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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by Bear, Oct 7, 2020.
"Vice President Pence, you were at a ceremony in the Rose Garden last week that seems to have been a super spreader event... How can you expect the American public to follow guidelines when you don't?"
"President Trump as several times refused to commit himself to a peaceful transfer of power..."
"Do you believe as the scientific community has concluded that man made climate change has made wildfires hotter... and hurricanes wetter?"
I'd say she is an empty suit creation.
Against the narrative...
So hard questions about actions and policy is bias. Got it.
Each of those questions contain a subtle bias. If you can't see them, it's probably because you're biased.
Senator Harris, as the vice president mentioned, you co-sponsored the Green New Deal in Congress, but Vice President Biden said in last week’s debate that he does not support the Green New Deal. But if you look at the Biden-Harris campaign website, it describes the Green New Deal as a crucial framework. What exactly would be the stance of a Biden-Harris administration toward the Green New Deal?
And this one? I suppose this one is just fair.
Nah. Your "bias" are facts.
It's not about the question asked, it's about stating "facts" that aren't "facts."
What part of that question isn't a fact?
Why use the term "seems like a super spreader?" Is that a fact?
Trump has never refused to agree to a peaceful transfer of power but has left himself open to contest the results. There's a difference. Facts matter.
There's no scientific consensus that we're having more hurricanes than normal and the fires are NOT hotter or larger than 200 years ago. Studies show that CA regularly had 3-4 times more acres burn prior to settlement there. Why add that statement of "fact" if not to frame the narrative?
The correct answer would have been ...”we are passengers on the bus and will do as instructed”.