Alisyn Camerota hit it out of the park once again with exposing the level to which she is blatantly misinformed or, at worst, being deliberately misleading to her viewers.

Not to be deterred by her last screw up, in which she accused Sen. Marco Rubio (R – Fla.) of not following through on his promise to propose and support gun safety legislation for which she had to apologize, Camerota attempted to say Sen. Orrin Hatch (R – Utah) didn’t know how Facebook makes their money.

This is clearly not true to anyone who has seen the two-minute exchange leading up to the rhetorical question Hatch asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during his hearing on Capitol Hill.

At least this time, Sen. Ron Johnson (R – Wisc.) was there to correct Camerota on her clear lying misinformation about what actually happened.

The exchange on CNN’s New Day this morning prompted Sen. Hatch to respond on Twitter with appreciation for his fellow senator not letting Camerota’s attempt at mocking Hatch with a lie go uncorrected.

Hatch followed it up with a tweet thanking other journalists for getting the story correct.

It really is absolutely ridiculous and unnecessary that someone with Camerota’s experience would go down this track. I know it’s CNN, but at the same time…it’s CNN. Do better.