How Does the Nation Cover True the Vote? Poorly

There is this laugher story in the Nation about the True the Vote Summit.  The tone is frustrated and the content is inaccurate.  I won't waste space detailing all the inaccuracies by Bretin Mock.  One is enough.  Mock writes:

Topping it off, former Congressman Artur Davis (yes, that one) had some kind words for the protesters outside the conference. But if there were actual protesters they must have been invisible. The only people gathered outside the conference hotel were a bunch of African-American motorcycle clubs on their bikes, a few of whom told me they had no idea who True the Vote was or that they had a conference going on.

Mock claims the protesters were invisible.  Mock apparently doesn't read Election Law Center or PJ Media.  Bryan Preston at PJ Media has an Invisible Protester Detecting Camera, because he took these photos.  (Don't expect Rick Hasen's election blog to update his post of Mock's story pointing out his inaccuracies.  Inaccuracies aren't important in some places.)

The invisible protesters:

UPDATE: Hasen provides a link for those to learn about the Invisible Protesters for those at his blog who decide to click the link.  Lets hope that's the last time he posts such a demonstrably innacurate article by Bretin Mock.

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