On Monday, the Washington Post published a ridiculous article in which President Trump is, among other things, accused of leveling “racist attacks against four congresswomen of color dubbed ‘the Squad’.” Oh yes, the newspaper owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos argues, he can only possibly disagree with those radical leftists because he hates people of color.
In case you’ve got some time to waste today you can read the entire piece here. My advice: don’t do it, I summarized it for you, let that be enough. Every single minute you spend reading the Washington Post you’ll have to explain to God in the hereafter. Let me do it for you. After all, it’s my job. I’m sure He’ll accept that explanation.
As you’d expect from him, President Trump isn’t exactly happy with the Washington Post‘s articles. In one tweet, the leader of the free world wipes the floor with the newspaper, its owner, The Squad, and the Democratic Party:
The Amazon Washington Post did a story that I brought racist attacks against the “Squad.” No, they brought racist attacks against our Nation. All I do is call them out for the horrible things they have said. The Democrats have become the Party of the Squad!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 2, 2019
“The Amazon Washington Post did a story that I brought racist attacks against the ‘Squad’,” the president wrote earlier on Labor Day. “No, they brought racist attacks against our Nation. All I do is call them out for the horrible things they have said.” He finished it off with:
“The Democrats have become the Party of the Squad!”
The only thing we can add to that is that newspapers like the Washington Post have become the Squad’s media wing. That is not an exaggeration. Leftist newspapers are constantly siding with these antisemites. In the not-so-distant-past, a supposedly respectable newspaper like the Washington Post would have kept its distance from Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Whatshername. Nowadays, however, the WaPo is coming out in support of them, even though they regularly clash with their own party’s leaders, who are supposedly much more mainstream.