Tucker Carlson interviews Congressman Mark Pocan about Russian interference in the 2016 election.

By KC Dennison
04/12/2017 • 12:00 AM EST

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: straw mansee definition - misrepresenting an opponent's position or argument to make it easier to attack, usually by exaggerating, distorting, or just completely fabricating it.
: While Pocan is alleging Russian interference in the election, he's not alleging Russian interference altered the outcome of the election.
: straw mansee definition - misrepresenting an opponent's position or argument to make it easier to attack, usually by exaggerating, distorting, or just completely fabricating it.
: While Pocan is alleging Russians interfered in the 2016 election, he's not alleging that Russian interference was successful in changing the outcome of the election.
: half truthsee definition - a statement that is essentially true, but lacking critical information and presented as the whole truth.
: Carlson cites only the meeting where Sessions met with Kislyak at a public event sponsored by the State Dept.[1], not mentioning the meeting where Sessions met with Kislyak privately.[2]
: false claimsee definition - a statement that is directly contradicted by fact and can be easily proven untrue.
: There is almost no evidence of voter fraud [4], while voter ID laws prevent more legitimate votes from being cast than fraudulent votes.[5]
: misleading claimsee definition - a statement with a few elements or kernel of truth, which can easily be proven deceptive or fundamentally untrue.
: In Detroit in 2016, anomalies in voting were attributed to human error by poll workers, not voter fraud.[6]

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References
4. "The Myth of Voter Fraud". Brennan Center for Justice. Published: July 20, 2018.

5. "Do voter identification laws suppress minority voting? Yes. We did the research.". The Washington Post. Published: February 15, 2017.

6. "State audit: No evidence of fraud in Detroit vote". Detroit Free Press. Published: February 09, 2017.