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The MSM shifts the balance

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Submitted by John H (United States), Oct 2, 2016 at 15:22

While I agree that they are both abysmally bad candidates, and you raise valid points, I will still be voting for Trump.

Why? Because if Trump is elected, then the press will actually *do their jobs*. If Clinton is elected, the press will obscure, misdirect, ignore and cover up to protect everything she does. They will either be silent or cheerleaders; they will *not* be critics. They will *not* "shine the light of public scrutiny" on her, whereas they will do so - rabidly - for Trump.

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