ABC News’ Dr. Reja quotes one of the five authors of a study to directly contradict a central premise of the study, doesn’t explain that the study says otherwise

Study clearly says there is no proven connection between Tweet hashtags and actual in-person violence, but Dr. Reja quotes a study author to say the exact opposite.

Study has obvious methodological flaws, Reja gives unbalanced one-sided view validating the study and not identifying its many problems

OUR RATING: Journalistic Malpractice. Even Salon.com is ashamed.

Indicted Outlet: Dr. Mishal Reja | ABC News | Link | Archive | 3/18/21

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ABC News’ Dr. Reja quotes one of the five authors of a study to directly contradict a central premise of the study, doesn’t explain that the study says otherwise Study clearly says there is no proven connection between Tweet hashtags and actual in-person violence, but Dr. Reja quotes a study author to say the exact opposite. Study has obvious methodological flaws, Reja gives unbalanced one-sided view validating the study and not identifying its many problems OUR RATING: Journalistic Malpractice. Even Salon.com is ashamed. Indicted Outlet: Dr. Mishal Reja | ABC News | Link | Archive | 3/18/21 https://tgpfactcheck.com/abc-news-dr-mishal-reja-misquotes-study-says-opposite-of-study-to-advance-left-wing-agenda/
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