USA Today Pretends Dems Didn’t Found KKK, Start Civil War (They Did)
Apparently, if you don’t like certain facts, you can just declare them false. That seems to be the thinking behind a USA Today “fact check” pretending that Democrats didn’t start the Civil War and found the KKK. But, they did. In an assertion USA Today rated “false,” the Paper began, “Claim: The Democratic Party started the Civil War to preserve slavery and later the KKK.”The…
PolitiFact Hacks: NO Ruling on Pelosi Saying GOP Murdered George Floyd
How biased are the liberal "fact checkers" at PolitiFact? They threw no "False" flags at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for suggesting Republicans were "trying to get away with murder....the murder of George Floyd." But Pelosi was granted a "Mostly True" for citing polling support for so-called "Dreamers."
USA TODAY 'Fact Check' Covers Up Racist Democrat History of 1964
“Independent fact checkers” can easily be mistaken for Democrats who don’t want you to remember Democrat History. USA Today though a “False” flag at a Facebook meme that the longest filibuster in American history was the Democrats blocking the Civil Rights Act in 1964. "Partly False," cried the newspaper, since it was only southern Democrats who filibustered!
PolitiFact Finds Biden Now Has His Own 'Very Fine People' Misquote
On Tuesday, PolitiFact demonstrated that Joe Biden now has his own "very fine people" misquotation. He never said "Antifa are courageous Americans." But he did misquote Trump on "very fine people" in the same video! And PolitiFact carefully avoided it....then and now.
Column: The 'Fact Checkers' and the Big Lie
The Washington Post is promoting a new election-year tome from the "Fact Checker squad at the Post -- their chief Glenn Kessler and his lieutenants Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly. The title is Donald Trump and His Assault on Truth: The President's Falsehoods, Misleading Claims, and Flat-Out Lies.
PolitiFact Tags Black Conservative as 'Mostly False,' But He's Not
PolitiFact keeps doing “fact checks” against conservatives that acknowledge that they’re using facts, but they’re still False because – well, they don’t like the way those facts are assembled. These factual facts aren’t making the right point. They’re “too narrow.”
AP Cries False on 'Trump vs. Twitter' on Coronavirus Spin
AP's "Fact Check" team obsessively challenges the statements of President Trump, almost to the exclusion of other people in national politics. But are they checking facts, or opinions? On Saturday, they claimed Trump "stretched the facts or shredding them as he tried to make the best of a U.S. death toll surpassing 100,000 from the coronavirus" and other issues. Their "fact check" was actually…