Last night, Jon Stewart conceded that his Chris Wallace debate claim that Fox News viewers were the most "consistently misinformed" in "every poll" wasn't entirely accurate. He admitted that after Politifact, the fact-checking operation run by the the St. Petersburg Times, deemed his statement "false" after a dive into media research surveys. But the misstep wasn't going to stop him from making his point: after "deferring to their judgment" and apologizing "for my mistake," he proceeded to list off as many instances he could of Fox News being singled out by Politifact for "false" statements. As you may expect, the screen fills up quickly:
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