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A Washington Post reporter plotted with George Soros to advance the leftist agenda.  The Washington Post is ironically promoting the Quran to fight the Islamophobia false narrative.  And of course the Washington Post is publishing fake news.  Forevermark Diamonds is a frequent advertiser at washingtonpost.com.  De Beers Group owns Forevermark Diamonds.  AngloAmerican owns De Beers Group.
Plotting with George Soros to advance the leftist agenda.

Fox News published a report titled:  Washington Post reporter caught plotting liberal agenda with billionaire George Soros.  The article states in part:

Allegedly unbiased Washington Post reporter Janell Ross spoke at a top-secret meeting of liberal movers and shakers last week, where Democratic donors including billionaire George Soros outlined the future of their progressive agenda.

A Post spokesperson told the Washington Free Beacon that Ross took part of the California event “without notifying her superiors that she would be attending.”  LOL.  If you can believe the post spokesperson. 

Pushing the Quran to fight the Islamophobia false narrative:

The Washington Post published an article titled:  Educating Americans to Defuse Islamophobia.  The article states in part:  

“Like many well-meaning observers, Wills hopes to educate readers about Islam in an effort to defuse Islamophobia. His book is directed at those who know little about the religion beyond what they glean from unsavory headlines. His premise is noble enough: that ignorance can be fought with knowledge. If only more people became more informed about the Koran, they might not believe those who insist that Islam is a dangerous religion. So it’s hard to fault Wills for some cliched reassurances. For example, he writes of al-Qaeda and the soldiers of the Islamic State: ‘The minority fanatics seem to be unaware of their own traditions.’”

Fake news

The Daily Wire published an article titled Fake News Factory — Another Disastrous Week For 'The Washington Post'.  The article states in part: 

If anyone had told me that any news outlet was capable of spewing more Fake News than CNN, I would have laughed in their face. I was wrong. Over the past week, the left-wing Washington Post has published an astonishing amount of Fake News, a torrent of lies, and all of it aimed directly at President Trump.

This is not the first time The Washington Post has engaged in a spree of Fake News. Over just a few days in late January and early February, Post staffer Josh Rogin published three anti-Trump BOMBSHELLS that eventually blew up in his lying face. After The Daily Wire exposed and compiled Rogin's sins, two extraordinary things happened: (1) Rogin hasn't published anymore Fake News (that we know of) and (2) Rogin also hasn't published any big scoops.

The Federalist published an article titled 16 Fake News Stories Reporters Have Run Since Trump Won.  The article states in part regarding one fake news story published by the Washington Post:  On January 26, the Washington Post’s Josh Rogin published what seemed to be a bombshell report declaring that “the State Department’s entire senior management team just resigned.” ... There was just one problem: the story was more a load of bunk.

The Washington Post reporter’s plotting with George Soros leaves little doubt that some if not a lot of the news reported by the Washington Post will be so biased that it will result in deceiving the public for the benefit of the leftist agenda.

The Washington Post article claiming that if more people read the Quran they would be less fearful of the Islamist agenda is dubious and dangerous to public safety.  There are dozens of texts in the Quran that would actually increase the public’s alarm regarding Islam not diffuse it.  Most people will consider the advocacy in this article without reading the Quran.  The leftist’s “defusing Islamophobia” in the current environment of unprecedented Islamic terrorist attacks worldwide will have dire consequences as more people will have a “diffused” desire to “say something if they see something.”

Fake news is intellectual cancer.  It spreads through the public metastasizing malignant thoughts to the minds and souls of Americans.  Once spread fake news has done its damage.

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