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Not really that hard to find, if you actually try. It took me all of about 5 seconds.


To find an article that begins with an unverifiable assertion and then immediately turns to irrelevant information to support that assertion.

True, it does call for some exercise of personal discretion to decide which is the more likely scenario:

a) For whatever reason, NPR didn't update the time stamp at the beginning of their article (turns out it was updated later in the article, if those who posted it would have actually read the article before slamming it


b) NPR is part of an astonishingly successful insidious plot to hoodwink a wide majority of Americans by staging, among an incredible multitude of other secretly staged fraudulent events, a destructive, deadly march on the Capitol while managing to make it appear like it was actually Trump followers who were riled up and heeding their leaders' calls to engage in mass disruption and violence. They've pulled all this off despite not having the sense not to publish a news article before the event occurs.

Yes, we all get to make our own judgements about that.
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