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Politifact rates spox's prediction about Trump's electoral vote total on election night as 'impossible' (guess why)

Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller has made an electoral vote prediction about tomorrow’s election:


The crack “fact-checkers” at Politifact were all over that claim, and it wouldn’t have been correct no matter what number Miller predicted. Here’s why:

Is that really a “fact check”?

It’s almost impossible to tell the difference on some days.


Politifact had to twist a bit to get there but they managed to turn themselves into a pretzel to rule that prediction as “impossible,” and therefore false.

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