By Hans von Spakovsky~
Glenn Kessler, the so-called “fact checker” at The Washington Post, this week called out Vice President Mike Pence’s answer to an interview question about election fraud. But it’s Kessler, not Pence, who deserves four “Pinocchios” for many of the misleading claims he makes about it in his column.
Vice President Mike Pence, seen here at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine on July 27 in Miami, was unfairly branded by The Washington Post’s “fact checker” this week as lying about voter fraud. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Pence said: “Make no mistake about it. The reality of voter fraud is undeniable. We’ve seen case after case around the country where there have been prosecutions.”
Kessler concentrates on a case in Indiana that the vice president—a former governor of that state—mentioned in passing, and the dispute is over the timing and exact details.
View original post 1,097 more words