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Fox, among many other RW spigots

 
 
Reply Fri 22 Oct, 2021 01:25 am
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As most of us realize, this is all in aid of delegitimizing elections - but only where Republicans lose - and of setting up dynamics that will encourage and justify what we saw on January 6 in future elections. Fox, among many other RW spigots, has been describing the events of that day as either "tourism" or as "patriots bravely trying to save the Constitution". Thus Ashli Babbitt as hero and martyr.

Source: Monitoring Biden and other Contemporary Events

What does "RW spigots" stand for? Does it stand for "Republican (What?) news outlets"?
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right-wing news outlets
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Reply Mon 25 Oct, 2021 07:24 am
@hightor,
Perhaps better spelled 'sbigots'.
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