defense of his political record on the first night of the Republican convention on Monday, while unleashing a barrage of attacks on Joseph R. Biden Jr. and the Democratic Party that were unrelenting in their bleakness.”

I want to point out that this article is by 3 separate authors. 3 different viewpoints, writing as one is confusing enough to begin with. The use of terms such as; “mounted a fierce” makes me as the reader think that they are literally attacking people. This isn’t the 1700’s, I am not sure how to address Jonathan, Alexander or Annie. We will call them “The Mob”, since they seem too like to drive a false public narrative. There are a lot of questions with the Biden’s and their use of political power and personal gain. e.g., “Quid pro quo

By Mac

I am looking to change the rhetoric and perception of the American Veteran, one person at a time. #Post8ForLife Semper Fi! 🇺🇸

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