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Paper that brought down Richard Nixon reduced to fact-checking an SNL skit about Obama

By Doug Powers  •  November 24, 2014 05:31 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

I don’t remember a lot of WaPo “fact checks” of SNL skits about Bush or the time Tina Fey said “I can see Russia from my house” that many Dems attributed to Sarah Palin without question for the duration of an election cycle, but mockery about Obama’s executive amnesty has for some reason caused a circling of the wagons:


They left out a couple of biggies: Bills and executive orders aren’t really that big, nor do they contain actual human beings.

The paper that brought down Richard Nixon can once again hang its hat on reporting truth to power. Will Lorne Michaels be called upon to resign in disgrace for this egregious affront to the Constitution? Stay tined!

Tomorrow the WaPo will blow the lid off more SNL scandal: Hanz and Franz might not actually have been very strong.

**Written by Doug Powers

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