Truth Be Told

A new concept arrives on network TV

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New York, NY: In its inaugural broadcast, Real News Network introduced itself to a stunned audience last night. The show’s anchor, Pierce Snikidy, outlined the station’s mandate to fact-check everything ever said publicly. Without further fanfare, the network launched into a dizzying array of hard numbers and political missteps in three parts.

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