The Washington Post had to perform a fact check of its own fact check on Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test and the reaction to it, giving their original fact-check three Pinocchios for inaccuracy:
— Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) October 18, 2018
The Post said the original fact-check relied too much on the… media. No, seriously:
"We should have not relied on media reporting before tweeting." https://t.co/2xAeUmOOuy
— Darin Lloyd (@db_lloyd) October 18, 2018
Yep, that most recent fact-check really contains that sentence:
This quote from this Fact Checker conclusion should be chiseled into the side of the Newseum:
"We should have not relied on media reporting before tweeting." https://t.co/cso8Dryjy4
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) October 18, 2018
— Hubert Cumberdale (@arsobscura) October 18, 2018
"We should have not relied on media reporting"
Ha! Even the @washingtonpost admits you can't trust the media.
— Chris S (@CandK14) October 18, 2018
Ha! Hey look, Trump’s been vindicated for hammering media untrustworthiness, and by the Washington Post no less.