WashPost Throws a Fit Over Musk’s Pro-Free Speech Changes to Twitter
Writers at the Washington Post are outraged that Elon Musk is making pro-free speech changes to Twitter.
WashPost Buried Non-Binary Killer Angle Beneath 'Hate City' Schtick
The aggressive downplaying of Colorado Springs mass-shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich declaring himself "non-binary" isn’t just contained to TV news. Thursday’s Washington Post managed to Post-pone that information until paragraph 31
WashPost Columnist: ‘Racist’ Team Names Bad But Useful
"Offensive" sports mascots have become a handy club to beat America with. Washington Post columnist Kate Cohen approves of this (she is, after all, a Washington Post columnist). It’s of little import to Cohen or the experts and grievance grifters she quotes that the vast majority of Native Americans don’t have a problem with Indian-related mascots.
WashPost Props Up Fake Meat Company That ‘Vows’ to 'Save the Planet'
First, they wanted us to eat the bugs. That didn’t catch on, so now they want to make our meat in a lab. The Washington Post’s latest climate nonsense fawned over lab-grown meat to save the climate.
WashPost Columnist Warns of ‘Climate Impact’ of ‘Thanksgiving Meal’
As Americans brace for one of the most expensive Thanksgiving celebrations in years due to inflation, one Washington Post columnist lectured families on how to hold a “climate-friendly” feast.
After Midterms, WashPost Finds Trump Took Classified Documents for Ego
A week after the midterm elections, The Washington Post reported something that didn't please their Trump-hating subscribers. It turns leftists were wrong to imply Donald Trump took classified documents to Mar-a-Lago to sell to our enemies. The story by Devlin Barrett and Josh Dawsey was headlined "Investigators see ego, not money, as Trump’s motive on classified papers."
Leftists Blame Everything on So-Called ‘Misinformation’
When in doubt, blame misinformation. That seemed to be leftists and the media's 2022 midterm elections strategy.
WashPost Touts Alleged UVA Shooter Cleaning Up Life Before Massacre
The left-wing Washington Post again flaunted their affinity for evil, murderous people on Monday as they commended the alleged shooter, who killed three people and injured two others at the University of Virginia Sunday night, for overcoming a rough childhood. Prior to sanitizing their headline, writers John Woodrow Cox, William Wan, Ian Shapira, and Cindy Boren lauded 22-year-old…
WashPost: Complaining About Maricopa Vote Delays Is Disinformation
The Washington Post editorial board suggests that complaints about ballot counting delays in Maricopa County could be classified as "disinformation."
Biden’s vs. Trump’s ‘Lies’ — What a Difference an Administration Makes
During Donald Trump’s presidency, The Washington Post kept a running tally of his alleged lies and/or misleading statements. But, when Joe Biden became president, the Post fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, announced an end to the database operation, saying: “Maintaining the Trump database over four years required about 400 additional 8-hour days over four years beyond our regular…
Lib Media Target ‘Election Misinformation’ Before and During Election
The liberal media cranked the propaganda meter up to 100 before and during the midterm elections, warning that Big Tech was acting as a conduit for “election misinformation” and not censoring enough people for pushing “conspiracy theories.”
WashPost Laughably Claims 'Democrats Look to Centrists' on the Trail
The Washington Post published a transparently untrue headline on its front page Monday: "Democrats look to centrists in final hours while GOP amps up its base."
WashPost Whines About Elon’s ‘Trump-Style’ Twitter Firings
You’re fired! That’s not only a famous shout from Donald Trump’s TV celebrity days, it’s a sentence that woke Twitter employees are hearing in increasing numbers as Elon Musk takes over the platform. And The Washington Post is furious.
WashPost, NY Times Throw Lame Hit Pieces at DeSantis in Last Weekend
Gov. Ron DeSantis may be cruising to re-election in Florida, but that doesn't mean the liberal newspapers are letting up. The Washington Post and The New York Times both published hit pieces in the last weekend of the campaign that didn't come close to leaving a bruise.