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Brand Selvia

These protest photos were not staged

Posted Friday, September 4, 2020, at 2:32 PM
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  • Nice sarcasm Brand. But I will say, claiming a bias isn't proper journalism. No one is claiming to have a problem with the peaceful protests, and as for everyone I have discussed the issues we are facing in today's world, no one is claiming a race is superior to any other. No one has racism in their heart. It's simply that people have a difference of opinion when it comes to how people react to situations that happen. But I'm not saying what side of the fence I'm on, because frankly, that's no one's business. I just want to point out that as a journalist, you are supposed to report facts, and remain unbiased. It's not your job to tell people how to think or what you think is right or wrong. It's your job to report on what you encounter. If you want to express your bias on your personal social media accounts, then have at it. Creating blogs on a company website that you happen to work for isn't appropriate, and should be uncalled for. Would you condone it if it were a right-wing, Trump supporter going on here blogging about his/her opinions? I am willing to bet you wouldn't approve.

    -- Posted by momof2ingreencastle on Fri, Sep 4, 2020, at 3:57 PM
  • Bingo momof2!! It seems as thought to be a reoccurring problem with him. I don’t care if he knows who I am or not with my subscription. He’s onboard with all of them. Definitely a biased article. I just want to know that they’re going to replace the worn out spots on the county lawn. If others went up and wore out the grass they’d be responsible. Get a hobby on the weekends, protestors. Do something that will actually make an impact. Heck, save yourselves some time and just get a billboard. That’d save you sooooo much time to deliver the irrelevant message to the community that isn’t racist or brutal from our police. Heck, maybe volunteer at the humane society. That would be more beneficial than holding up stupid signs that nobody reads as they drive by.

    -- Posted by Hmmmmm on Fri, Sep 4, 2020, at 9:26 PM
  • I enjoy reading your blogs

    -- Posted by Raker on Sat, Sep 5, 2020, at 1:02 PM
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    I just want to say that it wasn't me. LOL.

    Don't care about the protestors - other than I wish they would pick better martyrs and stop supporting communists and lies.

    Don't care about social distancing - other than that is my de facto posture, coronavirus or no. (Hot chicks are of course welcome in my personal bubble. LOL)

    -- Posted by dreadpirateroberts on Wed, Sep 9, 2020, at 3:48 PM
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