by K. Walker
The fake “find the fraud” quote was parroted by major media outlets, many of whom said that the quote had been “independently verified.”
How do you verify a quote that is fake? You’d have to be a corporate media journalist to know the answer to that mystery.
The Washington Post has issued a correction on a major story that was driving the news cycle for weeks earlier this year. In an article covering the phone call that President Trump made to a Georgia elections investigator in December, the Washington Post said that Trump had urged her to “find the fraud” and that she would be a “national hero” if she did.
Here is the link to the original WaPo article:
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