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Can you think of a single question Chris Wallace asked Trump during the debate that wasn’t a “gotcha” question? For those not familiar with the term, it’s a “journalist” technique to ask a non-relevant, non-policy question in a way that any response or non-response can be taken out of context or misinterpreted, which will then be used to fuel a day of distorted headlines and media narrative hit job talking points. This is precisely why Trump was asked about condemning supposed white supremacists. Despite the fact anyone reading the transcript or watching the debate can see he did condemn any kind of violent groups, his answer was buried by Biden talking over him and Chris Wallace repeatedly asking the same question over and over until Trump switched to Antifa, BLM, and leftwing violence. Expect the media/Democrats to run with this false narrative all the way to the election. Like the Charlottesville “fine people” lie, truth doesn’t matter if you repeat a lie long enough.
Watch in future debates and really, any White House press conference. Ask yourself, is each question relevant to the lives of Americans? Does it have anything to do with a policy action? Or is it just another “gotcha” question where slimy reporters are looking for another response to feed the next daily false narrative.
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