I would like to respond to this, now that I'm not in such a hurry. And again, my apologies for the earlier confusion.
For a show like the Real World, we all mostly have the same info to go on, because the behind the scenes info is limited. Even if we get some behind-the-scenes info, we can't really be sure how much of it is accurate (I'm not sure I trust Starcasm to be a fount of accuracy).
But, with BB, we have a whole intermediate set of info between the show and Starcasm - which are the live feeds. And these feeds are publicly available (well, they're behind a subscription wall, but still). Which means that there is a lot of publicly available information that is accurate and that doesn't make the live show.
Of course, there is hidden information that could provide additional context to what we see on the feeds (because they switch cameras or cut to fish when they don't want us to hear something). So, the info that comes from the live feeds isn't the end-all-be-all of the discussion. But it is a significant part of the discussion of what is happening in the house.
Some people choose not to look at the live feed info. So be it. But people who do this are simply operating from a smaller pool of information than people who look at live feed info.
For some things, who cares? There's probably viewpoints in this thread about gameplay that are obsolete already because of what's happened on the live feeds so far. All that will be corrected in the next episode (probably).
No biggie. But, for something like racial issues, the non-feed watchers should step back and acknowledge that they are operating from incomplete information. And that lack of information is probably not going to be corrected in the live show, because of the way BB tackles racial issues on the show. And particularly since BB has a history of hiding racial issues from the broadcast show, it's quite likely that show-only watchers will have a very inaccurate picture of the racial issues in the house.
For example, in BB15, there were multiple people being racist jerks, but we really only got a picture of Aaryn's behavior. There have been other seasons where people have said explicitly racist things (like calling a Latino a "beaner" or making disparaging comments about Jews) and those things didn't make the broadcast show.
Given that history, I just think non-feed watchers have an extremely skewed and sanitized version of events when it comes to racial issues in the house.