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Congratulations #NBC News: The Stupidest Tweet in Media History

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This morning in The Federalist:

…That brings me to the broader issue of this alleged “fact-checking” the media feels impelled to engage in during debates. Most of the pushback from moderators last night was arguable assertions or half-truths, and Trump was often debating 3-on-1, as he correctly asserted.

MOLLIE: Oh man, speaking of “fact checkers” you have got to see this.

It’s real, not a parody of fact checking. Totally real. Not photoshpped.

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DAVID: Seriously, they’ve lost their minds. There are exceptions, yet so many journalists have been consumed by anti-Trump sentiment that they’ve lost any sense of professionalism — or, more precisely, Trump has given them an excuse to stopliberal-huh pretending. The moderators were hardly any better.

[Read the full story here, at thefederalist.com]

MOLLIE: They were both disasters. Cooper started poorly, visibly displaying anger, constantly interrupting Trump. He kept saying, in playground style, “Please let her talk. She let you talk.” Or something like that. This is just a strategically unwise move, as it seems petty and juvenile.

Raddatz started fine, because she was mostly silent, and got off a few good questions to each candidate, but then she just lost it. A common criticism of moderators is that they think they’re debating the candidates. But in last night’s debate, Raddatz seemed to forget that she wasn’t a candidate herself. The moment where she began debating Trump on foreign policy was epicly awful.

Raddatz, a friend of Obama’s, was also awful during the 2012 vice presidential debate. It’s odd that she was allowed anywhere near a debate stage.

Journalists are the least qualified and least trusted group in America to “moderate” debates. Either hire actual debate moderators — and there are professional debate moderators available for this — or just lose the moderators altogether…(read more)

Here’s the tweet:

Source: thefederalist.com – 5 Quick Takeaways From The Second Presidential Debate

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