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Posted on 8 February 2018

Supriya Dwivedi on Justin Trudeau’s “Peoplekind” comment being taken out of context for controversy:

“It’s one thing if outlets like Fox News are jumping on the prime minister and have no qualms over misrepresenting a situation in order to advance a false narrative of political correctness gone too far, or if someone like Piers Morgan puts out a column that reads like unhinged hate mail from a 20-something men’s rights activist. But it becomes an entirely different situation when respectable Canadian journalists at reputable Canadian outlets are on board with misrepresenting a situation.”

Agreed. If your model doesn’t allow for a few extra seconds of context when it potentially defuses your story, you may not have a story.

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