Re: The Daily Mail ban
Posted: Sat Aug 25, 2018 9:07 pm
And if you doubted it, no, Macon sees no difference between his stance on the SPLC and the Mail......
The chickens are well and truly coming home to roost. It really doesn't pay to encourage the likes of Macon into thinking what he does when he's off on one of his missions, as he was with the Mail ban, has community support. One day, he will end up shitting in your slippers. Today is that day for anyone hoping to defend the reliability of the SPLC. And Jimmy Wales. Should have disowned him when they had the chance.Care for a list of times when The Daily Mail or infowars met your "'wrong' even in some things, is not 'wrong' in all things' criteria?" Even the worst sources are often right. The SPLC is wrong often enough to no longer be considered a reliable source for labeling people as extremists. If they really are extremists, we should be able to find other sources -- sources that have a track record of fact checking, that give sources for their claims, and that print retractions when it becomes blindingly obvious that they got something wrong. --Guy Macon (talk) 17:26, 25 August 2018 (UTC)