If you care about accuracy, you should care that millions of people were misinformed by major networks last week.
CBS News’ ’60 Minutes’ lied about claims from Mike Pompeo, playing a deceptive clip and saying the secretary of state ‘attempted to resurrect a debunked theory that the virus was man-made in China.’
‘Show me that episode and then you will have some credence in terms of attacking the Trump administration for not being prepared.’
Bloomberg explained why he believes America will choose him over Trump this fall by characterizing those who swept Trump into office as unintelligent.
A new poll finds Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) polling at number one among New Hampshire voters in the 2020 Democratic primary field.
Mark Zaid, an attorney representing the government whistleblower, said the network’s claim that the client is under federal protection was untrue.
Joe Biden adopted U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-N.Y.) view of disregarding facts in the name of feelings on Thursday at the Iowa State Fair.
Andrew McCabe’s arrogance resulted in several careless statements that cement his place as a villain in the greatest law enforcement scandal in U.S. history.
Andrew McCabe’s motivation is to put blame on Rod Rosenstein, and excuse actions taken at the FBI by making it seem as if they were small-ball compared to Rosenstein’s at the DOJ.
If Anderson, who made her living touting her sexuality and capitalizing on everything feminism initially promised, thinks this way, feminism really is on a downward spiral.
There should be no drug czar. But that doesn’t make the exposé by ’60 Minutes’ and The Washington Post any less simplistic or misleading.
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