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WaPo spokesperson tells Fox News they scrubbed that link from Taylor Lorenz's story because they 'deemed it unnecessary'

These tweets are from Tuesday night, but they’re important. They’re important because, as Twitchy reported, Taylor Lorenz included in her hit piece on the woman behind Libs of Tik Tok a link to her real estate license, which included her address and other personal information. But when the Washington Post’s senior managing editor released a statement defending Lorenz’s reporting, she declared that “we did not publish or link to any details about her personal life.” That’s a flat-out lie. As Jerry Dunleavy and a few others noted, the Post stealth-edited the piece to remove the link to the real estate license without an explanation or editor’s note.


Fox News media reporter Joseph Wulfsohn reached out to the Post to get some clarification on that claim.

Isn’t the editor’s job to make sure things that are unnecessary aren’t included in the published piece? You post a link, and then remove it because you deemed it unnecessary after it was published? That’s not how this works.



They absolutely did.


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