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Old 07-21-2021, 04:27 AM
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And why isnít the press pressing for answers?

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...baggers-visit/

Talk about a PR Stunt gone wrong. Totally off the rails. Got to love it! What if itís revealed many of these POS Democrats lied about being fully vaccinated? Wouldnít that be rich? Theyíre in a pickle. Fully vaccinated and got the Wuhan Red Death or lied? Hmmmm.
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Old 07-21-2021, 02:54 PM
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on the edge of civil war 2.0 and they actually think they will get away with it! look at the vids of gov. folks and celebrities getting the jab, either they didn't push the plunger or the needle retracted and was not there when the syringe was withdrawn, they did not get the shot!

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Old 07-22-2021, 02:10 AM
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They pushed the plunger on Hank Aaron and he was dead in less than 20 days.
The other pickle is that they have stripped Trump of credit for the rapid vaccine development and they can't go back on that because even though Trump followers are still with him, they are thinking for themselves, and many are choosing not to get vaccinated even though Trump has encouraged it. They are in constant belittling of anyone who doesn't blindly follow what they are told.
As we stand right now, a proven 50 year drug (hydroxychloroquine) is too dangerous, but a brand new unproven vaccine will get you canceled on liberal social media if you question it.

Thank you Texas Democrats for your service in bringing this real truth to light. You either got the vaccine and it doesn't work, or you said you did and didn't.

The house of cards is falling.

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Old 07-22-2021, 07:09 PM
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Okay, this is off topic... But... It's just too damn funny not to address it...

In the Breitbart article that FM linked it was shown that it was a CBS reporter that revealed this...

So FM, that must mean that CBS news must be real news... Yet... According to you, NBC is not real news...

Is that the case FM? CBS news is real, but NBC news is fake?

Will add that there is an Axios link highlighted in the Breibart link... Check this out...Backers include media-partner NBC News,

This from wiki... Jump to navigation Jump to search Axios
Screenshot Type of site News Available in English Owner Axios Media Inc. Key people URL www.axios.com Advertising Native Commercial Yes Launched 2017; 4 years ago Current status ActiveAxios is an American news website based in Arlington County, Virginia. It was founded in 2016 and launched the following year by former Politico journalists Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen and Roy Schwartz. The site's name is based on the Greek: ἄξιος (Šxios), meaning "worthy".[1]

Axios's articles are typically brief and matter-of-fact: most are shorter than 300 words and use bullet points so they are easier to scan. In addition to news articles, Axios produces daily and weekly industry-specific newsletters (including Allen's Axios AM, a successor to his popular Playbook newsletter for Politico),[1] two daily podcasts and a documentary news series on HBO.

Contents

History

VandeHei said he wanted Axios to be a "mix between The Economist and Twitter".[2] The company initially covered a mix of business, politics, technology, healthcare, and media. VandeHei said Axios would focus on the "collision between tech and areas such as bureaucracy, healthcare, energy, and the transportation infrastructure".[1] At launch, Nicholas Johnston, a former managing editor at Bloomberg L.P., was named editor-in-chief.[3]

In the summer of 2016, Axios secured $10 million in a round of financing led by Lerer Hippeau Ventures. Backers include media-partner NBC News, Laurene Powell Jobs' Emerson Collective, Greycroft Partners, and David and Katherine Bradley, owners of Atlantic Media.[1] The company had raised $30 million as of November 2017.[4][5] It planned to focus on "business, technology, politics, and media trends."[1] Axios generates revenue through short-form native advertising and sponsored newsletters.[6] It earned more than $10 million in revenue in its first seven months.[4] Its advertisers include Exxon Mobil and Koch Industries.[undue weight?discuss][7]

In January 2017, Axios hired as an executive vice president Evan Ryan, the assistant secretary of state for educational and cultural affairs and a former staffer for Vice President Joe Biden.[8] As of March 2017, the company said it had 60 employees with 40 working in editorial.[7] Axios had 6 million visitors in September 2017, according to comScore. As of November 2017, Axios said it had 200,000 subscribers to 11 newsletters, with an average open rate of 52%. The same month, it said it would use a new $20 million investment to expand data analysis, product development, fund audience growth, and increase staff to 150, up from 89.[4]

