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Washington Post Gives Biden Four Pinocchios for False GA Voting Law Narrative: ‘Election Day Hours Were Not Changed’

President Joe Biden advanced a false narrative about Georgia’s new election integrity law, claiming that it reduces voting hours, thereby compromising the ability of working-class Americans to go out and vote. This is a clear falsehood, as the law does not change Election Day hours and actually expands access for early voting, as the establishment media outlet, the Washington Post, pointed out in a fact-check, giving the commander-in-chief Four Pinocchios.

President Joe Biden speaks about the COVID-19 pandemic during a prime-time address from the East Room of the White House, Thursday, March 11, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

WaPo’s Wemple: Chris Cuomo’s ‘Love-a-Thon’ Interviews with NY Gov. Brother ‘a Major Black Eye’ for CNN

Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple said Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” that anchor Chris Cuomo’s “love-a-thon” interviews with his brother Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) during the coronavirus pandemic are “a major black eye” in light of the network now banning interviews between the Cuomo brothers while the governor is facing numerous allegations of sexual misconduct.

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WaPo: Wikipedia Political Pages Are Biased – for Not Citing Enough Women

A Washington Post article published this week criticizes bias in political science articles on Wikipedia. However, rather than attacking the left-wing bias afflicting political articles, the author argues instead the problem is articles not citing enough female authors and academics. The author, Samuel Baltz, boasted of trying to fix this “bias” by expanding coverage of women in political articles, while otherwise celebrating Wikipedia’s “political and ideological neutrality” in its coverage.

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales