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Washington Post


The Washington Post is considered a CIA propaganda mouthpiece since oligarch Jeff Bezos, a CIA subcontractor, bought it out with cash as Amazon profits from a lucrative federal government contract for internet services.

The Washington Post is the dominant daily newspaper read by federal bureaucrats and America's elite political class in Washington, D.C., with an average daily circulation that peaked at 832,232 in 1993, but had fallen to 638,800 as of 2007[1] and fell far further to only 139,239 in weekly printed circulation by March 2023.

It was founded in 1877 and purchased for $250 million in 2013 by oligarch Jeff Bezos, at the time, no.19 on the list of the global richest. Its op-ed columnists included George Will and CIA mouthpiece David Ignatius,[2] and formerly included Robert Novak and David Broder. It exhibits a strong statist and left-wing bias.

The Washington Post is noted for its fake news and attempts at voter suppression, claiming that incumbent President Donald J. Trump was 17 points behind radical Democrat challenger Joe Biden just days before the 2020 presidential election in an attempt to demoralize Trump supporters to not even show up at the polls.[3]

The Washington Post embraced some forms of “cancel culture” at least as far back as 1945.  Washington Post’s Past Racism Detailed in Book on End of World War II.[4]

Under the legal theory proposed by rogue special counsel Jack Smith in the Trump insurrection hoax, The Washington Post should be indicted for attempting to defraud the US Government.

The Washington Post, Amazon, CIA deal

The Washington Post used Nazi-style propaganda depicting Republicans as vermin.[5]

In 2013 the Washington Post was acquired by Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon. That same year, Amazon also obtained a CIA contract worth $600 million, at least twice what Bezos paid for the Post. The Institute for Public Accuracy released a statement condemning the move.[6]

When the main shareholder in one of the very largest corporations in the world benefits from a massive contract with the CIA on the one hand, and that same billionaire owns the Washington Post on the other hand, there are serious problems. The Post is unquestionably the political paper of record in the United States, and how it covers governance sets the agenda for the balance of the news media. Citizens need to know about this conflict of interest in the columns of the Post itself.

The Nation magazine also condemned the conflict of interest.

Commie agitprop

See also: Disinformation and Fake news

President Trump delivered what many called the greatest speech of his career at Mount Rushmore on July 3, 2020, devoted to celebrating the idealism of the American Revolution, the suppression of the Confederate insurrection in the Civil War and the abolition of slavery, and the enactment — albeit tardily — of the Jeffersonian promise, renewed by Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg, that all men are created equal. The Washington Post editorial board declared that he had reached “new depths of depravity.”[7]

Russia collusion hoax

Langley's 7th floor is a reference to CIA headquarters.
See also: Russia collusion hoax and Obamagate scandal

The Washington Post, The New York Times, CNN and numerous other organizations reported fabricated information by anonymous sources throughout 2016, 2017, and 2018. The published reports became the basis of the Trump-Russia conspiracy hoax and FISA abuse scandal. When mainstream media published the false information, the Obama FBI, Justice Department, CIA and DNI used the fake news (originating with themselves) as supposed corroboration from "independent journalists" to begin investigations, interviews, perjury traps, seek warrants, perform Gang of Eight briefings, and appoint a Special Prosecutor to pursue political objectives.

  • Michael Sussmann who worked with the general counsel of the Clinton campaign and the DNC gave fake evidence to the FBI and New York Times that a webserver in Trump Tower was communicating with a Russian bank. The smears were found to be without foundation.[8]
  • Christopher Steele who worked for Hillary Clinton gave false evidence to the FBI and numerous mainstream media outlets that Carter Page was a Russian spy, when in fact Page was a former FBI informant who helped jail Russian spies.
  • Steele gave bogus sexual innuendo about Trump to the FBI; DNI James Clapper leaked to CNN than that Trump had been briefed on the information, thus creating a "Breaking News" story.[9]

On January 12, 2017 David Ignatius of the Washington Post published a felonious leak of Gen. Michael Flynn's phone call with Russian Ambassador Kislyak. "What did Flynn say, and did it undercut the U.S. sanctions?" Ignatius asked. "The Logan Act (though never enforced) bars U.S. citizens from correspondence intending to influence a foreign government about 'disputes' with the United States."[10] As a member of the Trump transition team, Flynn was legally authorized to make the call. Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice, who lied to the American people about the Benghazi massacre, “unmasked” Flynn’s name and it was leaked to Ignatius.[11] The illegal leak of classified information by the Obama administration carries a 10 prison sentence, verses the 5 years for lying to the FBI which Flynn eventually was charged with and thoroughly exonerated.[12]

2020 Marxist riots

See also: 2020 Leftwing insurrection

Karen Attiah, Global Opinions editor for the Washington Post, tweeted a message that suggested that “white women” were “lucky” no one was calling for “revenge.”

“The lies & tears of White women hath wrought: -The 1921 Tulsa Massacre – Murder of Emmet Till – Exclusion of Black women from feminist movements – 53% of white women voting for Trump.[13]

Sympathy for jihadism

The Washington Post sympathized with the death of terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who was killed by U.S. Special Forces.

The Washington Post columnist Max Boot penned an opinion piece, insinuating blowing up three children with a suicide vest proves ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not a coward. The assertion that Baghdadi died as a coward was contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured he blew himself up,” Boot wrote.

