not up to their normal standards, it lacks the normal facts and simply gives a rating without saying what the real numbers are, or their interviews with subject of the rating. I rate their review false, because they gave no facts.
The journalism was enterprising, but the conclusions and categorization that PolitiFact placed upon them showed their occasional strong republican bias again. PF equates "tried to kick off 180,000" with - sent 180,00 names - which moveon did not say. Rick Scott would probably be trying to remove 800,000 democrats from the rolls if he could find a pretext. There is no statistically significant voter fraud, other than in repugnant propaganda. The writeup uses the repugnantcon term "liberal" as an adjective for MoveOn as though it was a demonization word as in the jargon of right wingers. Their strong categorization of the statements was as a lie, but the essence was true or partially true.
Politifact here tarnishes what could be useful investigation.
Although MoveOn occasionally gets its ratings wrong and dents its credibility, this article, critical of MoveOn’s facts, merely reiterates a couple of popular right wing talking points as real data. But which are not supported by hard journalism. One can only speculate why PolitiFact is so far off in right field but don’t waste your time. Just like this excellent example of bad journalism: a waste of time.