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Fox News Anchors Ignore Warning From Brass After Being Told That Online Polls Had Been Freeped By Bots

Yesterday afternoon it was revealed that tens of thousands of alt-right Trump supporters had successfully freeped over 70 post-debate online polls with bots and other techniques. That news apparently prompted a warning to Fox News’ on-air personalities. Via Business Insider: A Fox News executive sent a memo Tuesday afternoon reminding television producers and the politics.
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