Skip to comments.Saw this while watching the 24 Hours of Le Mans Race this Morning: The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan education nonprofit, is building a national movement to advance the practice of news literacy throughout American society
Posted on 06/11/2023 11:00:22 AM PDT by mabarker1
This commercial started out with people in an getting in an elevator, and it started sprinkling water as they're reading their phones and it starts raining in the elevator, which is now full of water, and they're acting like they're drowning in Misinformation. I realize at that point it was a commie demon rat commercial.
Apparently, this place is existed for four years. I've never heard of it till this morning.
Below their opening statement when you go to their website, first thing I saw was all the people and what city they were in and I knew exactly what the heck was going on. So then let's rip them apart FReepers.
The Mission Statement looks to be:
The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan education nonprofit, is building a national movement to advance the practice of news literacy throughout American society, creating better informed, more engaged and more empowered individuals — and ultimately a stronger democracy. (Read our brochure or check out our FAQ)
The first link I clicked on, took me to massive lies about the chicom flu vaccine confirming what I already knew.
Did I mention I despise the demonratcommieblmantifaterrorscumfeminazipedophilegoatrapers ?
Saw this to this AM on another program, It is from Scripps which I think is a corporate news organization.
If there was a REAL disinformation board they would be all over this.
Scripps News is far more packed with news than Fox-CNN-MSNBC and on far more TV channels concurrently. Yes it is biased.
It is very dependent on confirmation bias. THE WHY especially is very dependent on confirmation bias.
I ask: WHY is it assumed that some topics are the responsibility of the govenment even though there is no mention of the topic in the Constitution or other major documents?
WHY are some topics assumed to be personal and not the role of government despite the fact that the government created the situation... which they see as a problem?
And WHY are some topics assumed to be the joint responsibility of the goverment and individual action?
The TV hosts appear to really believe their confirmation bias and not realize there are other rationa views supported by facts.
All the news that’s fit for you.
Waist uv muny. Wee reed fin.
2. Words like “ nonpartisan”, “ identify credible news” are a warning sign to me....
3. Lastly their media partners include: CNN, NPR, ABC News, 60 Minutes, New York Times, politico, Washington Post, and on and on dripping with Libs.....
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