Baghdadi took three young children as human shields with him as he fled American soldiers, and then detonated his own suicide vest while they were all cornered in a dead-end tunnel. Risking and taking the lives of three, innocent children is cowardly. Chrissy Clark of The Federalist noted,

"Of course, we should consider that this opinion comes from the same columnist who previously claimed he would rather vote for Josef Stalin, the Soviet dictator whose regime killed tens of millions of its own people, than Donald Trump."[14]

On Sep 20, 2022, the WP used a (PLO) twisted terminology, dared to call Jenin vicious terrorists targeting civilians and or security, as simple -so-called- "resistance".[15]

Bullying of Trump

Washington Post also bullies Trump by saying "Get Trump out of your head"[16], and utterly blames Trump for the COVID-19 or COVID-20 pandemic[17], and even saying "China is not an enemy"[18]. However, they say that Biden "tells the truth"[19].

Conservapedia smears

Washington Post even attacked Conservapedia here:, mocking this encyclopedia, and here:, mocking Andrew Schlafly, his "dead father". and the "perceived liberal bias" of Wikipedia, which is basically downplaying the clear bias in Wikipedia, and mocking Conservapedia.

Jamal Khashoggi vs. Marc Bennett

The 'Jamal Khashoggi vs. Marc Bennett' exposed liberal hypocrisy, criminal Qatar / Islamist supremacy on non-Muslims.

While Khashoggi passion play coincides with information about Qatar’s murder of Marc Bennett, a British citizen who was brutally tortured without a word of protest from the West.[20]
Unlike Khashoggi’s death, Bennett’s death was not political. He was just one of the many foreign workers whom Qatar’s slave masters considered their personal property. When Bennett tried to leave Qatar Airlines, he was treated like any of the other foreign workers, mostly Indian, Asian and African, who are routinely beaten, tortured and worked to death in the Islamic tyranny.

The only difference between the thousands of foreign workers who have died to erect the glittering towers of Doha, who prepare for the World Cup, and who attend to the needs of the slave masters of Qatar, is that Bennett was a Westerner. But to the Islamic slave masters of Qatar and others in the region, all non-Arabs and non-Muslims are inferior subhuman slaves.

Ishaan Tharoor - bigot

Ishan Tharoor rationalizing Palestine Hitler's Mufti

Asides from being an apologetic for Hitler's Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.[21]

- In 2015:

Ishaan Tharoor, a writer for the Post’s WorldViews blog, concluded, “Today’s three-year-old Syrian orphan, it seems, is 1939’s German Jewish child.” (In September, Tharoor had made the same point about European reactions to the crisis, in a post entitled, “Europe’s fear of Muslim refugees echoes rhetoric of 1930’s anti-Semitism.”

Invoking the Holocaust for contemporary political debates is an inherently tricky business, and as far as such comparisons

The Bad-Faith Analogy Between Syrian Refugees and Jews Fleeing Nazi Germany Why the comparison is more ‘virtue signal’ than productive policy stance...[22]

- In Apr 2018:

In an anti-Israel screed masquerading as a “World Views” analysis, The Washington Post's Ishaan Tharoor presented dead Palestinian terrorists as nonviolent civilians...[23]

- In Sep 2018:

...foreign affairs commentator Ishaan Tharoor, giving his thoughts in the Washington Post on US President Donald Trump’s cessation of funding for UNRWA writes: The White House, along with Israel’s right wing, argues that the rolls of recognized refugees should be limited to those alive in 1949 — a move at odds with other U.N. operations that also confer refugee status upon the descendants of the displaced.

UNRWA Tharoor links to the UNHCR page for Afghan refugees whose descendants, like those of other refugees administered to by UNHCR, do not, unless under exceptional circumstances (unlike Palestinians who receive it by default), automatically receive refugee status.

Put simply, Tharoor has made a fundamental error.

Agree or disagree with Trump’s move but it certainly is not “at odds with other UN operations that also confer refugee status upon the descendants of the displaced” – because there are none.[24]

- In Oct 2018:

The Washington Post’s Ishaan Tharoor has previously warned about a “a rising tide of anti-Semitism.” Yet when the journalist sat down to interview one of the world’s leading antisemites, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, such concerns seemed to dissipate. The Post’s September 28, 2018 interview of Mahathir failed to inform readers — much less confront the Malaysian politician — about his blatant antisemitism.[25]

- In 2021:

Many of the ones that did mention the Islamic Republic, such as this Washington Post piece by Ishaan Tharoor published on August 3, 2021, do nothing to explain the depth of the danger posed by Iran’s increasing entrenchment in the country.[26]

- In 2022, "The Washington Post’ colonizes Israel’s Arab citizens."

