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BREAKING: Fox News Brass Tries (and Fails) to Stop Hannity from Reporting Fake News

In a memo sent out on Tuesday afternoon, Fox News executive Dana Blanton had to remind the network’s politics team and TV producers that they were not to use unscientific polls in their reporting. She explained in the memo obtained by Business Insider, “As most of the publications themselves clearly state, the sample obviously can't be representative of the electorate because they only reflect the | Read More » The post BREAKING: Fox News Brass Tries (and Fails) to Stop Hannity from Reporting Fake News appeared first on RedState.
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