WaPo Knowingly Publishes Factually Inaccurate Anti-Kavanaugh Story
Fake newsery is all around us. Lefty media types have zero problems feeding us normal folk stories they know are pure bullhickey. Case in point: the Washington Post ran a story about Brett Kavanaugh's alma mater. Claiming they were hiring for a position to do damage control in the wake of the bogus allegations against Brett. Except, they've been trying to fill the position since July.
The Washington Post falsely suggested that Georgetown Preparatory School was hiring a new employee to deal with fallout from the Kavanaugh hearings, despite the school directly contradicting WaPo’s report.
Emily Heil reported on October 18 that Georgetown Prep was hiring a director of alumni relations, and wrote that the school posted the advertisement for the position this week. The article further suggested that the school was adding the position because of the news surrounding the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a Georgetown Prep alum, to the Supreme Court.
However, Heil was informed prior to publication of her article by a spokesperson for Georgetown Prep that the position was posted back in July.
Well, if you have no objections, I'll do the honors:
We have a pretty clear case here. Those Washington Post dickbags knowing their story was faker than Pamela Anderson's milk bags. Running with the story anyway. Yet, they're still oblivious as to why we think they're a bunch of lying liars who lie.
It's hard to learn of these revelations and not think the news is fake. We can only tolerate so many media falsehoods before we cease to see them as "simple mistakes." Eventually, we can't help but to view lies as what the media does.
If the media is sick of their "fake news" classification, maybe they should try telling the truth for a change. Just saying.