That’s the conclusion of Breitbart’s Joel B. Pollack on the NYSlimes and the WaPo, who are piling on President Trump with almost daily criticism:
“In their effort to impugn Trump, the Times and the Post violate the most basic journalistic standards. Publishing parts of a document that you do not possess and cannot verify, and timing the release to cause maximum political damage (right after the president leaves the country), is not investigative journalism. It is political propaganda.”
And, Pollack might have added, their work is splashed across the front pages of innumerable Mediacrat newspapers across the country: Sheep who have always followed the NYSlimes and the Wapo, wagging their tails behind them.
I’m late to the party as usual, but I like BosWash as the name for the northeast region of the country—where all the Democrat voters live—linked at the north and south ends by the two pretentious cities of the term.
It’s only a pity that BosWash was coined in 1967 and so really isn’t an Internet thingie like WaPo. Everything, I decree, should be a spinoff of the Internet. Where, after all, would we be without it? Not here, that’s for sure.
Mittens was a mean and naughty high school student who tormented gays and women? Back in 1965? Well, he is a white male heterosexual, so what can you expect?
This American newspaper journalism is powerful stuff. Thank goodness the WaPo is there in the backfield of the eunuch court media to help get Uncle Barry re-elected, even if he and his Democrat socialist pals have (only temporarily, mind you) screwed up the economy.
So don’t look behind the curtain of this superb piece of reportage (a Pullet Surprise winner if there ever was one) when the naysayers include Romney’s alleged victim. Must be brainwashed, or bought off. Has to be.
And certainly not this major source who claims he was misquoted.
We will not be fooled. Not us. No siree. Forward, into ever-higher unemployment!
UPDATE: The rest of the WaPo’s political hit-piece also seems to be imploding. But it’s only an illusion. Avert your eyes.
The WaPo, one of the Democrat Party’s favoite house organs, goes after the RNC’s new chief Michael Steele, alleging this and that, and pretending it was all "inadvertantly" provided by a U.S. attorney. Sure it was. And when’s the big expose coming on Barry’s tax-cheating administration? Sorry, Michael, but as you well know, this is what black people get when they stray from the Democrat’s plantation.
The credibility of the agenda-driven news media gets thinner every day, but never more so than when they are caught hiding their own dirty laundry. Such as these and the many similar words of native Texan and retired Army Lieut. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez (the caps are from the transcript of his speech, not me shouting):
"WHAT IS CLEAR TO ME IS THAT YOU ARE PERPETUATING THE CORROSIVE PARTISAN POLITICS THAT IS DESTROYING OUR COUNTRY AND KILLING OUR SERVICEMEMBERS WHO ARE AT WAR."
Tough stuff, and wholly unreported by the WaPo and the AP–not to mention the BBC–whose work the rest depend on. I suppose they rationalized leaving it out because it was said in a professional, non-public setting. But that’s not much of an excuse. Note Sanchez’s Old Testament Bible quote at the end, which you can bet galled the Leftists.
Via Powerline, where you might start before reading the transcript . And Ace of Spades, which shows the speech was cherry-picked almost entirely for its Bush-bashing. No surprise. The Democrat political agenda rules, even as circulation, advertising and credibility crater. At least they’re making the Columbia Journalism Review happy.