Couric writes that she wanted to protect RBG and so she edited out RBG saying that those who kneel during the national anthem are showing 'contempt for a government that has made it possible for their parents and grandparents to live a decent life.'  dailymail.co.uk/news/article…

5:54 PM · Oct 13, 2021

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That’s bad.
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What is outrageous is that Couric is admitting that she, at the time she wrote this, thought a Supreme Court Justice incapable of understanding a question about race and protests and so, instead of exposing that, hid it. If she can't understand that, how can she be a justice?
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Essentially, Couric determined that she was too elderly to be responsible for her own answers in an interview, but still totally fit to be the high Court. Those two thoughts aren't consistent.
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Are we suppose to care?
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I do. you don’t have to, though
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I don’t care about Couric but I hope this at least puts the slightest dent in the sales figures of Ginsburg tote bags and children’s books
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Selectively editing to create heroes, villains and martyrs to sculpt a narrative to divide people!!??? No way! 🙄 They are writing their own political drama. The media's version of House of Cards meets The West Wing.
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What media bias? 🙄
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Yes just ask the entire lineup of fox news. They give both sides, the pro Republican and anti-democrat
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