Quote from toomuchbaloney
I would recommend that you watch Fox at least occasionally, Trump gets some of his detail and speech ideas from a couple of their shows. Similarly, it is helpful to peruse the current rants available on Infowars and talk radio, you will be able to identify some of the crazy rhetoric that you hear from regular people. Trump clearly likes Alex Jones brand of "news" reporting.
It is difficult but helpful to do a quick read of the compiled and unsourced propaganda on Breitbart.
I also don't watch TV.
I do download and access all manner of content including right wing media. You have to be careful though, some of those conservative websites light my spamware and malware software up like it's 4th of July.
Ok. I had previously looked at Infowars, but went back & looked over it again. It makes my brain hurt. The idea that there are people that believe that drivel is frightening to me.
Never had looked at Breitbart, so gave that a look as well. Scary in a different way. The articles are one thing- I suppose most non-liberals would think about Huffpost what I think about Breitbart. But the comments at the end of the articles!! People are genuinely brainwashed & unhinged! It's like a cult or something. Geez.
I haven't managed to watch fox- don't know if I can stomach it. They play way too many clips of trump talking & I avoid that like the plague- his voice make me queasy. Maybe I'll read them online...
But, I guess my question is answered, even if I don't like the answer, I'd rather be armed with the facts!