Answer: Y’all would benefit from making the distinction between “misleading,” “mistaken,” “lying”…
Siobhan O'leary

I would love to have your elucidation on the difference between “misleading” and “lying” in general, and in regards to this article in particular. Article that’s entitled, “Trump wants visitors […] to hand over social media passwords” and makes zero mention of the background (Obama’s DHS) that can be looked up with a 5-second google search.

This kind of sleight-of-hand is, in my opinion, infinitely worse than obviously made up BS like #pizzagate. That can be ignored. This is insidious.

I expect a telemarketer to lie to me — and I don’t listen to them. I don’t appreciate being lied to by a supposedly respected professional.

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