Washington Post is in serious war with Trump

Washington, DC. Americans rely on a number of news outlets for the “truth,” but none are more highly regarded than the Washington Post. Its reputation was cemented in America back in the 1970s during the Watergate crisis, but now decades latter and a new change in ownership and the old horse ain’t what it used to be.

There is little doubt and very obvious that the discredited Washington media is helping to lead the Deep State establishment effort to overthrow President Donald J. Trump, America’s duly elected president who has angered the political swamp by promising to drain it.

One of the major media players in this effort is the Washington Post, a once-respected news outlet that has become little more than a fake news outlet filled with CIA bought lies, innuendo and allegations. Owned by Amazon founder and multi-billionaire Jeff Bezos, it has to be said that he is no fan of Trump, especially after Trump made a threat to break up what he called the Amazon oligarchy.

The same year Bezos bought the Washington Post, 2013, he was awarded a $600 million contract from the CIA. A conflict of interest which Bezos’ paper to this day never discloses per universal journalistic protocol when reporting on US intelligence.

Since the November defeat of Hillary Clinton, the Washington Post has become the biggest cheerleader for the Washington establishment and Deep State, which of course includes the vast intelligence community led primarily by the CIA. What’s more, the paper has been out front pushing the false narrative that the Russians “colluded” with the Trump campaign to “steal” the election from the hapless Hillary Clinton, a charge for which there is absolutely no evidence to support.

Experts point to the documented story that emails from the Democratic National Committee published by WikiLeaks were leaked to the site and not hacked by the Russians as proof that the Russians narrative is losing its validity. News outlets nationwide reported earlier this week that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich was found to have been in contact with WikiLeaks via email, and that he made contacts with Gavin MacFadyen, an American investigative reporter who is now deceased.

The U.K.’s Daily Mail, noted also that the Russians were not the source of the DNC emails; that they were sent to the whistleblower website by a disgruntled DNC staffer upset at how the organization was rigging the Democratic nomination against Sen. Bernie Sanders in favor of Hillary Clinton.


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