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Why is comcast so far left? I mean really!

Posted by
Frequent Visitor

Member Since: ‎07-20-2007
Posts: 8
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Why is comcast so far left? I mean really!

Comcast news is so far left it's unbelievable. Have you no shame?

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Posted by
Problem Solver

Member Since: ‎07-02-2003
Posts: 6,445
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Re: Why is comcast so far left? I mean really!

You do know which netword they bought, don't you?  That would answer your question.

Posted by
Frequent Visitor

Member Since: ‎07-20-2007
Posts: 8
Message 3 of 5 (1,083 Views)

Lockout....

Why is it when someone questions or points out Comcast's glaring leftist bias, they get locked out? Is that fair or just a plain "ole" dictatorship?

Posted by
Service Expert

Member Since: ‎02-04-2004
Posts: 16,142
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Re: Lockout....

In case people haven't noticed this is the Comcast HELP forum. A place to get help with Comcast and computer issues.

 

Posts such as what you are asking about fall under the category of political leanings, not actual problems that need to be resolved.

 

 

 

 



 


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Official Employee

Member Since: ‎08-11-2011
Posts: 6,908
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Re: Why is comcast so far left? I mean really!


Welcome_to_Post wrote:

You do know which netword they bought, don't you?  That would answer your question.


XFINITY.com publishes content from a variety of sources:

 

Questions or comments regarding a particular article or video should be directed to the news provider (for example, AP, Reuters, CBS News, ABC News, Fox News, etc.) responsible for that story.  If you would like to know which news source provided the article, you can usually find it in the copyright information at the end of the article or in the caption of the video.

 

Feedback regarding home page headlines or other content created by XFINITY.com editors will be forwarded to the editorial team. XFINITY.com is committed to providing accurate and unbiased coverage of all political parties.

 

Since this is a Help & Support forum and not a political forum, I am locking this issue.

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support
Twitter: @XfinityTVJoe