To be fair, "Yeesh" is my default reaction to ANY Steve Harvey video...
But yeah, that's pretty crazy yet impressive. I still think it'll be easy enough to tell what's been faked though, even if it takes a little digging. It's just the video equivalent of photoshop, and we have zero trouble identifying fake images. A little fourier transformation analysis, and the fabricated stuff sticks out like a sore thumb.
I don't worry about it from a clinical perspective, because yes it can be found out.. but in today's day and age.. are the masses even bothering to question what they see? If 5 out of 10 people believe it, does it matter that it's blatantly false? Fake news and all that?
Oh, I agree. The general public will struggle with it.
As much as I love Tucker Carlson, the highest rated show on all of cable (not just news), he garners 1.5M viewers. His crusade to expose people/agencies/corporations/pols who don't have our best interests at heart is seen by less than 0.5% of the nation, or roughly one of every 217 people. The masses are already fumbling in the dark.
Not exactly "In the news," but it popped up in my YouTube subs and it's even more relevant today than it was when he said it (despite the widespread propaganda to the contrary):
We give more to the "poor" stateside and around the world than anybody.
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