In March and April 2019, HuffPost and Wired reported that Axios had paid a firm to improve its reputation by lobbying for changes to the Wikipedia articles on Axios and Jonathan Swan.[9][10]

In July 2020, Axios received $4.8 million in federal loans from the Paycheck Protection Program for salary replacement during the COVID-19 pandemic. It later returned the money, Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei explaining that the loans had become "politically polarizing".[11] In September 2020, The Wall Street Journal reported that Axios was on track to be profitable in 2020 "despite the economic turmoil stemming from the coronavirus that led to broad layoffs and pay cuts at many media outlets."[12]

In May 2021, The Wall Street Journal reported that merger discussions between Axios and The Athletic had ended, with The Athletic opting to pursue a deal with The New York Times.[13]

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Axios's content is designed for digital platforms, such as Facebook and Snapchat, as well as its own website.[1] Reporters have made appearances on television news on NBC News and MSNBC through a deal with NBC.[3] Its NBC Universal partnership has featured co-founder Mike Allen on its show Morning Joe.[14][15] Content is distributed via newsletters covering politics, technology, healthcare, and other subjects. Among the newsletters is a daily report by Allen, who formerly wrote Politico's Playbook newsletter.[1] Typical articles are shorter than 300 words.[16]

In 2018 the literary magazine n+1's editors identified Axios as an example of a new style of writing that "is simultaneously careful and strident, low-key and declarative" in order to cater to impatient readers. They wrote, "Axios, whose name is a cross between a defense contractor and an aggressive men's deodorant, has dispensed with everything but theses and bullet points."[17] According to a 2020 Knight Foundation study, Axios is generally read by a moderate audience, leaning slightly toward the left.[18]

Axios on HBO

A documentary series based on the website's reporting, also titled Axios (sometimes disambiguated as Axios on HBO), began airing on HBO in the United States and internationally on November 4, 2018.[19] The program, which primarily features interviews with political and business figures in the news, is a co-production of Axios Media, HBO Documentary Films, and DCTV. Initially airing on Sunday evenings in blocks of four consecutive weeks once or twice a year, the program switched to year-round biweekly production, airing on Monday nights, starting in April 2020.[20]

ROFLMAO... Seems like Breitbart is quoting "real" news from "fake" news sites

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Old 07-23-2021, 08:14 PM
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WTH,,, You got nothin FM?

Still ROFLMAO...

Did I mention... At launch, Nicholas Johnston, a former managing editor at Bloomberg L.P., was named editor-in-chief of Axios?

So Breitbart posts info from CBS, and includes a link to Axios... A partner Of NBC news

It would seem that Breitbart thinks that CBS/Axios/NBC are legitimate sources... Even tho you don't... Go figure?



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Old 07-26-2021, 06:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Lunkerdog View Post
WTH,,, You got nothin FM?

Still ROFLMAO...

Did I mention... At launch, Nicholas Johnston, a former managing editor at Bloomberg L.P., was named editor-in-chief of Axios?

So Breitbart posts info from CBS, and includes a link to Axios... A partner Of NBC news

It would seem that Breitbart thinks that CBS/Axios/NBC are legitimate sources... Even tho you don't... Go figure?
A broke watch is right twice a day.

Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while...
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Old 07-26-2021, 06:52 AM
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Originally Posted by ipscshooter View Post
A broke watch is right twice a day.

Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while...
ie It's real news if it's something i agree with. If they report something I don't agree with it's fake.
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Old 07-26-2021, 08:26 AM
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Originally Posted by lonestar50 View Post
ie It's real news if it's something i agree with. If they report something I don't agree with it's fake.
yes, that is how a liberal rates their news.
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Old 07-26-2021, 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by ipscshooter View Post
A broke watch is right twice a day.

Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while...
Not Lunk Head, he is never right except in his own head. He is a legend in his own mind and no place else.
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Old 07-26-2021, 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by ipscshooter View Post
A broke watch is right twice a day.

Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while...
Not good enough... Idioms are what they are.....

I'm not going to bother doing the research, but am betting that this is not the first time that Breitbart had quoted CBS/Axiom/NBC...

Perhaps you can prove that your idioms are correct?

Will also add that I'm still ROFLMAO since I called the OP out, he has not responded to this thread since then...

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