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It is an all-out Friday Document Dump™ episode this time around, with a bevy of items from across the media spectrum.
As to be expected, the flare-up over the abortion news out of the Supreme Court has the press in a state of distemper. I’ll cover Brian Stelter getting the facts wrong in order to call conservatives liars, The Denver Post going into full pro-abortion lobbying, and the Washington Post delivering a sympathetic profile that essentially defies common sense.
Also, the New York Times has had a tough week of it, business outlet CNBC is confused as to why businesses are not entering the abortion arena, we have the White House press office becoming a correspondents’ desk for a network, and then some fact-check follies to round out the week.
Pop open a can, and enjoy a round of media mockery!
- Brian Stelter calls out Laura Ingraham while getting the facts wrong.
- The Denver Post abdicates all journalism ethics in order to cheer for abortion.
- Washington Post has a sympathetic profile of a young woman after two abortions.
- Yamiche Alcindor has the Breaking News: Pregnancies can lead to childbirth.
- CNBC cannot seem to understand why companies are not too excited to enter the abortion debate.
- New York Times makes an attempted hit on Elon Musk.
- The Times is shown stealth-editing the article that failed to prove Elon Musk is racist.
- Time writer John Eligon does not understand how corrections work.
- The Times focuses on the wrong parts of the financial ledger sheet.
- PolitiFact reedits Sean Hannity quotes in order to reframe his meaning.
- Christina Pushaw shows how the fact-checkers operate behind the scenes.
- PolitiFact piece that states DeSantis was incorrect in referencing their own outlet.
- The connection between the White House and MSNBC.