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An illogical hatchet job piece about Donald Trump is hiding the truth about Joe Biden

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Somehow, leftists in the media industry are still trading on fear mongering over what Donald Trump could have done.

Recently, The Washington Post ran an incredibly illogical hatchet job opinion piece about Donald Trump that will have you chuckling over the sheer stupidity of it.

But it’s perfectly calculated to hide the truth about Joe Biden.

The Washington Post recently tried taking one of the most incredibly obvious and boring facts ever and spinning it into a controversy for Donald Trump.

The result is worthy of a belly laugh and an eye roll.

A recent article by Josh Rogin was headlined, “Xi Jinping promised Trump he wouldn’t invade Taiwan – and Trump believed him.”

Rogin opened the piece noting that “Promises of peaceful intentions from dictators are at best worthless; at worst, they’re dangerous lies designed to lull us into complacency, as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has underscored.”

He then goes on to say that “when Chinese President Xi Jinping promised then-President Donald Trump that he wouldn’t invade Taiwan on Trump’s watch, Trump believed him.”

Well, thanks Captain Obvious.

Not only did Trump believe him, but he was 100% correct.

Trump was a wild card – and nobody wanted to push the President past his breaking point.

That’s quite a contrast to Joe Biden who has basically spent his back year plus in office emboldening world leaders to do whatever they want.

The logical direction for the piece would include contrasting Donald Trump’s masterful diplomatic approach with Joe Biden’s hopeless floundering, which has already resulted in a direct threat from China.

Instead, Rogin took the conversation to the strangest place possible.

“Ordinarily a former President’s credulity would be an interesting artifact for the history books,” Rogin wrote. “Yet Trump’s faith in his friendship with China’s dictator-for-life carries far more significance, given the serious prospect that Trump may once again be his party’s presidential nominee in 2024 and could return to the Oval Office.”

Rogin then went on to provide a dubious list of ways “Trump’s misplaced faith in Xi often had negative effects on his own administration’s attempts to confront China during his presidency.”

Ironically, it’s career politician Joe Biden – not Donald Trump the businessman – who has deep and lucrative ties to China.

With the help of son Hunter, the Biden family has landed $31 million in deals in China – with every transaction linked in one way or another to members of China’s spy agency.

Media hacks have their hands full distracting voters from the reality of Biden’s utterly corrupt Presidency and coming up with ways to explain away his total failure to accomplish anything positive diplomatically.

Instead, Rogin opted to pretend Trump’s ability to have a conversation – and negotiate – with almost anyone is some sort of diabolical approach to governing.

“Trump’s penchant for relying on his friendships with dictators is not limited to Xi. As president, he often sided with the likes of Putin, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over his own national security officials,” Rogin wrote. “Trump is prepared to rely on those relationships again if he gets back into the White House — and the results could be disastrous.”

Meanwhile, Biden is far too busy trying to start WWIII to spend any time trying to get to know his enemies and negotiate for peace.

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The Supreme Court leak triggered The Washington Post to write one article that will leave you in stunned silence

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Democrats claim to care about maintaining “democratic norms.”

But in reality, they’re dismantling norms with radical proposals like packing the Supreme Court.

And the recent Supreme Court leak triggered The Washington Post to write one article that will leave you in stunned silence.

For the first time in the Supreme Court’s history, someone inside the Court leaked a draft of an opinion well in advance of the Court issuing a ruling.

The leaked draft opinion, which was written by conservative Justice Samuel Alito, appeared to overturn Roe V. Wade.

The leaker, presumably a left-wing clerk, wanted to create a furor among the Left, and that’s precisely what happened.

Unhinged protesters have gathered outside the homes of conservative justices for weeks, and one even tried to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

And leftist journalists have written one pro-abortion “think piece” after another, but The Washington Post took the cake, writing such an over-the-top defense of abortion that it ironically turned into a pro-life piece.

The Post’s Caroline Kitchener penned the piece detailing the life of 18-year-old Brooke Alexander, who did not get an abortion because of a recent law passed in Texas.

The teen ended up having twins, and The Post tried to report this as a harrowing, life-crushing development.

“Sometimes Brooke imagined her life if she hadn’t gotten pregnant, and if Texas hadn’t banned abortion just days after she decided that she wanted one,” Kitchener wrote for The Washington Post. “She would have been in school, rushing from class to her shift at Texas Roadhouse, eyes on a real estate license that would finally get her out of Corpus Christi.”

“She pictured an apartment in Austin and enough money for a trip to Hawaii, where she would swim with dolphins in water so clear she could see her toes,” she continued.

This sums up the materialist feminist view.

Instead of having kids, get a real estate license and an apartment, and perhaps take a trip to Hawaii one day.

Of course, The Post presents those modest goals as unattainable now that Brooke has twins, which is preposterous.

Kitchener also tried to demonize crisis pregnancy centers for “tricking” women into not killing their babies.

“As the ultrasound technician pressed the probe into her stomach, slathered with gel, Brooke willed the screen to show a fetus without a heartbeat,” Kitchener wrote. “The technician gasped. It was twins. And they were 12 weeks along. ‘Are you sure?’ Brooke said. ‘Oh, my God, oh, my God,’ [Brooke’s mother] recalled saying as she jumped up and down. ‘This is a miracle from the Lord. We are having these babies.’”

