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starsatyr's avatar
Faux "News" has an ally in Sinclair Broadcasting, who won't allow anyone critical of tRump on the air to even try to rebut. They're cheerleaders for an authoritarian admirer of tyrants and the oligarchs who benefit most from his misrule.
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CaciqueCaribe's avatar
Wait. Isn't that what we have had from mainstream media these last couple of terms?  

I can't believe there are still some people on the left who haven't noticed that they are already being given exactly what they voted for, a Marxist-leaning transition Administration to a proto-Communist system.

By the way, I love how seamlessly you've converted that old poster. Beautifully done.  I might not agree with the message, but I most definitely appreciate your skills.
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JaliosWilinghart|Hobbyist General Artist
To be honest, government news can be a whole hell of a lot better than the crap private news corporations spews out. Fox news. Do I even need to say more?
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Grombald's avatar
Grombald|Hobbyist General Artist
At next, they will tap your phones and internet connections on suspicion.
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Negareboshi's avatar
I don't live in the U.S.A but is this really going to happen to you guys?! That's horrible! Don't you have sub-channels where you can get real info rather than Fox news and such?
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poasterchild's avatar
poasterchild|Hobbyist Artist
I'm exaggerating to make a point about the government getting involved in the news business by spying on reporters.
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Grenadiers's avatar
You are not exaggerating at all. This is how things might end.
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poasterchild's avatar
poasterchild|Hobbyist Artist
Fight 'em!
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Negareboshi's avatar
Gawd. At least you're exaggerating, but I do suppose that's how it works in some countries. And awesome work btw!
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poasterchild's avatar
poasterchild|Hobbyist Artist
Yes, it does. And thanks!
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Venomos548's avatar
Venomos548|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is how we fall, ladies and gentlemen. When the government has more power than the people they need to survive.
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Internet-Cancer|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
For a moment I thought that was J. Jonah Jameson.
"Sir, don't you think the public has a right to know about this?"
*Epic laugh...and then pause*
"You serious?"
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Sugaree-33|Student Photographer
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Hula121|Hobbyist Photographer
Pravda!
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:clap:
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