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rebecca1233

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]Why would you want to check the facts you have learned from the news? You want to stop trusting the journalists because they are not informed. You want to find a way to disprove facts that you do not like to hear. You want to catch the reporters and news organization in a lie. You want to be sure you have received accurate information.

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    and the last choice?

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    Yeah good job.

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