Israeli Arabs don't want to be called “Palestinians,” but the “Post” does it anyway. Colonialism, Washington Post columnist Ishaan Tharoor told readers in 2016, “isn’t something to celebrate.” Yet the Post fully embraces colonialism when it is in the service of an anti-Israel narrative. The newspaper’s recent reporting and commentary provide ample proof.[27]

- In Oct 2023, "The Washington Post's World View is thoroughly distorted. The newspaper continues to treat Hamas casualty claims as reliable. And columnist Ishaan Tharoor insists on giving the genocidal terrorist group the benefit of the doubt."[28]

Hajar Harb

Washington Post contributor celebrates Oct. 7 Massacre. "Palestinian"-Arab Hajar Harb is a London-based reporter who, according to her LinkedIn profile, served as a “collaborating journalist with the Washington Post” for the last two decades. During the October 7th massacre, she celebrated the events in a series of social media posts which have since been deleted.[29]

History of WaPo fake news reporting

In the Kavanaugh smear, false sexual abuse allegations were leaked by Senate Democrat committee staffers to produce sensationalized headlines and martial public pressure in an emotional cause.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein or a staffer leaked a letter from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford to the Washington Post alleging notes from a therapist and a polygraph exam were material evidence of a sexual assault, sparking a hue and cry on the Left for extended nomination hearings and FBI investigation of Judge Kavanaugh. The alleged "material evidence" was never provided to the FBI or Senate Judiciary Committee for examination and consideration, and the accuser caught in a series of conflicting sworn public statements.

In a rare turn of events, WaPo actually did publish a correction, albeit without an apology.
  • In 1981, Janet Cooke, a reporter hired by Ben Bradlee, described in a series of articles entitled Jimmy's World the profile of an eight-year old heroin addict. Cooke was nominated by Bob Woodward for the Pulitzer Prize, which she won after it was established that the story was a complete fiction.[Citation Needed]Post Ombudsman Bill Green concluded an investigation with several comments and recommendations, including "The scramble for journalistic prizes is poisonous. The obligation is to inform readers, not to collect frameable certificates, however prestigious." [20] The Ombudsman said of Bradlee, "Ensuring accuracy was the editor's job, and he had failed miserably." Woodward said of his nomination for the Pulitzer Prize, “It would be absurd for me or any other editor to review the authenticity or accuracy of stories that are nominated for prizes.”
  • In 1998 the Post printed a series of denials regarding public leaks of depositions given by President Clinton in the Jones v. Clinton case contrary to an Order of the Court. Dr. Deni Elliot of the Practical Ethics Center after reviewing the matter concluded the Washington Post knew the source of the illegal leaks yet "knowingly deceived its readers" by alleging the leaks could have come from the Court or the opposing counsels office. Dr. Elliot wrote in the Organization of News Ombudsmen's publication, “The Post intentionally lied to its readers in printing this set of denials", and "None of this sounds like the making of ethical principles".[30]
  • A poorly-sourced February 4, 2017 Washington Post article claimed a feud existed between DHS Secretary John F. Kelly and Steve Bannon, when in fact, none existed. The article's author was forced to admit his error.[31] In June 2017, the Associated Press reported, and later corrected, a story that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt met with Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris – something which did not actually happen.[32]
  • The Washington Post published a fake news story that Russia hacked the U.S. power grid in 2016.[33]
  • A Washington Post article claimed that 4.2 percent of American children had witnessed a shooting[35] (this is one in 24). This was based on a survey question which they (deliberately? negligently?) misinterpreted:
The actual question the researchers asked was, "At any time in (your child’s/your) life, (was your child/were you) in any place in real life where (he/she/you) could see or hear people being shot, bombs going off, or street riots?"[36] So they mixed in "witnessed a shooting" with "heard a street riot", etc.
  • In November 2017, The Washington Post claimed that the conservative Breitbart News created the nickname "Mr. Perfect" when referring to Jared Kushner, while in reality, Kushner's own companies created the nickname to promote themselves in China.[37] Also in November 2017, MSNBC's Morning Joe show was caught broadcasting a pre-taped post-Thanksgiving show while pretending on air to be broadcasting live.[38]
  • In November 2017, an allegedly unbiased Washington Post reporter was caught giving strategic advice to Democrats at a major conference.[39][40]
  • After Special Counsel Robert Mueller thoroughly debunked the Russiagate conspiracy theory, CNN's Jim Sciutto attempted to resuscitate the discredited hoax alleging that the CIA had to extract a deep cover asset from Russia because of fear that President Trump would out the asset's identity to Vladimir Putin. The New York Times, Washington Post, and CIA were quick to refute the story. The extraction occurred because of John Brennan and Obama administration leaks in the early days of the Trump-Russia hoax that put in danger of exposure and the lives of CIA assets in Russia.[41][42][43][44][45]
  • In the Immanuel Christian School/Karen Pence hate crime hoax, a 12-year-old girl claimed that three boys at Immanuel Christian School held her down and cut her dreadlocks while using the racially charged term "nappy." The wife of Vice President Mike Pence, Karen Pence works at the school. CNN's Bakari Sellers, NBC, CBS, CNN, The New York Times, and The Washington Post all reported the incident nationwide and used the incident to attack Karen Pence.[46] The girl's family finally released a statement acknowledging the initial allegation was false. They apologized to all involved: "To those young boys and their parents, we sincerely apologize for the pain and anxiety these allegations have caused," they wrote. "To the administrators and families of Immanuel Christian School, we are sorry for the damage this incident has done to trust within the school family and the undue scorn it has brought to the school. To the broader community, who rallied in such passionate support for our daughter, we apologize for betraying your trust."[47]
  • In April 2018, the Associated Press and The Washington Post falsely claimed that the NRA decided to ban concealed carry at an upcoming speech by Vice President Mike Pence at its convention, when it was actually the Secret Service that forced the organization to do so.[48]
  • The Washington Post falsely reported in August 2018 that the Trump Administration was denying passports to Hispanic Americans along the border with Mexico,[55][56] and The New York Times falsely reported in September 2018 that UN Ambassador Nikki Haley spent $53,000 on curtains when they actually were approved during the Obama Administration.[56][57]
  • In November 2021, the Washington Post, like other MSM outlets, sanitized the great replacement hoax and its origins from its associations with progressives, implying that, according to Robert L. Fleegler, one of the hoax's promoters, white supremacist Sen. Theodore Bilbo (D–MS), was criticized by liberal publications earlier on until conservatives only joined the excoriations in the mid-1940s.[58] However, Fleegler's writings were taken out of context by the article's author; the cited journal, "Theodore G. Bilbo and the Decline of Public Racism, 1939-47," explains extensively that liberal publications continuously ignored and/or barely gave any publicity on Bilbo's racist diatribes until the mid-1940s, the same time conservative outlets also strongly denounced him.[59]
  • At the Oct/2023 Swords of Iron, B'nai B'rith sent a letter to the editor of the Washington Post:

