Kevin Roose, The New York Times’ Tech columnist suggested that a handful of articles were “right-wing misinformation,” when in reality they were actually factual articles, according to The Daily Caller.

“Facebook is absolutely teeming with right-wing misinformation right now. These are all among the 10 most-engaged URLs on the platform over the last 24 hours,” Roose tweeted.

Despite claiming these articles were “right-wing misinformation,” all four articles Roose scrutinized, describe factual events.

The first article notes a “technical glitch” as a Republican in Michigan won the race after at first losing.

“This was an isolated mistake that was quickly rectified once realized. Every voter should have complete confidence in our voting system,” City Clerk Tina Barton stated.

The second article Roose claimed to be “right-winged misinformation” was about the Attorney General William Barr authorizing the Department of Justice to investigate voting irregularities, which caused The head of the branch of the Justice Department Richard Pilger to resign.

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The third alleged “right-wing misinformation” described Michigan lawmakers holding an emergency session to look into allegations of irregularities in regards to the 2020 election.

Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue of Georgia said in a joint statement, “The management of Georgia elections has become an embarrassment for our state. Georgians are outraged, and rightly so. We have been clear from the beginning: every legal vote cast should be counted. Any illegal vote must not. And there must be transparency and uniformity in the counting process. This isn’t hard. This isn’t partisan. This is American. We believe when there are failures, they need to be called out — even when it’s in your own party.”

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NBC2 and The Detroit News are among publications to cover this factual report.

Roose’s last claim of misinformation was covered widely by legacy publications and included an official statement from two Republican senators. The Breitbart article Roose screen-shotted declared that “Perdue, Loeffler Call on George Sec of State to Reign over Election.”

Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue of Georgia did do just that, as reported by Politico, CNBC, the NYT, Axois and others.

Roose later added that “some of the most viral stories aren’t strictly false.” However, he stood by his original comments by declaring that “they are feeding a stolen election narrative that is going to be hard to dial back.”

The NYT, where Roose works, spent years peddling stories about the now-debunked theory that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia. Despite a lack of evidence, an April 2020 Harvard-Harris poll found that 53% of Americans still believe the dossier “was real in its findings of Trump colluding with the Russians.”