New York Times writer calls out Rep. Crenshaw, deletes post after proven wrong

Fact checking isn’t all that difficult, especially when what you’re debating is a government document because, you know, the government has records.

Apparently, that was proved too difficult for a New York Times writer before he fired off a snarky criticizing Rep. Dan Crenshaw Tuesday.

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Crenshaw promptly responded correcting the writer, who supposedly deals with facts.

After being corrected for his massive fail, Wajahat Ali deleted the erroneous tweet. Later he owned up to his loss and apologized.

Fact checking, it should be that difficult for a writer at the “paper of record.”

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