Accuracy in Media

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1. Jonathan Gruber

Lies, lies and more lies. He called the American voters “stupid” for believing his lies about ObamaCare’s costs, and ended up having to testify on Capitol Hill to defend his demeaning and arrogant remarks. The worst part was that he made such comments on multiple occasions, and was unapologetic until the videos were discovered and made public.


2. Al Sharpton

The race-baiting MSNBC host helped create the myth of how America’s police officers hate young black males, starting with Ferguson and ending with the murder of two NYPD police officers who weren’t white cops.

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3. Bill de Blasio

From trying to ban the iconic New York City horse carriage rides to not backing his own city’s police force, de Blasio has lost the trust of his constituents. The New York Police Department (NYPD) blasted de Blasio for standing with protesters and not backing law enforcement, especially after a lone gunman shot and killed two NYPD officers execution style. Officers refused to face de Blasio as he gave remarks at one of the funerals.

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4. Incumbent Democrats in 2014 Midterms

Mary Landrieu. Mark Pryor. These are some of the names of incumbent Democratic senators that lost re-election in the 2014 midterms, giving the Republicans the majority in both the House and Senate.

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5. Rolling Stones writer Sabrina Erdely

Her story about a fraternity’s gang rape of a woman on the campus of the University of Virginia made headlines, but when put under a microscope, the story was exposed as a farce and was retracted.

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6. Wendy Davis

The so-called “Abortion Barbie” and pink tennis shoe-wearing Texas state lawmaker flopped in spectacular fashion in her bid to become the next Texas governor. Her campaign mocked her opponent, the handicapped Henry Abbott, and made a series of missteps that doomed her campaign from the start.

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7. Sandra Fluke

The Left’s symbol for free birth control flopped in her run in the California state senate as a Democratic candidate. She rose to short-lived fame after being criticized by conservative talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh.

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