PolitiFact ‘fact-checks’ Donald Trump’s highly anticipated ‘Fake News Awards’

The day we’ve all been waiting for has arrived. President Trump revealed his choices for the first annual “Fake News Awards” and many “fact-checking” news sites, including the blatantly biased PolitiFact, were quick to derail the issues at the heart of the awards by “fact-checking” what Americans already know: the mainstream media is unapologetically biased.

According to PolitiFact,

The list of ‘fake news’ winners released by President Donald Trump and the Republican Party on Thursday is mainly a tally of reported mistakes about the president and his administration.

Many of the offending journalists and organizations had already acknowledged and corrected their errors. In some cases, there were disciplinary actions.

But the internet was unforgiving and relentless after the list was released.

The Washington Post chimed in as well saying, “News organizations operate in a competitive arena and mistakes are bound to be made. The key test is whether an error is acknowledged and corrected.” The Post also iterated how the president has made over 2,000 false statements without ever apologizing or issuing a correction.

It’s not that Americans don’t love great journalism, it’s that they don’t accept what’s being fed to them by organizations with agendas hostile toward conservative values.

Click here to read PolitiFact’s rebuttal.

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