By Madeline Osburn:
Reporting misconstrued facts, making knowingly deceptive omissions, and writing columns defending terrorists are just a few things Washington Post journalists were up to this week.
Considering the current state of our media class, cataloging a single newspaper’s patterns of journalistic malpractice is a seemingly pointless task. And yet, when a publication claims to be the purveyor of preventing our democracy from dying in darkness, the importance of cataloging its very dark week becomes imperative — you know, for democracy’s sake.
Here’s how the Washington Post’s banner week in bad journalism went down.
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