“Nonsensical and misleading.”
Full fact-checker employment act.
“The driver attempted to leave the accident but was stopped by the reporter.”
“You’re perfectly entitled to your own opinions — not your own facts.”
Cotton: “It’s a done deal.”
When the quotes are wrong but not the facts
“This was a mistake…”
Are Pinocchios the point?
“…it’s difficult to tell from the visual evidence whether the three Democrats sat down earlier than others or did not rise a second time.”
Also: Four Pinocchios for Maxine Waters on “ridiculous” attack on DeVos.
Er … good news?
Four Pinocchios, and a boatload of shame.
Sins of omission.
He never had accurate relations with Comey’s statement, in other words.
“What resulted Friday were still more mischaracterizations.”
Reason provides the Email Scandal Supercut.
“Misstated key facts.”
That’s all, folks!
Women earned 38% less than men …. where?
Plus, two Pinocchios from the WaPo.
Let slip the dogs of bans.
What difference does it make?
“This is clearly a case of winning ugly.”
Missing the Clintonian forest for the trees?
You have an Opinion section. Use it.
Math is hard.
Four Pinocchios on taking credit for climate-change movement.
“The circus is back in town.”
Forest, trees … engage active avoidance.
All the news that’s fit to ignore.
Another one for the Grubes.
Taking him to school(house rock).
“That is literally what he is doing today.”
Did HHS intentionally use Gruber to fake out CBO?
“This ad is beyond the pale.”
Shocking, I know