The Washington Post Gets Roasted For Whitewashing Christmas Parade Massacre, Blaming SUV [VIDEO]

They don't even hide their bias anymore

The Washington Post has long been known by many to be a propaganda arm for lefty narratives, but this one just might take the cake.

They Tweeted out, “Here’s what we know so far on the sequence of events that led to the Waukesha tragedy caused by a SUV,” along with this article.

Paul Joesph Watson, along with many others, roasted them for attempting to blame mass murder on an intimate object.


BREAKING NEWS: The Washington Post is challenging the official story behind the Christmas parade massacre. I mean, you could accuse them of engaging in conspiracy theories, but surely they should be applauded for daring to go against the grain. According to the post, the attack was actually caused by the SUV. An SUV deliberately plowed into dozens of people. Wow, surely self-driving cars must be banned immediately. Who do we hold responsible for this tragedy? Elon Musk? Remember on 911 when the Boeing 767s attacked the World Trade Center? It’s incredible. Those bastards are still allowed to fly, considering what they did. Personally speaking, I’m still mad at that Carcano model 38 infantry carbine rifle for killing Kennedy. But in all seriousness, the Post article itself contains zero mention whatsoever of the actual killer Darrel Brooks’ extremist views, which almost certainly motivated his attack. His support for BLM, his anger at the Rittenhouse verdict, his open labeling of white people as the enemy, his call for anti-white violence. In contrast, this is how they reported on the Charlottesville attack the day after the events. Spot the difference. No mention whatsoever of the 2010 Dodge Challenger being to blame for killing Heather Heyer. Meanwhile, a man professing his support for BLM set up a GoFundMe to raise money for the Wisconsin killer. He said that Darrell Brooks was the real victim of racism. Given how BLM loves raising money to help bail out violent criminals, I’m surprised GoFundMe even suspended the page.” – Paul Joseph Watson

Washington Post ended up deleting the original Tweet, but as of this writing, their story’s narrative remained the same… the SUV did it.

Are you embarrassed that Joe Biden is our "president"?

Pure propaganda.

According to these comments online, The Washington Post isn’t fooling anyone…

“This is still less dishonest than their reporting on Rittenhouse. At least here, there was an SUV involved. Whereas, in Kenosha, there was no white supremacist involved.”

“It’s as if a self-driving car plowed into a crowd of people.”

“The Washington Compost strikes again. Ethics in journalism is dead.”

“They always switch the blame to objects instead of the person when it doesn’t fit the narrative. People are catching on.”

“The left-wing BLM and Antifa member drove down the street and killed more white people than JAN 6, and the entire left-wing media tried to downplay it. If you ever needed proof of left-wing MM bias, there you go.”

“Democracy Dies In Darkness”

“That’s silly. Everyone knows SUVs can’t drive.”

“Can never turn your back on an SUV- they’re evil bastards. And don’t even get me started on fecking station wagons!”

“That diagram makes it look like it’s the parades fault. Maybe we’ll get a “Parade crashes into runaway SUV” headline. Or better, what they probably want to say: “Parade of white supremacists celebrating a Christian holiday, terrorize black man fleeing certain murder by police.”

This piece was written by Zach Heilman on November 26, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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