By Bryan Fischer
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As she did to me, Jane Mayer of the New Yorker has done another hatchet job on conservatives in one of her lengthy profiles, this time a profile on two writers who have exposed the serious problem of voter fraud in the U.S.
The New Yorker claims that they are the best "fact checkers" in the business, but there were at least 15 errors of fact in the profile she did on me. She knew they were errors, because she received the information directly from me before the story was published.
I found Jane to be a very likeable person, and I enjoyed our lengthy interview, which lasted for several hours over the course of two to three days. She is personable and friendly, but unprofessional and patently biased in her journalistic work.
Hans von Spakovsky illustrates in detail Ms. Mayer's sloppiness and shoddy attention to actual facts in this piece. With every profile she writes, Jane Mayer further shreds what is left of the reputation of the meanstream media.
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