Wait, what? Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland.
Some of the numbers being slung around by the prognosticators at Politico strain credulity, to put it mildly.
What the hell, Politico? Your "coverage" of the Utah House victory for the Democratic candidate, Ben MacAdams? Made it all about who lost. Mia Love is not the story here. #Fail
Example #243,987,113 of how the media is actively hurting the national dialog with their disingenuous attempt to be balanced.
This account by Politico reporter Kyle Cheney is reflective of our times, and also scary.
Columnist Michael Wolff and Politico reporter Roger Simon
If praising Breitbart is how Allen starts his new venture, expect it to be just as terrible.
Can you imagine any news outlet covering a male candidate this way?
At a panel sponsored by POLITICO to "clear the air" about media coverage, Sean Spicer made a false statement about Hillary Clinton's email server. It went unchallenged.
Sean Spicer intentionally misled an audience of journalists about the Russian hacks, blaming it on Hillary Clinton's Email Server
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