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Republicans Have Mastered of the Art of False Equivalency

Even so-called ‘sensible Republicans’ use both-sides-ism to misinform their base. And most of the time, the media goes along.

A few years before the Trump era, I found myself drinking a beer and watching television with an older male relative…

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Marlon Weems

Marlon Weems

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