B'nai B’m'rith International CEO Dan Mariaschin and AJIRI-BBI Chair Richard P. Schifter sent a letter to the Washington Post regarding its recent, misleading article about UNRWA (“What is UNRWA, the U.N. agency in Gaza struggling to help Palestinians?” Washington Post, October 16).

From Daniel S. Mariaschin, B’nai B’rith International CEO and Richard P. Schifter, AJIRI-BBI Chair:

The Washington Post unfortunately misses a crucial and central point in its article about the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) (“What is UNRWA, the U.N. agency in Gaza struggling to help Palestinians?” Washington Post, October 16). Far from being an agency acting merely “to protect and support civilians,” it is an extremely problematic entity that for 75 years has exacerbated the Palestinian problem and symbolized the failure to solve it.

As the article itself casually states, UNRWA is “unique…in terms of its long-standing commitment to one group of refugees.” UNRWA is, in fact, an outrageous anomaly (all other refugees in the world are covered by UNHCR—the U.N. refugee agency) that has perpetuated the Arab-Israeli conflict and has thus cost many thousands of lives, including the lives of over 1,300 innocent Israelis massacred on October 7 by Hamas terrorists claiming the phony grievances—of “dispossession”—that are pushed by UNRWA.

The refugees from 1948 (refugees from a war initiated by Arab states against the new State of Israel, the aim of which was to destroy the latter) should have been resettled long ago, as have been millions of refugees from other conflicts all over the world. They were purposely kept as “refugees” by the Arab governments and by UNRWA to whip up hatred against Israel.

Although there are believed to be only some 30,000 living Palestinian refugees from 1948, UNRWA incredibly recognizes over 5.9 million descendants of these refugees, as eligible for its services. UNRWA schools, far from teaching Palestinian children to become “confident, innovative, questioning, thoughtful, and open-minded, to uphold human values and tolerance,” as the article falsely claims, inculcate generation after generation with hatred of and resentment against Israel and with the false fantasy that they will one day “return” to their homes.

As pointed out in Einat Wilf and Adi Schwartz’s excellent book, “The War of Return,” numerous terrorists (including at least one of the surviving Munich Olympic massacre perpetrators) were direct products of UNRWA schools. UNRWA is simply not a neutral humanitarian institution. It is a malign actor that exacerbates the problems and suffering of the Palestinian people. [60]

  • Exposing the lie by Washington Post's Feb 9 piece on profiling seven journalists killed in Gaza, was dissected by activist in a post: "The deliberate lies in the Washington Post." Research suggests it was a deliberate attempt to deceive. The WP article "does not mention that many (50%) of the journalists work for Hamas / Islamic Jihad; does not mention that 75%+ of the journalists openly supported the slaughter of Israeli civilians; does not mention that many of the journalists (20%+) were not journalists at all. And yet this must have been known (or heavily suspected) by whoever did the Washington Post research. An email was sent to the three journalists of the article (Ellen Francis, Artur Galocha and Joe Snell) attached to the report, adding: "Did the CPJ do all the legwork here – did you basically just run an advert for them. How did you fail to see that many of the journalists either work for terrorist organisations or support the slaughter of civilians. Given you must have seen the to research the article, how on earth have you ended up suggesting 80+ journalists have been killed? I received no response at all to the questions. The Washinton Post motto reads ‘democracy dies in darkness’. They are right, democracy does die in darkness – and they are some of those helping to kill it."[61]

Washington Post Exposed

The Washington Post has behaved more far-left than ever. It calls Trump a Nazi, America a "racist" country, it praises China, and, it defends China from Beijing's critics. It has gotten worse since Biden took office.

Washington Post's Radical Bias

  1. China is not an enemy:
  2. Pro-China and Anti-Trump:
  3. Trump blames China to win re-election:
  4. Trump's America is like Hitler's Germany:
  5. China did better in coronavirus than America:
  6. America is anti-Black and racist:
  7. America isn't great:

The newspaper even admits it wants Biden to win!

  1. I'm focused on Trump's defeat:,
  2. Imagine a no-Trump world:,
  3. Joe Biden for president:, and

Decline since Biden Took office

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Losing subscribers

In Dec 2022, it was reported, that the Washington Post lost half a Million subscribers since Biden took office.[62]

By 2023 it's difficulties were reported:

The Washington Post has big problems, and this time, it’s not just the loss of the outlet’s credibility, though that’s an evergreen issue.

