hi Aaron, as a reader, could you ask Congressman Grayson to fact check lying about pushing journalists out of the way while pushing journalists out of the way?— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) February 1, 2018
At a time when the credibility of journalism is under attack, @PolitiFact is supposed to help us understand true from false. @AlanGrayson who shoved a reporter for uncovering years of police reports of alleged domestic abuse has no place in such a role. https://t.co/1WN6TYQrPR— Josh Wolf (@_joshwolf) February 1, 2018
We sought out a Democrat and Republican to critique our work in order to try to improve the trust and credibility in fact-checking and PolitiFact. It has become clear our choice of Alan Grayson did not meet that threshold to many. pic.twitter.com/uJuoHhiObI— PolitiFact (@PolitiFact) February 1, 2018
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