'Fact checkers' mainly write briefs in defense of liberalism
Political fact-checkers gain clout, attract criticism in an increasingly partisan ageToo many of those writing these pieces use tendentious arguments in defense of liberals and attacking conservatives. They have become another example of liberal bias in the media. I do not trust them.
The number of fact-checking organizations has tripled around the globe in four years. But the journalistic movement is increasingly under attack.