The Washington Post Blatantly Lies & Fabricates Sources — Article On Comey’s Firing & Rosenstein

Failure of the mainstream media’s comparing the Comey Firing to Nixon’s Saturday Night Massacre is another downfall of them.

The Washington Post seems to have this problem of blatantly lying to push a narrative. I don’t get it. Well, I do, but I don’t get how people can be so easily fooled in this day and age. It also doesn’t help people are not taught a proper history lesson in schools. This quote is a good starting point from them.

For more than 40 years, virtually every major scandal in American politics has been likened to Watergate. But no presidential deed — not Ronald Reagan’s trading of arms for hostages in Iran-contra, not Bill Clinton’s cover-up of his affair with a young White House aide in the Monica Lewinsky affair — ever rivaled any of Richard Nixon’s serial abuses of executive power in their gravity.
Until now.

You see my point here? That quote is from this Washington Post article.

I am going to break down what happened with regards to Archibald Cox and the Saturday Night Massacre because I feel many are lacking context and could learn a thing or two from the actual history of it. You see that image to the left? That’s it. That’s the gist of it, anyway. Did anything like that happen with the firing of FBI Dir. James Comey? No? I rest my case.

But the mainstream media and the politicians and pundits on the left are calling this incident the “Tuesday Afternoon Massacre.” How on earth are they linking the two? Unless their entire point is to deceive and push a false narrative, nothing else explains why they would blatantly lie. Then again, the massive amounts of money they spend on the psychology aspect with wanting to influence you and shape how you think and what to think basically fits this entire situation.

Now, I want to focus on some Washington Post articles and will bring it all back into perspective at the end. These are a few articles that have come out over this situation.

This quote is from this Washington Post article. WaPo was pushing this article hard last night with a massive Tweetstorm. They had multiple “journalists” retweeting it and sending out their own Tweets to the article. But the statement doesn’t make any sense. Rosenstein literally said Comey needs to be removed.

Rosenstein threatened to resign after the narrative emerging from the White House on Tuesday evening cast him as a prime mover of the decision to fire Comey and that the president acted only on his recommendation, said the person close to the White House, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.

This is the final paragraph from Rosenstein’s letter. How is that not calling for the firing of James Comey?

Wait a minute! What do we have here? Someone from CNN refuting what the Washington Post is trying to say. See the problem here? I think we can take a guess as to who’s right. You can look at the last paragraph and then the statement from Laura Jarrett and draw a conclusion that the Washington Post may be pushing an agenda with their false statements. Not really surprising but very dangerous.

Now, here, we have another Washington Post article. It starts out like this:

The Post’s Sari Horwitz scooped late Wednesday night that Rosenstein threatened to resign after the White House said he was the one who got the ball rolling on firing Comey. ABC’s Jonathan Karl has confirmed this with a source.

See what I mean? They just keep citing their own news articles for their sources of information. Who the hell does that?

Here is another Washington Post article claiming Comey had sought more funding in the Russian investigation right before he was fired.

Last week, then-FBI Director James B. Comey requested more resources from the Justice Department for his bureau’s investigation into collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, according to two officials with knowledge of the discussion.

Then just this morning, Acting FBI Director McCabe just refuted that. Literally, he stated that is not the process to request additional funding and then said their funding is fine (paraphrasing here, watch the clip to learn more).

So, who the hell are their sources? Are they just blatantly made up to push a narrative? It would seem that is the case just from these few articles.

I focused on The Washington Post mostly because they make it too easy. That and John Podesta works there along with concerns about it being a CIA front. It brings up the credibility with what I just outlined in this quick article of mine. You now have CNN articles that link back to the Washington Post and that even more so proves my point with needing new media alternatives. I don’t mean just random people on random sites. I mean a collective to something similar to CRTV but way bigger. Something filled with big names of those on the right and left for new media. When I say left, I mean people like Dave Rubin and others like him. I don’t mean wack jobs like Fake Jake Tapper.

What the Washington Post illustrates is propaganda. No way to argue against it when we have sources and information to refute what their “sources” are saying. People are slowly starting to wake up but the problem is there are no real “big” alternatives to the mainstream media. As of right now, the mainstream media still reigns supreme and it will take a bit of time before that begins to erode. I have a feeling it may happen sooner than we think. I will leave you with this Tweet.

But muh narratives!
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