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In Reply to: RE: I don't consider that a fact - alternate or otherwise posted by Chris from Lafayette on June 02, 2018 at 14:20:49
...it's important to constantly challenge your "beliefs" with facts, whether you like them or not.
So the only "alternative facts" are the made-up ones.
Propaganda is usually not factual but intended to mislead.
Alternative facts can be every bit as verifiable as "non-alternative" facts - otherwise, they aren't facts at all.
What is perceived as propaganda can also be highly factual - it just depends on the methodology of the propagandist. Many things are labeled as propaganda, when they're simply alternative points of view, supported by a different set of (actual) facts.
> Alternative facts can be every bit as verifiable as "non-alternative" facts - otherwise, they aren't facts at all.>
"Alternative facts" used in its current context are not real facts.
They are made up to support someone's narrative.
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