The media did all it could to drag 78-year-old Joe Biden out of his basement and across the finish line in November, but now they’ve got a runoff election in Georgia that will determine the makeup of the Senate. It’s a high stakes election because it will determine if the Senate will act as a rubber stamp for Biden’s and the House’s liberal legislation, and the Washington Post is doing what it can to make that happen. WaPo fact-checker Glenn Kessler has already debunked the GOP’s attacks on Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff … well, all but the biggest ones.

Warnock has been tied to the anti-Semitic Nation of Islam, Jeremiah Wright, and Fidel Castro, accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife, and was arrested for interfering with a police investigation into suspected child abuse at his church camp for children. But the Washington Post wants us to know, in the final days before the election, that the former-preacher is campaigning “for the moral high ground” in hopes to convince voters “that God is on his side.”

So the Washington Post’s campaign contribution this week is to play up the “man of God” angle? Hard pass. We’ve seen footage of his sermons.