The “corrections” section in the New York Times can at time carry some very telling gems, and this is one of those occasions:
"An article this weekend on Page 34 about President Trump’s potential legal liabilities misstates the given name of a former secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Obama. He is Julián Castro, not Raúl."
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) November 23, 2020
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) November 23, 2020
No need for fact-checkers when you can just run corrections.
— Alex Kaufmann (@alexkaufmann) November 23, 2020
How in God's name did that make it past the editors?
— Chrissy Hitchens (@NewsyGirl05) November 23, 2020
Layers and layers of fact-checkers!