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This is why so many people mock self-righteous media: check the facts, people

The twitter administrator for CBS News was duped by a 2014 photo of a voter named Joe Conroy giving a THUMB DOWN signal behind Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at their polling place.

CBS reported that it happened today, November 6, 2018. And that’s the way it wasn’t.

The Courier-Journal reported on the quirky moment on a day that Mitch McConnell trounced Alison Lundergan Grimes to roll into his sixth term as a U.S. Senator from Kentucky.

Just in case CBS deletes the tweet, here is a screenshot.

UPDATE: CBS did indeed delete the tweet.

As an extension of this concept of media vs. Republicans, take a listen to this radio interview from 6 weeks ago. It’s Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin giving a Republican perspective on the state’s prominent Democrats. Bevin also claims that some Kentucky media outlets “hate” reporting on his administration’s progress. (approx 4 minutes into the interview)

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