Jimbo wrote:Hatz, you have some kind of Krytonite where points miss you.
The guy is pictured shot to death. (The next part is the fake part.) The media blame it on Putin. Then the guy turns up alive. Ergo. the media lied and blamed Putin for a crime he didn't do. In case my point missed you thanks to your Krytonite, Putin has been blamed in the media for any number of things lately and then oops, it wasn't Putin.
Jimbo, you ignorant slut (please forgive the SNL reference) - "the media blame it on Putin" does not qualify as news. It qualifies as an opinion. If the media says "it is the opinion of this writer that Putin is to blame" that can not be fake news, for it is not news. It is an opinion piece. If the media report "so and so was shot by Russian soldiers at the direct behest of Putin" and THEN he turns up alive, that qualifies as fake news.
What kind of kryptonite do you
have that makes you so bound and determined to not understand the difference?
That guy does the exact same thing you do time and time again. You don't like the conclusions being drawn, so you claim the facts were misstated whether there were any facts offered or not.
(Cue Jimbo saying "so you agree with their conclusions, then?" Irrelevant, my hard-headed friend. What is at question is your definition of "fake news." Which is an incorrect one.
You are welcome to your opinion that Hillary put me up to saying so. But it will not make it so.