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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Proving the Washington Post lied

"Democracy Dies in Darkness" is not the motto of the Washington Post because that is its plan.

The Fake News paper today smeared President Trump today with a headline that did not match the story.

In January, President Trump fired Obama appointee Sally Yates for insubordination and failure to carry out a legal order.

Marxists made her a heroine on the order of Rasmea Yousef Odeh, a Palestinian terrorist who led an anti-Trump march.

Yates asked the House Intelligence Committee to let her testify that President Trump is a Russian agent, or some such conspiratorial nonsense.

The committee said sure, get permission from the White House.

The meeting was set for this week. On Monday, though, Chairman Devin Nunes canceled all meetings this week as relations are strain by his Democratic counterpart, Adam Schiff, accusing him ostensibly of being a spy for President Trump.

These are the kind of shenanigans one can expect from the Democratic Party, which still refuses to accept the will of the people on November 8 -- when Trump won the most states by anyone in 20 years.

The Washington Post ran Fake News today headlined:
Trump administration sought to block Sally Yates from testifying to Congress on Russia
It offered as proof three letters.

None of them were from the White House. In fact, buried in the Fake News story was this:
During a briefing Tuesday, White House spokesman Sean Spicer denied that the White House sought to hinder Yates’s testimony. “I hope she testifies, I look forward to it,’’ he said. “To suggest in any way, shape or form that we stood in the way of that is 100 percent false.’’
What does this mean?

Fake News relies on incurious readers. They look at the headline. They see a link to letters. They think gotcha, especially if they are dupes who voted for Hillary.

I support a free press.

When do we get one?

I tire of their darkness.

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  1. You are tired, I am tired and your readers are tired. But liberals ain't no way taaaahred.

  2. Washington Post and CNN in a sprint for the fake news gold medal.

    The link may say this (and who reads the link) -

    The story headline says this "Woman arrested three times as she tries to see President Trump".

    Nothing about jumping the fence!!

  3. “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

    Joseph Goebbels

    1. Joe was right. Also today the lie is the pathway to profit in a failing industry.

  4. “Journalism is about covering important stories. With a pillow. Until they stop moving.” - Iowahawk

    Iowahawk! Iowahawk! Come back! - Elric

  5. If all the Fake News readers look at is the headline, then they neither buy the hard copy nor subscribe past the paywall.

    Which is why Fake News is also becoming Busted Ass News.

  6. "Democracy Dies in Darkness" is not the motto of the Washington Post because that is its plan.

    Well the WaPo certainly doesn't intend to murder it in broad daylight.

    -Mikey NTH

  7. WaPo shoots both feet once again.

  8. The Washington Post in the Obama years was the Gene Autry of newspaper journalism.

    I mean, you'd go up to Gene and yell: "Gene, the town's burning down! The bandits have raided the bank! The Indians are on the warpath! All the cattle got foot-and-mouth!" What did Autry do every time, the silly bastard? Climb on his horse, and sing a song.

  9. Now, hold on a minute, pilgrim!

  10. Even if I was so inclined to be a lefty, I'm sure I would be so disappointed by all the lying that I would go over to the other side.

  11. "Yates asked the House Intelligence Committee to let her testify that President Trump is a Russian agent, or some such conspiratorial nonsense."

    Sure, as long as she is sworn in and testifies under oath, and is subject to indictment for possible perjury or obstruction of justice. If she wishes to grandstand, let her also be fully apprised that she could be indicted if she lies and (as I'm sure she well knows) is subject to the loss of both her law license and her government pension if she's convicted of a felony.