Before we talk about “rollbacks,” let’s talk about walk backs, like the time USA Today let Stacey Abrams go back and stealth-edit her op-ed on Georgia’s voting law after backlash against Major League Baseball moving the All-Star Game out of Atlanta — and taking some several million dollars with it. Now she (and Sen. Raphael Warnock) are saying they never have, and don’t know anybody who has, objected to “having to prove who you are to vote.”

But the media narrative is out there; just look how CNN decided to cherry-pick Georgia for its piece on the state purging 100,000 from its voter rolls — something every state does. People move, people die … so they remove them from the voter roles. But CNN chose to single out Georgia, again as part of the narrative that Republicans are rolling back voter rights. Reuters is right on board:

It’s a lot easier to reprint DNC press releases than it is to report.