Watching Democrats and the mainstream media (pardon the redundancy) try to put a negative spin on positive economic news is always laughable, but the Washington Post is swinging for the bias fences with the tail end of this headline:
U.S. named world’s most competitive economy for the first time in 10 years, despite fraying social fabric https://t.co/cYT0v9th4Z
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 17, 2018
Democracy Dies in Darkness, but the lack of any kind of objectivity lives in broad daylight:
"Despite the Left's constant state of creating civil unrest, America is booming and it kinda sucks." -Washington Post https://t.co/61IJbyaG7h
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) October 17, 2018
At least they’re right up front about it.
— Scott Abell (@sla1313) October 17, 2018
And it shows.
Even good news is bad news for the Post
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) October 17, 2018
"despite fraying social fabric" WaPo you will literally write anything you can to diminish any positive
— Not All Who Wander Are Lost 🦅🇺🇲 (@SeppTheTrusted) October 17, 2018
Now rewrite this as if a Democrat was the president. https://t.co/CAbG5afyhe
— Rev. Dr. Professor Chandler Boof (@GhostChandlers) October 17, 2018
The headline certainly wouldn’t have contained those last four words.