The once-storied newspaper is staring at a massive $100 million loss in 2023 due to the continued hemorrhaging of subscribers following the 2020.[63]


As LibsOfTikTok (LTT), which was and is merely reporting factual videos exposing radical woke, was so popular among Conservatives and it exposed hypocrisy and extremism on of Libs. WP's TaylorLorenz set out to attack it. She also appeared on MSNBC playing supposed victimhood, even crying. Her campaign was to intimidate.[64]

In Dec 2022, with the release of the scandalous TwitterFiles, it was exposed that Twitter also censored the very popular LibsOfTikTok under a guise of supposed "hate," yet, internal memo revealed, LibsOfTikTok did NOT engage in any hate.[65]

...Weiss further revealed that @libsoftiktok (LTT), a viral account documenting wokeness, was placed on a “trends blacklist” with a notice “DO NOT TAKE ACTION ON USER WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH SIP-PES.”

Although the account was repeatedly dinged with suspensions for allegedly violating company policy against “hateful conduct,” internal memos from October 2022 acknowledged that “LTT has not directly engaged in behavior violative of the Hateful Conduct policy.”

By comparison, when the home address of LTT’s founder, Chaya Raichik, was doxxed in November 2022, and she reported it to Twitter Support, the company did nothing to remove the tweet.


In April 2022, irresponsible, careless WP:[66][67]

A Washington Post article exposed the identity of an orthodox woman who has been running a Twitter account that simply posts TikTok videos created by educators in which they brag about teaching children about critical race theory and age-inappropriate matters.

Since the attempted hit piece was published on Tuesday, the woman – a frum Jew from Brooklyn – has gained more than 200,000 additional followers on her Twitter account, while the person responsible for the article has come under intense criticism for revealing the identity of a private person, including her home address and other personal information irrelevant to the story itself...

Endangering lives of a families. As she also shares a name with quite a few others, so the WP put more than her in danger.

Related on anti Jewish bigotry:

It was also pointed out:[68] why would Taylor Lorenz go to such great lengths to make an issue of LibsOfTikTok’s faith? One has to wonder if she would have included this little nugget in her hit piece if LOTT had been a Muslim, or an atheist, or even a Catholic.

From endangering, the Washington Post's "Libs of Tik Tok Obsession"- unhealthy obsession with the owner behind the Libs of Tik Tok account on Twitter, got already sick, creepy.[69]

Fact Checker

The Washington Post has a so-called "fact-checker" that makes fun of several famous conservatives, anything, whether people, tools, or websites. They praise to China by saying that they are not an "enemy"[70], they say Trump lied tens of thousands of times[71] (Of course, everyone lied at least once, except Jesus), but they are saying this to make fun of him, in a nasty manner. Glenn Kessler, owner of this " fact-checker" from the Washington Post, is a very good friend of Xi Jinping[72].

Fear & hate mongering

In an attempt at fear mongering, propagating against Red Wave for 2022 midterm elections and sheer stupidity, Jonathan Capehart incited, hyped: 'Black Americans May Need to ‘Flee’ U.S. Due to ‘Crazy White People.'[73]

In Dec 2022,[74]

The Washington Post ran an article on a "rapidly growing measles outbreak in Columbus, Ohio" which mainly involved Somali Muslims. The paper does devote several paragraphs to the Somalis but illustrates the story with two photos of Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn.

No Somalis are depicted. That would be racist. And Islamophobic.

A number of people have called attention to this antisemitic stylistic choice. Little else ought to be expected.

What is notable here is the persistence of vaccine antisemitism...

"The story changes and yet remains the same..." reminds writer.

Noted Washington Post fake news reporters

WaPo quietly removed the War in Ukraine from its masthead on December 20, 2023 after 300,000 casualties, $200 billion wasted and touting the Zelensky regime's victory over Russia for nearly 2 years.

The following are noted for fake news reporting:

See also


  2. CIA Coup? Ex-Spook: Langley ‘Taking Traitor Trump Out Now’, By Kristinn Taylor, Gatewaypundit, January 13, 2017
  4. Fred Lucas, Washington Post’s Past Racism Detailed in Book on End of World War II, Daily Signal, April 21, 2022.
  6. Demonizing Russia: Fake News And The Conflict Of Interest Involving Amazon, The Washington Post, And The CIA, SarahRRunge, Dec 20, 2016.
  15. The Washington Post: Murdering Jews is 'Violent Resistance', Camera, Sep 28, 2022.
  20. Daniel Greenfield, Jamal Khashoggi vs. Marc Bennett: Whose Life Matters?, FPM, Oct 5, 2022 .

    One British man’s death in Qatar reveals the dirty truth about the traitors within.

    In an annual propaganda ritual, the heads of foreign governments and media operatives marked the anniversary of Jamal Khashoggi’s death by tweeting condemnations of the killing of the old friend of Osama bin Laden who had been recruited by an Al Qaeda financier to promote Jihad.

    It is a testament to the unchallenged power of the Islamic tyranny of Qatar that everyone in Washington D.C. unquestioningly takes a knee and pays tribute to its martyred operative.

    “Jamal Khashoggi’s murder 4 years ago was also an attack on freedom of expression everywhere,” Secretary of State Blinken tweeted. There’s no such thing as “freedom of expression” among Khashoggi’s Qatari employees. Khashoggi was not fighting for any kind of freedom, but for an Islamist tyranny of the kind practiced by Qatar’s fellow Islamists in Iran. Had he gotten his way, liberals in Saudi Arabia would be the ones being brutally murdered. As they are in Iran.

