There is a lot of insight in this piece, including Tufekci's ongoing argument that we are in a war for attention, more than a war for (free) speech.
I also learned the term "whistle-drowning" (~ DDOSing of the media / public discourse), which seems like a handy word for these times.
"The media is still under some illusion that fairness and balance means devoting equal attention to allegations about, and stories potentially damaging to, both candidates--rather than devoting proportional attention to allegations and stories according to their credibility, scale, scope and importance."
@anaulin this is all a distraction from the obvious point that hunter biden's hobbies would be less of a concern if crack were legal.
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