The Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan recently teamed up with colleague Dana Milbank in an attempt to prove that the media has failed President Biden (White House chief of Staff Ron Klain appreciated the effort). Sullivan thinks Fox News in another failure, and in a column, she’s taken aim at Nazi references and the alleged promotion of conspiracy theories:
Lara Logan, Anthony Fauci and hitting new lows on Fox News. My new column https://t.co/DMocIdeYl2
— 💫 Margaret Sullivan (@Sulliview) December 8, 2021
First of all, there’s no need to watch Fox News for any Nazi references when they can be found in the Washington Post:
Your Newspaper a year ago. pic.twitter.com/SbL87KLfJv
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) December 8, 2021
— FlyMeAway84 🛩 🏝 (@Away84Me) December 8, 2021
And when it comes to promoting conspiracy theories, there’s a reason the Post has been doing some backpedaling on their previous reporting on the Steele dossier and “Russia collusion.”
"dangerous conspiracy theories"? I don't remember Carlson promoting russiagate.
— Michael Marcoux (@MichaelMarcou19) December 8, 2021
The Post has since been doing some serious cleanup on that giant pile of journalistic fail.
WaPo definitely knows all about hitting lows. https://t.co/LRnqTIJbQJ
— Thumperella 5×5 (@17donttread76) December 8, 2021
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