Mar 28 2007

Washington Post Lies To Readers

Published by at 3:08 pm under All General Discussions

When a statement is made which is 3/4’s positive and 1/4 negative, and the media pretend the only thing said was the 1/4 negative, you have a clear and simple case of lying. More than a ‘half-truth’ it is a complete misrepresenation. The Washington Post has been caught lying to its readers, who should demand a refund. This is not reporting, this is propaganda at a level Joseph Goebbels would admire.

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Washington Post Lies To Readers”

  1. crosspatch says:

    The Washington Post has been lying to its readers for decades. There were popular bumper stickers in the early/mid 1980’s that said: “I Don’t Believe The Post”. I was also a charter subscriber to The Washington Times when it first became available for home delivery when I lived in Fairfax County, VA. Unlike many other cities, people in DC have an alternative paper. I wish we had one where I live.

  2. BarbaraS says:

    So what else is new?

  3. crosspatch says:

    Here’s amother issue/scandal you are never going to see in the press.

    Culture of Corruption: Diane Feinstein Edition?

  4. For Enforcement says:

    The Post didn’t invent lying to their readers, they are a charter member of “dishonest press” way too numerous to name.