PolitiFact | 7 ways to avoid misinformation during the coronavirus pandemic

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Rcooley123's Blog

A guide for weeding the truth in planning and voting for or against any candidate in this era where facts and the truth are often given a back seat by unscrupulous candidates and their campaigns when producing advertising, delivering stump speeches, participating in “debates”, etc.

Tonight’s dueling town halls being broadcast on competing mainstream media networks is an anti-debate – insofar as it is even more difficult to glean useful information from both major party candidates when they are talking at the same time about different issues. This is even worse than the farce first Presidential debate, where Trump spent the entire time talking over both the moderator and Biden.

My personal preference is to watch the Biden Town Hall for two main reasons:

  1. It was scheduled first, due to the fact that Trump had tested positive for the virus and was refusing to participate in a debate where the…

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