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why do all the news medias around the USA use the same language (Such as "Baseless claims" , "untrue conspiracy theories", "lies", "myths" )?
with regards to election fraud accusations? why not just call it "accusations"? that is what they are and have not been proven true or untrue yet.
The Senate is planning an audit of the election in response to the baseless fraud allegations and conspiracy theories espoused by former President Donald Trump and many of his supporters, including some Senate Republicans, after President Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election.
AN EXAMPLE ABOVE OF A PARAGRAPH I JUST COPIED AND PASTED FROM PHOENIX NEWS MEDIA
- JeancommunicatesLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Plausible deniability or Herd Mentality. For one thing it has become easier to copy what other Media outlets are saying. The Internet has everyone saying the same thing, because they are hearing the same.
- HoudiniLv 51 month ago
A claim that is baseless, an untrue conspiracy theory, a lie, or a myth is not an "accusation".
- Anonymous1 month ago
Trump has a history of chronic disconnect f/ truth/accuracy. Many I witnessed first hand and fact checkers have documented countless more. This is important because it establishes trump's horrible character. Courts rejected his baseless claims 60 times because he is unable to prove his assertions. That's bad enough but when trump uses those claims to incite violence, the media pushes back w/ zero tolerance that includes no "benefit of doubt".
Ever notice how trump avoids all those opportunities to tell his story under oath?
- ArcherLv 71 month ago
You will find when they have no truth, logic or evidence they will often all turn to the same assumptions.