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Media outlets lately have been plagued with major errors requiring extensive corrections.
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Multiple mainstream media outlets have recently been forced to issue major corrections to bombshell reports, such as the Washington Post having to significantly change a story about a phone call Trump made to a top Georgia official last year.
Critics of legacy media outlets claim that those outlets are often reckless in reporting false and/or unverifiable allegations, with conservatives alleging that such errors are often the result of progressive bias on the part of liberal journalists.
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News, not Noise
- Mike Pence: 'There were irregularities' in 2020 election, feels he made right decision Jan. 6
- Dying COVID-19 patient recovers after court orders ivermectin treatment
- Georgia sues Biden DOJ for evidence of ‘colluding or conspiring’ with outsiders to fight voter law
- Biden legal defeats rapidly piling up across the nation on broad array of policy fronts
- Head of Wisconsin election probe accuses two big-city mayors of cover-up, stonewalling