Again, leftists believe this development is a bad thing.

The piece also delivered the nail in the coffin to the pro-abortion argument.

“[Brooke] couldn’t stop staring at the pulsing yellow line on the ultrasound screen,” the piece continued. “She wondered: If her babies had heartbeats, as these women said they did, was aborting them murder? Eventually, [the case worker] turned to Brooke and asked whether she’d be keeping them. Brooke heard herself saying ‘yes.’”

Leftists desperately try to avoid pondering this question, but there was no getting around it.

The entire piece is an unintentional nod to the pro-life movement.

But Democrats are so ensconced in their ideology, they cannot see the cracks in their argument.

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A Washington Post columnist told a whopper of a lie about gun control that only further proves facts don’t matter to the Left

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The rekindled gun control debate has brought out the worst takes from the Left.

Coastal elites are wagging their fingers about the dangers of gun ownership.

And a Washington Post columnist told a whopper of a lie about gun control that only further proves facts don’t matter to the Left.

The Left are resorting to horrendous arguments to push for gun control.

Jonathan Capehart of The Washington Post and MSNBC is the latest to throw his hat in the ring.

Capehart started off his Post column by suggesting he might leave the United States.

He wrote, “Things felt so dicey during the Trump years, I half-joked that my husband and I might have to reenact that scene from ‘The Sound of Music’ and flee the country. Now, an alarming new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center shows that my “Operation von Trapp” might need to go live. The ranks of ‘crazy’ White people appear to be growing — and the rest of us don’t know what to do about it.”

First, there is no way any of these “woke” progressives would ever leave the United States.

If they did, they would only go to other trendy enclaves in cosmopolitan cities such as London or Montreal.

Capehart continued, “Right now, I am defining ‘crazy’ as anyone who believes any aspect of the racist ‘great replacement’ conspiracy. This is the noxious idea that liberals are deliberately replacing White people with non-Whites and immigrants. It’s what allegedly drove an 18-year-old man to target Black people in Buffalo, killing 10 and wounding three.”

Capehart is either ignorant or dishonest; Democrats are the ones who have been making the “demographics is destiny” argument for 20 years.

Talking heads in cable news, politicians, and liberal social scientists have all gleefully made the argument.

Capehart added, “According to that Post-Ipsos poll, 51 percent of African Americans said they have not considered buying a gun since the Buffalo massacre. Why is no mystery. The right to self-protection, let alone the right to bear arms, doesn’t exactly apply to Black people.”

This is a despicable argument.

Gun ownership has continued to rise, including amongst black Americans.

And despite Capehart’s best efforts, most gun owners are not afraid of “crazy” white people; they’re afraid of unhinged left-wing mobs burning down their cities with impunity.

That’s why gun ownership hit record highs in 2020, then went up again in 2021.

In 2020, shops had lines out the door, even in blue cities like New York and Los Angeles.

Capehart and other liberals are twisting themselves in knots to make nonsensical gun control arguments.

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Taylor Lorenz got caught yet again spreading fake news

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Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons lately.

Much of that is due to her constant lying and total disregard for journalistic ethics.

And now Lorenz has been caught yet again spreading fake news.

Taylor Lorenz is developing a reputation for bad reportage and worse behavior on Twitter.

Her latest ignominy stemmed from a hit piece she wrote in response to the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard verdict.

Lorenz accused online content creators of capitalizing monetarily from the trial.

The piece had to be edited three times due to errors, which would be a fireable offense under normal circumstances.

The New York Post reported that “The Washington Post has issued two lengthy corrections to an article by its notorious ‘internet culture’ reporter Taylor Lorenz. The piece, which had already been secretly edited after it was published Thursday, detailed how content creators made out big in the sensational Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation lawsuit that ended last week. Two YouTubers, ‘LegalBytes’ host Alyte Mazeika and an anonymous user named ThatUmbrellaGuy, were singled out in the article.”

Lorenz used the analytics site Social Blade to guesstimate their earnings, but the Social Blade does not provide an accurate accounting of how much an influencer made.

Also, Lorenz claimed to reach out to the two content creators, but they both claim they were never contacted.

Mazeika stated, “Um. This says I didn’t respond to requests to comment? I know I’ve gotten a lot of emails over the past two months, but I’ve just double checked for your name, @TaylorLorenz, and I see no email from you…Also, I didn’t suddenly pivot. I started covering this before trial began.”

ThatUmbrellaGuy was equally frustrated and confused by the mischaracterization in the piece.

He responded, “The Washington Post LIED and DID NOT contact me before including me in their story on Johnny Depp, despite reporting they did so…The Washington Post also FLAGRANTLY misrepresented my earnings report and needs to correct it. Social Blade says I made between $4.9k and $79.1k. They ADDED TO the highest estimate, overreporting for dramatic effect.”

Lorenz again claimed that criticism of her work was the product of sexism and a right-wing smear campaign.

But even people on the Left have called out Lorenz for her shoddy journalism.

Lorenz has torched her credibility, and the Post is also feeling the heat.

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