Fact Checker Blog media bias rating is Center.

In his Washington Post "Fact Checker" blog, Glenn Kessler rates statements by politicians, usually on a range of one to four Pinocchios--with one Pinocchio for minor shading of the facts and four Pinocchios for outright lies.[16] If the statement is truthful, the person will get a rare “Geppetto.”

Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Kessler_%28journalist%29#Washington_P...

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