    Western elites have spent far less time expressing outrage about the torture and mass murder by Iran’s Islamic regime of thousands of dissidents and protesters than they have over the death of an Islamist whose death equally outraged Al Qaeda and ISIS as it did Washington D.C.

    The Washington Post was much less exercised about one of its own reporters, Jason Rezaian, being held hostage in Iran for over a year than over Jamal Khashoggi, a foreign operative running press releases from the Qatari Foundation in its digital pages at the behest of Qatar.

    This year the annual Khashoggi passion play coincides with information about Qatar’s murder of Marc Bennett, a British citizen who was brutally tortured without a word of protest from the West.

    If Blinken has expressed a word of concern about Bennett’s killing by Khashoggi’s backers, I have yet to find it. The British government closed the case and has shown no interest. The Washington Post has never allowed Bennett’s name to appear in its pages. That might offend its Qatari masters. Despite having been killed a year after Khashoggi, there is still virtually no mention of Bennett by the politicians, influencers and media operatives who claim that they only care about the Qatari terrorist agenda because they are so deeply moved by human rights.

    Unlike Khashoggi’s death, Bennett’s death was not political. He was just one of the many foreign workers whom Qatar’s slave masters considered their personal property. When Bennett tried to leave Qatar Airlines, he was treated like any of the other foreign workers, mostly Indian, Asian and African, who are routinely beaten, tortured and worked to death in the Islamic tyranny. The only difference between the thousands of foreign workers who have died to erect the glittering towers of Doha, who prepare for the World Cup, and who attend to the needs of the slave masters of Qatar, is that Bennett was a Westerner. But to the Islamic slave masters of Qatar and others in the region, all non-Arabs and non-Muslims are inferior subhuman slaves.

    According to the most recent report in The London Times, “Bennett had been taken blindfolded and handcuffed to a state security detention centre. Bennett later described how he was stripped naked, blasted with high-pressure hoses, slammed against walls.”

    His alleged crime was trying to leave Qatar Airways which, like most of the major organizations, including Al Jazeera, is controlled by Qatar’s ruling family.  According to the Qataris, Bennett later “committed suicide” in a hotel room in Doha on Christmas Day. The timing must have amused his Islamist killers. According to his wife, his clothes had been laid in his hotel room as if he were preparing to go out and the circumstances of the crime scene don’t comport with those of a suicide. British investigators noted, “no specific evidence of suicidal intent”.

    The British government has issued multiple statements about Khashoggi’s death even though the Bin Laden pal was never a British citizen or related to the UK in any meaningful way. It has shrugged at Bennett’s death and then gotten on with the business of asking Qatar for cash. The BBC has one mention of Bennett. It has hundreds of results for Khashoggi. Last year, the British government declared that it continues to raise the “terrible crime” of Khashoggi’s death with Saudi Arabia. No such efforts have been made to raise the death of Marc Bennett, a Briton who was not an associate of Islamic terrorists or an enemy agent.

    The relative silence over Bennett’s death and the hysterical fury over Khashoggi’s demise reveal more than a double standard, but the deep level of political control Qatar wields over the West.

    Westerners don’t need to be physically within the boundaries of Qatar, for the Islamic terror state to have almost as much control over their lives as it did over that of Marc Bennett.

    The oil-glutted Islamic terrorist state has not only escaped the consequences for its crimes, but it sets the political agenda for Washington D.C. and much of the Western world. Between Al Jazeera, which sets the media’s agenda for the region, and Brookings, the powerful Democrat think tank whose associates fill the ranks of the Biden administration, Qatar rules over us. The Muslim Brotherhood, which Qatar backs, continues to enjoy safe harbor in America. Its various affiliates have not only been immunized from prosecution, but have been deeply embedded in our government, our political system and our culture. To understand not only our failure to stop Islamic terrorism after 9/11, but the disastrous surrender to the Taliban, overseen by Qatar, which played godfather to the Taliban talks, you have to recognize its influence.

    Khashoggi’s omnipresence in our culture and Bennett’s nonexistence is a testimony of the far darker truths about how our governments have sold us out to be killed by Islamic terrorists and their state sponsors while blasting us with propaganda that turns the terrorists into victims. “We were hoping to establish an Islamic state anywhere,” Khashoggi reminisced about his time together with Osama bin Laden in the Muslim Brotherhood. “We believed that the first one would lead to another, and that would have a domino effect which could reverse the history of mankind.”

    You can find that Islamic state in Washington D.C. now where everyone from Tim Kaine to Mitt Romney pushes Khashoggi propaganda. Lindsay Graham tried to hold up a bill for Osama bin Laden’s old pal. Bernie Sanders attacked Biden for not holding gas prices in this country hostage to the Qatari agent. While our political class may differ on so many issues, when it comes to what Qatar wants, they are all in agreement. And they are all betraying us. Khashoggi’s death was indeed revealing. And what it revealed is that our countries are rotten with politicians and media outlets who willingly serve as the tools of an Islamic terrorist state. That is why they won’t talk about Bennett’s death.

