...is to consider the crime from the murderer’s point of view (no, I don’t agree with Rupar’s point. OTOH, WaPo ran a story on the number of lies Trump told in four years as POTUS, but used every euphemism but “lie” in doing it. Go figure. But neither do I think there are two sides to this issue.).
.@RandPaul in this clip touches upon a bedrock problem in modern American politics and media -- lies are not a "side" worthy of platforming, but they're often treated as such in the interest of being fair to Republicans https://t.co/dl4GlbsrHK— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 24, 2021
We have to allow both sides of these matters to be considered.
It’s supposed to snow tomorrow, but I don’t believe snow exists and I demand all Chicago television stations have me on air to share my snow-is-a-hoax viewpoint. If they don’t, I will accuse them of trying to silence me and fellow snow deniers.— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) January 25, 2021