Is it news that fact-checkers are far from perfect?
Behold, a screen capture from PolitiFact's annotated version of the third presidential debate, hosted at Medium. PolitiFact says you can't see it unless you follow PolitiFact on Medium. If our readers can't see it without following PolitiFact, then maybe they're right (we have our doubts about that, too):
PolitiFact highlights Trump's claim that Clinton wants open borders. By hovering over an asterisk on the sidebar, a window appears showing PolitiFact's comment. PolitiFact says it rated Trump's claim that Clinton wants open borders "False."
Click on the link and you eventually end up on PolitiFact's web page and PolitiFact's fact check of Trump's claim about wanting open borders, where it is rated "Mostly False."
There's no editor's note announcing a change in the rating, so we assume that no issue of timing excuses PolitiFact for falsely reporting its own finding.
PolitiFact. The best of the best. Right?