In a fact check about a last night’s debate, NBC is refuting Donald Trump’s claim that Hillary Clinton didn’t literally “acid wash” 33,000 emails, but used an app called “BleachBit.”
The fact check was featured in a post-debate article by NBC titled “Sixteen Fact Checks From the Second Presidential Debate” and reads:
Tabanovce is not the kind of place a traveller would choose to stop on a long journey. The main feature of this small village close to Macedonia’s northern border with Serbia is an unlovely railway siding.
But hundreds of people fleeing conflict have found themselves stuck here for weeks or even months following the official closure of the so-called Balkan route in March.
Modern “food” science, processed food and the chemical medicine industry all thrive on one theory: If something doesn’t make you sick or kill you within 24 hours, then it’s “safe.”
This is simply not true. If you eat some fast food and get deathly sick 48 hours later, from food poisoning, E. coli, Salmonella or artificial hormone overload, it is becoming increasingly difficult to sue a company, corporation or even government entity that is responsible for controlling, manufacturing or regulating the safety of its production. The direct correlation between food-borne and chemical-medicine-borne disease and disorder seems to only boil down to whether or not your insurance covers the catastrophe.