Well this is interesting. BuzzFeed News reported new details last night regarding the Wall Street Journal’s report on Ben Carson and a fake psychology at Yale that seem to back up Carson’s recollection of the event.

According to the staffer at the satirical paper behind the hoax test contacted by BuzzFeed, he’s “99% certain the way Carson remembers it is correct”:

So in one business day, BuzzFeed was able to fact-check Carson’s version of a story that the Wall Street Journal said didn’t happen? Wow.

Some excerpts:

Although the staffer can’t be 100% sure Carson was indeed at the test, but everything else pretty much fits:

Carson is furious and reiterated his demand for an apology:

Carson’s right. Time for the WSJ to apologize.

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