Yesterday DeSantis press secretary Christina Pushaw shared an email from a “fact-checker” at Politifact asking if she could provide supporting material to back the governor’s recent comment that “almost 60 percent” of student debt is graduate student debt. Pushaw responded this way:

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That reply was in this tweet from Pushaw:

For most normal people, “56 percent” would qualify as “almost 60 percent,” but Pushaw knows what level of hackery she’s dealing with at Politifact and made this prediction about the eventual ruling:

Fast-forward a couple days and guess what happened next:

THERE it is:

Could “fact-checkers” be more predictable? It gets even better:

There’s a lot of that going around lately.

LOL. You can’t make this stuff up.

Politifact’s “priorities” are pretty clear:

And Biden and/or Psaki tell several whoppers every day but they seem to focus more on DeSantis & Trump.

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