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Subliminal Message Imbedded in NYT Article

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Take a close look at this excerpt from a New York Times article written by Steven Lee Myers on Sept. 8, 2023

A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that the Biden administration most likely overstepped the First Amendment by urging the major social media platforms to remove misleading or false content about the Covid-19 pandemic

The article, as written, is itself misleading. Let me explain why. Because of the way it is written, Steven’s reference to “remove misleading… content”, insinuates the content is misleading or false.

Let me show you how it should have been written in an unbiased way of reporting information.

A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that the Biden administration most likely overstepped the First Amendment by urging the major social media platforms to remove misleading or false content about the Covid-19 pandemic remove content about the Covid-19 pandemic which the administration has determined to be misleading or false.

It is important to see the difference in style between the two. The original style is nothing more than a subliminal suggestion to place into your mind the fact that the content is indeed misinformation or false and that the government is doing its due diligence in protecting you!

The second style does not conclude whether the content is misleading, false, or true. It just reports a fact.

In today’s world, the controlled media is constantly using subliminal suggestions to control how you think and view the world. Be ever so careful in everything you read.

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