I see this message has three replies and that you've responded to none, but another reply won't hurt.
CNN stated that there was no widespread fraud in the 2020 election.
Fox News stated that there was widespread fraud in the 2020 election, to the point that they are now being sued for defamation.
Who got it right? Which company knowingly spread lies in order to help their preferred candidate?
We will never know the real answer to that question, will we?
Did NASA really land on the moon? Did planes really fly into the towers and Pentagon? Is our government hiding aliens at Area 51? Did MI5 kill Princess Diana? Is the Earth really a sphere? Aren't the reptilians secretly running everytihng? In your world I guess we'll never know.
But anyone who isn't deaf, blind and dumb knows who got it right from the copious evidence of Fox News's firehose blasts of lies. Even their leading news entertainment hosts, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and even Rupert Murdoch knew Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell and the rest were spreading lies. Here's a list of some of the comments Fox News people made behind the scenes as revealed in the Dominion Voting Systems lawsuit:
Sidney Powell is lying by the way. I caught her. It’s insane
Sidney is a complete nut. No one will work with her. Ditto with Rudy.
...really crazy stuff...
Terrible stuff damaging everybody, I fear.
But Fox News feared losing their audience to NewsMax and OAN, so before the cameras they put on a show designed to hold their audience with tales of widespread malfeasance that frequently features appearances by people they knew were lying. When a Fox News reporter fact-checked a Trump tweet and said there was no evidence of voter fraud by Dominion, this was Tucker Carlson's reaction:
Please get her fired.
It needs to stop immediately, like tonight. It’s measurably hurting the company. The stock price is down. Not a joke.
There was documented fraud though,...
Of course there was. There's documented fraud in every national election. Just less of it this time around. In Arizona they found 9 cases of fraud, 3 by women who voted for their deceased mothers and several by people in prison.
When you can explain how voter fraud can be carried out on a scale of thousands and tens of thousands of votes in multiple jurisdictions across multiple states and run by a variety of people from both parties, then please proceed with your explanation.
...and there are still cases being tried.
Oh, I'm sure, because there are just so many, many thousands of cases of fraud it has just clogged the courts everywhere across the country. They'll still be trying these cases well into the next century.
The Twitter file dump also showed fraud.
Yep, that's where the evidence of voter fraud is, Twitter file dumps.
The government was working with social media to suppress our first amendment rights.
Yes, absolutely. But I stood up to them. For example, when they saw that above sentence from you they immediately contacted me and instructed me to remove it, but I stood up to them. I told them no, that I wasn't going to kowtow to their small-minded manipulation of our unalienable rights. I for one am not going to let you be censored.
So speak on with your lies. You have every right to say them.
The truth of the Hunter Biden laptop story was lied to us.
It was a little hard for everyone to believe that Hunter Biden dropped a laptop off at a Delaware computer repair shop and forgot about it, but investigative reporting has revealed that that's likely what happened. It obviously had critical data on it since he never missed it. Is there any laptop content in particular that concerns you? Content that actually was on the laptop and that someone didn't make up?
Our own government interfered in a free and fair election process, and broke the constitution.
I thought it was the Democrats that interfered with the 2020 election. Now it was the government headed by Trump that did it? Are you even trying to make sense?
Pfizer did the same thing to us as well with the vaccine on Twitter.
What did Pfizer do again? And why does anything on Twitter matter?
That should scare the shit out of people!
What scares the shit out of me is that there are people like you.
Let's not start talking about 2000 mules either.
I've heard of 20-mule team Borax. What's this about?
I mean it's clear as day what is going on.
When you start writing, nothing's clear.
Enjoy the upcoming food shortages that Biden said he would do. Yea, he said it.
Yes, he did. The Ukraine war will cause food shortages in some places around the world. It's already happening. Read the news. The report Russia stealing Ukraine grain and selling in Syria | Fortune
is from over six months ago, here's an excerpt:
The reduced food exports from the two countries is aggravating a global hunger crisis...
Fox really didn't say that either, at least that night. Matter of fact I stopped watching Fox...
Good idea, no matter what the reason.
CNN gets sued all the time and loses.
All the major news outlets get sued a lot. Apparently it goes with the territory. I couldn't find any statistics on which outlets lose more lawsuits, but I guess you have that information and will reveal it to us.
They perpetrate some of the most harmful lies to us.
Yet how chat gtp presented CNN compared to Fox, it was clear that it's programming is indeed biased, and it knows it too. I made it admit that CNN isn't always accurate after it said it was, just by asking it. Tell me that is not concerning? Aren't we supposed to be in pursuit of the truth? Shouldn't A.I. be accurate and truthful up front? What happens when this biased programming makes it into the police robots?
I know that everyone is telling you that AI is here and that ChatGPT is its embodiment, but they're lying to you. You're amazing. You believe lies and reject the truth. You live in backwards world. No, your Nest thermostat is not driven by AI. Nor is anything else. True AI is a long way off. Marketing departments have been falsely using the term for decades.
Chatbot technology has come a long way since the days of Eliza back in the 1960's. ChatGPT is truly amazing, but it is not AI. It just mines a large database (the Internet), draws correlations, and composes them into conversational responses. The Bing and IBM Watson chatbots do the same thing.