    During the Cold War, when a Communist ran into trouble anywhere, human rights organizations, journalists and politicians would rush to his defense in the name of humanity. But when countless people were tortured, starved and killed in Communist prisons, they were silent. What was true of the USSR is still true of China and of Qatar. Every time you hear about Jamal Khashoggi, you are seeing Qatar’s influence at work and you are witnessing traitors out themselves. Listen carefully. And remember Bennett’s Qatar,

    Khashoggi was an agent of the foreign Islamist powers that rule over us. Bennett is us.
  21. Ishaan Tharoor & Palestine's Mufti racist holy war for genocide DP, Jul 12, 2020
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  23. Palestinian Nazi flags and Hamas talking points, JNS, Apr 26, 2018.
  24. Simon Plosker, Washington Post Errs on Palestinian Refugees, HonestReporting, September 5, 2018.
  25. Sean Durns, Once Again, the Media Whitewashes Antisemitism Around the World, Algemeiner, Oct 3, 2018
  26. Emanuel Miller,, Media Fail to Properly Inform Public of Hezbollah’s Key Role in Lebanon Crisis, HonestReporting, August 3, 2021
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  28. Wapo Columnist: Oct. 7 Massacre A ‘bad Thing’ That Doesn’t Justify Other ‘bad Things’, Camera, October 25, 2023.
    On Oct. 7, 2023, more Jewish civilians were slaughtered than at any point since the Holocaust. More than 1400 Israelis were brutally murdered by Hamas and other Gaza-based Iranian proxies in barbaric fashion.

    Children were burned alive, toddlers shot in car seats and cribs, parents tied up and tortured in front of their children, their eyes, feet, fingers, and hands cut off. Women were raped on the corpses of their dead friends before being executed, the elderly shot in their living rooms. And much of it was live streamed by terrorists who were exceedingly proud of their work, as they perpetrated a massacre that was proportionally multitudes larger than the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

    Or, as Washington Post’s Ishaan Tharoor put it in an Oct. 23, 2023 tweet[1]: “a bad thing happened.” But the World Views columnist shared his real concern: “it’s perhaps not great to do other bad things” in response. Those who fail to see that, Tharoor unironically remarked, “seem to lack a moral imagination.”

    Someone said this. And the Washington Post, which is already bleeding[2] subscribers and laying off staff, employs him.

    The same day that Tharoor shared his concern, the Israeli government hosted foreign journalists for a 43-minute viewing of footage that the terrorists themselves took. The viewing was necessary, officials contended, because denialism of the atrocities has already begun, no doubt enabled by a fourth estate that has too often sought moral equivalence between terrorists and the terrorized.

    Several journalists recounted the horrors of the footage that they were shown. One terrorist, using the phone of a dead Israeli woman that he had just murdered, called his parents: “Dad, I killed 10 Jews with my own hands!” he proudly proclaimed. “I killed 10! 10! Please be proud of me, Dad.” The terrorist promised to send footage to his parents over WhatsApp.

    As the journalist Melissa Weiss has noted[3], “the screening was necessary to counter disinformation.” Israeli government spokesperson Eylon Levy warned that “we are witnessing a Holocaust denial-like phenomenon unfolding in real time.”

    Denialism, of course, is also made possible by minimization and false moral equivalency. And this is where Tharoor comes in.

    Tharoor’s anti-Israel biases have attracted attention before. Referring to the columnist, the journalist Armin Rosen once tweeted [4] that it is kind of “interesting that the Washington Post [5] has a designated anti-Israel newsletter.” The Jewish state, Rosen observed, “is discussed far more” by Tharoor “than almost any other country, almost always in terms of whatever the activist talking points happen to be at the time.”

    Indeed, as CAMERA has noted, in the year before the COVID-19 pandemic, Tharoor wrote almost as many columns about Israel, a tiny nation of nine million, as he did China. And it is a curiously twisted worldview that the author projects.

    Tharoor has authored dozens of articles blaming Israel for the lack of a Palestinian state. Not once has he noted that Palestinian leaders themselves have rejected no fewer than three offers for statehood in the last two decades alone. This skewed view has led to faulty analysis.

    In a column before the September 2019 election in Israel, Tharoor warned [6] of a “shadow of (so-called) apartheid,” claiming that Israeli Arabs—whom he refers to as Palestinians—were being disenfranchised. Instead, the election witnessed record turnout from Israeli Arabs—disproving Tharoor’s entire thesis less than 48 hours after it was published. And despite his professed concern for apartheid, Tharoor hasn’t once noted that the areas ruled by both Hamas and the Palestinian Authority are Judenrein Those caught selling land or even renting an apartment to a Jew can face death.

    Tharoor also perennially ignores [7] the role of the Islamic Republic of Iran in boosting terrorism. During the 2021 Israel-Hamas War, as well as the current war, the Post columnist has incorrectly argued that Israel’s “occupation” is at the root of the conflict, overlooking attempts by Iran to seize control of the PA-ruled West Bank. That Iran and its proxies consider all of Israel to be an “occupation” and openly call [8] for the Jewish state’s destruction is omitted.

    Tharoor also has a track record of boosting antisemites. In a Sept. 28, 2018 interview [9], he called Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed—a man who once said that “Jews rule the world by proxy” and “I am proud to be antisemitic”—a “venerable statesmen.” He has described [10] the anti-Israel activist Issa Amro as a “non-violent dissident” and a “Palestinian Gandhi” even though Amro has perpetrated antisemitic blood libels, accusing Israel of “drinking our children’s blood."

