As we told you earlier today, the Democrat narrative about a reference to “Devil’s Triangle” in an old Brett Kavanaugh yearbook went down the drain:
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 4, 2018
We seem to be reaching a point where the media will get around to focusing on actual facts and not just helping the Left push a sensational and irresponsible narrative. Case in point, the Washington Post’s Aaron Blake:
I missed this last week. We've also had people who were present at the time who confirm Kavanaugh's claims that "FFFF" was how Squi said the f-word and that "Devil's Triangle" was a drinking game. https://t.co/fIMHMoIwYt
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) October 4, 2018
Narrator: By "missed" he means 'made absolutely no attempt to verify because he WANTED Kavanaugh to be lying.' https://t.co/vyrIAr8Vxz
— Jeff McIrish (@JeffMcIrish) October 4, 2018
"Missed"?> You guys DELIBERATELY "missed" a lot of stuff in the last couple of weeks. https://t.co/6accsVKgyj
— Sister Toldjah 🤔 (@sistertoldjah) October 4, 2018
There’s certainly been more than enough embarrassment to go around for many “objective” journos who have covered the Kavanaugh story:
“Now that we realize we can’t stop this, we’re going to try to save face by pretending to have reported on all the stuff we ignored when we were acting as Democratic parrots.”
— Chris Winburn (@chwinburn) October 4, 2018
"missed" it. right.
— Frederick Aloysius Johnston III (@lolidkmybffrose) October 4, 2018
We probably haven’t seen the end of the media’s “oops we missed that” approach.