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'Good stuff, firefighters'! USA Today uses a word other than 'seized' or 'pounced' to spin Elizabeth Warren's pregnancy story

We told you earlier that the memo seems to have gone out in the mainstream media world regarding the ever-evolving narrative about Elizabeth Warren’s pregnancy story that’s been shown to be an untruth. Here’s the USA Today’s in-kind contribution to the Warren campaign:


“Changes in Warren’s account”? Nice journalisming there. And that approach sure sounds familiar:


Every. Single. Time.


“It’s happened to others so it must have happened to Warren” is peak journalism this year.

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