Manipulated Media

Old Man Jingles

Rat out of a cage
They clipped off the last sentence of Bumbling Joe's remark.
Too bad they don't do this on all the Fake News and FOX News 'out of context' and other 'Manipulated Media'.
They all take stuff out of context.

The White House tweeted a video of Joe Biden, and it was found to be edited, his words mixed around and deleted to change his message. This caused Twitter to issue it's first "Manipulated Media" warning. This warning is designed to let users know when a video has been secretly edited, like the videos Iraq released to misreport Saddam Hussein's location during the Iraq War.
The President also shared the secretly-manipulated clip, causing the White House and Donald Trump to be the FIRST TWITTER USERS TO EVER TO BE FLAGGED FOR FAKE NEWS.

 

Baba gounj

Strength through joy
North Korean state media has for weeks now been publishing doctored images of people wearing surgical masks to give the impression that the country is effectively responding to the coronavirus outbreak, according to NK News.

NK News reports that since mid-February, all state media has depicted people in public places wearing surgical masks to help prevent the spread of the disease. In most cases, it is blatantly obvious that the masks have been digitally added to the image.

North Korea is currently experiencing a shortage of surgical masks and has already reached out to South Korea and international charities for help in getting hold of them. The Yomiuri Shimbun reported Monday that despite offering help to their neighbor through unofficial channels, Seoul has turned down the request due to their own shortages in the South.
 

Non sequitur

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If it bleeds it leads.

This whole exercise is to prevent the week and vulnerable from dying period.

Media=panic Trump=don't panic be smart. Media=Trump's is spreading the virus so panic.
 

watdaflock?

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North Korean state media has for weeks now been publishing doctored images of people wearing surgical masks to give the impression that the country is effectively responding to the coronavirus outbreak, according to NK News.

NK News reports that since mid-February, all state media has depicted people in public places wearing surgical masks to help prevent the spread of the disease. In most cases, it is blatantly obvious that the masks have been digitally added to the image.

North Korea is currently experiencing a shortage of surgical masks and has already reached out to South Korea and international charities for help in getting hold of them. The Yomiuri Shimbun reported Monday that despite offering help to their neighbor through unofficial channels, Seoul has turned down the request due to their own shortages in the South.
A website called "NK news" that has is entirely American ads and in the English language.

Takes a special kind of stupid to really believe this is a NK website.
 

Box Ox

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A website called "NK news" that has is entirely American ads and in the English language.

Takes a special kind of stupid to really believe this is a NK website.

NK News - Wikipedia

"NK News is an American subscription-based website that provides news and analysis about North Korea. Established in 2011, it is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea with reporters in Washington, D.C. and London.[1] Reporting is based on information collected from in-country sources, recently returned western visitors to North Korea, stories filed by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), interviews with defectors, and reports published by NGOs and western governments. The site's founder and Managing Director is Chad O'Carroll, a former employee of the German Marshall Fund, who has written on North Korea and North Korea issues for The Telegraph.[2][3]"
 

watdaflock?

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NK News - Wikipedia

"NK News is an American subscription-based website that provides news and analysis about North Korea. Established in 2011, it is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea with reporters in Washington, D.C. and London.[1] Reporting is based on information collected from in-country sources, recently returned western visitors to North Korea, stories filed by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), interviews with defectors, and reports published by NGOs and western governments. The site's founder and Managing Director is Chad O'Carroll, a former employee of the German Marshall Fund, who has written on North Korea and North Korea issues for The Telegraph.[2][3]"
Thank goodness only Dennis Rodman visits NK.
 
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