The Washington Post does two things
2. Promote Islamic Jihadists like Jamal Khashoggi
What does it take to get the D.C. branch of the Qatari lobby to sorta tell the truth? A $250 million lawsuit. Now that the Amazon CEO owned social justice tabloid is facing a $250 million lawsuit over it smears of a teenage Catholic school student, there’s a note.
A Washington Post article first posted online on Jan. 19 reported on a Jan. 18 incident at the Lincoln Memorial. Subsequent reporting, a student’s statement and additional video allow for a more complete assessment of what occurred, either contradicting or failing to confirm accounts provided in that story — including that Native American activist Nathan Phillips was prevented by one student from moving on, that his group had been taunted by the students in the lead-up to the encounter, and that the students were trying to instigate a conflict.
The Post ran with a social media story that could have easily been disproven with the most basic research. Until the social media tide began to turn, WaPo showed no interest in reporting the truth. It wants credit for that. It deserves none of it.
The media did everything possible to smear a teenage boy and gin up a campaign of hatred against him. And it has never even apologized for it.
And still won’t.