Michelle Malkin told Sean Hannity last night that the New York Times and National Public Radio are doing anything they can to "downplay and pooh-pooh" reports of voter fraud around the country.
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Malkin was referring to a New York Times story this week that pointed out that while "many states have voter registration records riddled with names of dead people, out-of-date addresses and other erroneous information, there is little evidence that such errors lead to fraudulent votes, many experts note." NPR reported that experts think concerns about fraudulent votes are overblown, but that "the issue has become a political flash point, especially in tight elections."
"Also, not a shock, Sean, is the fact that the whitewashers at the New York Times and government subsidized National Public Radio are doing everything they can to downplay and pooh-pooh any of these reports that are cropping up all across the country," Malkin said. "They'd like to bury their heads in the sand."