Today Americans are lining up to vote in what is without question the most important presidential election this year. That said, while plenty of news outlets are reporting on long lines to vote across the country, it’s probably best to take a skeptical look at any photo before retweeting it.
— John Chandler (@JohnChandlerNBC) November 8, 2016
— Catherine Hawley FOX 13 (@CHawleyFOX13) November 8, 2016
I'm actually in line to vote in 2020
— Jake Vig (@Jake_Vig) November 7, 2016
This much-retweeted photo shows a line to vote so long it stretches all the way to China; that’s crazy.
lines to vote in MI. pic.twitter.com/cdtcVTdEow
— ?? Patricia Rocks Colorado ?? (@Cali4evr2Arcuri) November 8, 2016
This is a photograph from China.
Remember about being wary of anecdotal Twitter data. https://t.co/gLGRckBRNV
— The Nats Won The World Series (@EsotericCD) November 8, 2016
Good advice; now we’re not so sure about these following reports.
live shot of voting line in Wisconsin pic.twitter.com/vrwu1Rr8FH
— CJ Ciaramella (@cjciaramella) November 8, 2016
That’s … amazing. There’s no way Donald Trump doesn’t manage to flip North Carolina with Election Day turnout like that — unless this is some sort of clever scam.