It’s been a month since a presidential election that has since stretched out all the way up to today, and the Washington Post is doing a fresh brand of journalisming:
The Post is asking every Republican member of Congress the same three questions today. We will report back their answers.
The questions are: pic.twitter.com/P1ptrZU4cr
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 3, 2020
Well, that certainly seems to be something new and self-unaware:
Don't recall you asking Democrats similar questions in 2016. https://t.co/Mgs0VQ94L7
— Angus T. Kirk (@angusparvo) December 3, 2020
I wanted Democrats and the media to answer these same questions about Trump for the last four years but no one asked. https://t.co/MXAloubW2I
— Mike LaChance (@MikeLaChance33) December 3, 2020
I missed the 2016 edition of this. ? https://t.co/FMsYL8IWzP
— Anna James Zeigler (@ajzeigler) December 3, 2020
So did we.
Don't recall the Post asking every Democratic member of Congress in 2016 if they thought Russia stole the election from Hillary Clinton https://t.co/jWL3Af1cXw
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 3, 2020
Cool cool. You did this in 2016 right? https://t.co/1MPmFt5hWB
— tsrblke (@tsrblke) December 3, 2020
Did you ask similar questions in 2016? https://t.co/fprx7rMjoE
— (((Aaron “Worthing” Walker))) (@AaronWorthing) December 3, 2020
Did these clowns ask Hillary these questions in 2016 when she created a conspiracy theory that Russia rigged our election? https://t.co/de7M8DV2Ga
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) December 3, 2020
Gee, we don’t seem to recall that at all.
Ask a Democrat who won in 2000 and 2016
— Anonymous Gritty (@TBDGritty) December 3, 2020
Back then the Washington Post was too busy helping Democrats push the narrative (and it continued for years).
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