The media loves to fact check, yet it operates almost entirely in a fact-free environment. An environment so fact-free that it is governed entirely by tribal ideology in a darkness into which facts have as little access as light does into a vampire’s coffin.
So Trump’s tweets about the FISA application release have predictably spurred a noxious rash of media fact-checking. Or, as it’s more accurately described, spin.
About the only place to spin the FISA application’s contents is into the blacked out and redacted areas of the application. Because the unredacted areas decisively establish that…
1. The FISA application leaned on the Steele dossier, a Clinton campaign product, and derivatives thereof, like the Yahoo News article produced through media contacts.
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