I'll do my OWN fact checking thank you very much.
I don't need some partisan jackass deigning to shovel their "right-think" at me.
Donald Trump winning the election surprised me, not on election day, I knew the polls were close enough, but I expected him to implode fairly early on.
I note that because I don't get surprised a lot when it comes to politics.
I wasn't surprised when the ACA didn't destroy the healthcare system and result in some sort of NAZI or Socialist dystopia. Nor was I surprised when the proposed GOP alternative failed spectacularly because they'd been making contradictory promised for years.
I wasn't surprised when Obama's birth certificate was legit, or the ground zero mosque didn't turn into some terrorist plot, or the US military didn't invade Texas, 9/11 wasn't shown to be an inside job, or dozens of right wing personalities weren't murdered or imprisoned, or half a dozen other bone-headed "controversies" that didn't pan out.
That doesn't mean I know what's going to happen, it just means that I can differentiate between the real areas of uncertainty and groundless conspiracy theories.
That what I get with the "fact checker" world view, it's not 100% accuracy, it's the ability to avoid big surprises, and if you're reading sources that contradict these fact checkers I think you'd spend a lot of your life being shocked how none of their stories ever seem to pan out.