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New Documents Confirm Pilgrims, Indians Argued About Politics Over Thanksgiving Dinner

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Brought to you by  U.S.—New documents recently uncovered by Smithsonian historians confirmed that the group of pilgrims and Indians who gathered for the first Thanksgiving argued vehemently about politics throughout the course of the meal. The newly discovered journal seems to indicate that just after giving thanks for the meal, one Pilgrim from England drank […]

 

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Brought to you by* U.S.—New documents recently uncovered by Smithsonian historians confirmed that the group of pilgrims and Indians who gathered for the first Thanksgiving argued vehemently about politics throughout the course of the meal. The newly discovered journal seems to indicate that just after giving thanks for the meal, one Pilgrim from England drank

 

This news source as well as the messenger should be considered hostile to good journalism practices.

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This news source as well as the messenger should be considered hostile to good journalism practices.

 

Hi Librarian, please take note of the particular board that this thread is posted on :RpS_smile:

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Hi Librarian, please take note of the particular board that this thread is posted on :RpS_smile:

 

It looks like some sort of robot news service. which spreads gossip with no ability to screen the credibility of it's sources.

But I'm just guessing. If true, then it's quite evil, in my opinion.

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It looks like some sort of robot news service. which spreads gossip with no ability to screen the credibility of it's sources.

But I'm just guessing. If true, then it's quite evil, in my opinion.

 

This is the "Christian Satire" board, and Babylonian Bee, where this article originates, is great at creating intentional "fake news", normally, just for fun.

 

 

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This is the "Christian Satire" board, and Babylonian Bee, where this article originates, is great at creating intentional "fake news", normally, just for fun.

 

 

A forum almost as liberal as me. Stunning.

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