    Post columnist has incorrectly argued that Israel’s “occupation” is at the root of the conflict, overlooking attempts by Iran to seize control of the PA-ruled West Bank. That Iran and its proxies consider all of Israel to be an “occupation” and openly call [11] for the Jewish state’s destruction is omitted.

    Tharoor also has a track record of boosting antisemites. In a Sept. 28, 2018 interview [12], he called Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed—a man who once said that “Jews rule the world by proxy” and “I am proud to be antisemitic”—a “venerable statesmen.” He has described [13] the anti-Israel activist Issa Amro as a “non-violent dissident” and a “Palestinian Gandhi” even though Amro has perpetrated antisemitic blood libels, accusing Israel of “drinking our children’s blood."..
  29. Post Contributor Celebrates Oct. 7 Massacre, CAMERA, April 1, 2024.

    Hajar Harb is a London-based reporter who, according to her LinkedIn profile, served as a “collaborating journalist with the Washington Post” for the last two decades. During the October 7th massacre, she celebrated the events in a series of social media posts which have since been deleted. Below are screenshots captured and translated by CAMERA Arabic.

    Here is her Facebook cover photo from October 8th featuring Hamas terrorists inside an Israeli city: [14]

    In the next screenshot, the Washington Post contributor writes: “On top of [any] loss amongst them is [like] flowers, just the number is beautiful.” What she means is that in addition to the fact that such a large death toll among Israelis is lovely in itself (“like flowers”), the huge number is also beautiful to look at. [15]

    In the next screenshot, she is responding to footage of Israeli elderly victim Yafa Adar who was kidnapped and taken into Gaza. The Washington Post contributor mocks the victim: “See this place ma’am? Allah willing, you’ll remain inside with us for a while.” [16]

    In the following screenshot from Harb’s Facebook profile, the Washington Post contributor mocks Shiri, Ariel and Kfir Bibas with an image of the kidnapping of the young family by Hamas. She writes in Arabic: “Enter [captivity] off the right foot, sister. Instead of anything [like that] she goes ‘I want my children’, ‘I want my children’, go ahead, [this is] your home and your spot, you and your children.” [17]

    When she sees a picture of Hamas terrorists storming an Israeli home, the Washington Post contributor writes in the post below: “And this is how we say good morning, seriously.” [18]

    Finally, upon seeing Hamas terrorists invading an Israeli city, the Washington Post contributor celebrates the image with this comment: “Enjoy your view. The sun rose by the light of its Lord.”

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    The Washington Post published an article profiling seven journalists killed in Gaza. The research below suggests it was a deliberate attempt to deceive.
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    Trump was right. He was 'the best thing to ever happen' to the Bezos-owned paper.

    Former president Donald Trump often said he was "the best thing to ever happen" to the Washington Post and other mainstream news outlets.

    He was right.

    The Wall Street Journal reports that the Jeff Bezos-owned publication has lost 500,000 subscribers since Trump left office in January 2021, which amounts to a decline of roughly 20 percent. The Post is on track to lose money in 2022 after years of profitability. The New York Times reported in August that the Post‘s business has "stalled" since President Joe Biden was sworn in, and layoffs are being discussed amid management's frustration with "numerous low performers in the newsroom."

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    Tucker calls out the intimidation campaign
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  66. StopAntisemitism @StopAntisemites (Apr 19, 2022):

    Why was it crucial for @TaylorLorenz to mention the creator of ‘Libs of TikTok’ was an Orthodox Jew?  Violent antisemitic attacks, especially in NYC, are skyrocketing. This does nothing but give an already bias lunatic more ammo to attack Jews! Awful. @WashPostPR…

    Sean CW Korsgaard @SCWKorsgaard (Apr 19, 2022)

    Replying to @StopAntisemites @TaylorLorenz and @WashPostPR;

    Not to mention its a HUGE violation of journalism ethics in an article already full of them. Unless its directly related to the article topic at hand, NEVER mention their religious beliefs.
    Joel M. Petlin @Joelmpetlin (Apr 19, 2022) Replying to @StopAntisemites @TaylorLorenz and @WashPostPR:
    Not only was her religious affiliation not crucial, it wasn't even relevant to the story. Unless of course @TaylorLorenz's goal was to roast @libsoftiktok & add a pinch of Antisemitism to the recipe, just for good measure. Jews on the political Right are open season in this war.
  67. LIBS’ WORST NIGHTMARE: Woman Behind “Libs of TikTok” Revealed as (J Orthodox) Brooklyn Lady, YWN, April 21, 2022.
  68. Sam Janney, Catch the Joo’: Seth Mandel and others point out Taylor Lorenz ‘went to great lengths’ to point out LibsOfTikTok is an Orthodox Jew, Twitchy, April 19, 2022 .
    Now, why oh why would Taylor Lorenz go to such great lengths to make an issue of LibsOfTikTok’s faith? One has to wonder if she would have included this little nugget in her hit piece if LOTT had been a Muslim, or an atheist, or even a Catholic.
  69. Matt Vespa, The Washington Post Has a Libs of Tik Tok Obsession...and It's Starting to Get a Bit Creepy, Townhall, Sep 22, 2022.
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    Black Americans may need to “flee the country” in the face of an apparently growing population of “crazy White people” who are “not to be trifled with,” according to a recent Washington Post piece.
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