As Twitchy told you earlier, blue checkmarks were falling over themselves to bust Sean Hannity for encouraging Robert Mueller’s witnesses to destroy their phones. Too bad the full context of Hannity’s remarks proved that Hannity was joking to make a point about Hillary Clinton destroying her phone. But to outlets like MSNBC and the Washington Post, that just doesn’t matter. And if it doesn’t matter to them, it sure as hell doesn’t matter to Media Matters.

The Washington Free Beacon’s Alex Griswold called out MMFA earlier today for blatantly mischaracterizing Hannity’s remarks:

Oh, yes. Totally just coincidence.

Yeah … no. If anyone here is using “cheap points to score,” it’s Media Matters.

It’s pretty clear to anyone who doesn’t have their head buried in the sand that Media Matters pulled some shady crap with their Hannity coverage.

But Media Matters’ president Angelo Carusone bristled at the mere suggestion that his organization would do anything less than completely above-board and professional:

Some people just hate being called out on their B.S.

Editorial standards at MMFA? That’s being awful generous … but we get Griswold’s point.

Speaking of which, give his Free Beacon piece a read: