WashPost Grossed Out at Exposing Top Priest Using Grindr Gay Sex App
July 25th, 2021 9:36 PM
Washington Post religion reporter Michelle Boorstein offered a tart tweet: “A Catholic newsletter promised investigative journalism. Then they outed a priest using Grindr data.” Clearly, they’re implying one is journalism, and one is not. The website is called The Pillar, and it's too conservative for the Post.
WashPost Rips Trump a New One Three Times at Bush Funeral
December 6th, 2018 7:07 AM
The Washington Post loves to present President Trump as boisterously snide...and quite obviously, they can't imagine anyone would apply that description to them. On Wednesday night, the Post website was boasting at least three articles ripping into Trump's behavior at the funeral, or his bad optics. This isn't a "newspaper." It's an Insult Aggregator.
WashPost Drops 30 'Conservative' Labels on Catholic Media vs. Francis
August 30th, 2018 11:49 PM
The Washington Post followed the example of The New York Times with a Thursday article that played up the role of conservative Catholics in the release of a former Vatican diplomat's recent "testimony" against Pope Francis. Michelle Boorstein emphasized that "conservative Catholic media outlets have become power players by conveying the anti-Francis point of view." She…
WashPost Shills for Tim Kaine as a 'Pope Francis Catholic'
July 24th, 2016 7:55 AM
The Washington Post demonstrated its tendency to act as Democratic advertising in an article headlined “‘A Pope Francis Catholic’: Now that Tim Kaine is Clinton’s VP pick, will his faith matter?” How can a legislator with a 100-percent score with abortion advocates and LGBT czars be a “Pope Francis Catholic”? He's as Catholic as the Pope? The Post…
WashPost: Evangelicals Left to Vote for Abortion or Racism in November
June 29th, 2016 3:25 PM
Writing on A6 of Tuesday’s Washington Post, religion writer Michelle Boorstein opined that conservative, evangelical voters will have quite the dilemma on their hands this November as they will have to decide whether abortion or racism “is a worse sin” in choosing Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
WashPost Uses Gay Advocate/Priest to Nudge Pope to 'Reform' Church
February 7th, 2016 8:17 AM
When The Washington Post took up publicizing a priest coming out of the closet as gay – in Chicago – it strangely put it on the front of the Metro section on Monday. You can be sure someone wanted that on the front of the whole paper.
The headline was a quote: “I’m gay and I’m a priest, period.” The subhead was “Catholic clergy grapple with whether to…
WashPost Mourns: 'Non-Theistic' D.C. Episcopal Dean Calls It Quits
August 19th, 2015 7:16 AM
Very liberal “Very Rev.” Gary Hall is stepping down at the end of the year as dean of the Washington National Cathedral, reported Washington Post religion reporter Michelle Boorstein. “Vocal cathedral dean stepping down” was the headline in Wednesday’s paper.
Boorstein began by calling Hall a “fierce progressive” – which made the Episcopal leader a…
Anti-Catholic WashPost Amused by Child Sex Abuse...at the Movies
August 14th, 2015 4:30 PM
While Chris Cuomo worried out loud on Friday about The New York Times questioning an excessive focus on the religion inspiring ISIS when they resort to rape, the same concern about stereotypes didn’t come up pseudo-Catholic Cuomo for the Catholic-bashing front of The Washington Post. In “Pope urged to address clergy sex abuse in visit,” religion…
WashPost Praises Pope Francis on Leaked Climate Change Encyclical
June 16th, 2015 4:33 PM
Liberal media outlets have attacked Pope Francis for being “tone-deaf” when they disagreed with his views, but now that he’s hawking climate alarmism they’ve begun fawning.
The Washington Post front-page praised the Pope on June 15, and suggested he could impact environmental policy through his “highly anticipated” letter to Catholic bishops about…
WashPost: Reform Jews Demote God to 'Beloved Friend' and 'Partner'
March 15th, 2015 8:41 AM
Washington Post religion reporter Michelle Boorstein relayed on Saturday that Reform Judaism is revising their prayer book, and there are some doozy additions. They are the "vanguard" of American religion. The Post pulled out this shocker: "My LORD is not a shepherd and I am not his sheep, No monarch greedy for my praise is worthy of my prayers."
One Post headline was “…
WashPost Buries Large March of 'Abortion Opponents'
January 23rd, 2015 10:06 AM
On December 28 and 29, The Washington Post highlighted a tiny rally of leftists opposing the name of the Washington Redskins – on the front page of the Metro section twice – both before and after the march, which turned out only about 100 activists.
On Friday, after the March for Life brought tens of thousands of pro-life activists to Capitol Hill, the Post buried it on A-6. The…
Genuflecting To Obama: WashPost Sees 'Only Positive' Results, 'Huge Po
March 21st, 2014 8:42 AM
The meeting next week between President Obama and Pope Francis is a meeting of a moderate and a leftist, reports The Washington Post. Obama’s the moderate. But it has “huge potential” for “two world figures” to forge a mind-meld on “social justice.”
Washington Post religion reporter Michelle Boorstein’s article is transparently, thoroughly a…
WashPost Boosts Homosexual's Activism Against Catholic Priest Who Deni
February 21st, 2014 6:10 PM
On Friday, the Washington Post predictably depicted a Catholic hospital chaplain as the aggressor, after the priest denied an ailing, openly-homosexual patient Communion and the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. The liberal newspaper's Metro-section report on the controversy came less than a week after the section's former editor blasted a Virginia Catholic priest for dissolving…
WashPost Gets It Wrong: Slams Pope Benedict as 'Far Less Accessible' t
November 27th, 2013 7:52 AM
The Washington Post offered a balance of experts in their story on the new apostolic exhortation published by Pope Francis -- including Ed Morrissey of Hot Air -- even as they were impressed at how Francis used “trickle-down” like a liberal Democrat. The “direct reference to 'trickle-down' economics in the English translation of his statement is striking,”…