The Washington Post accuses President Trump of lying and fomenting violence.
Let’s be clear. It isn’t the president who is “lying about the election.” It’s the Washington Post and its left-wing media pals. [and who's fomenting hate and violence?}
Where in the world would people like that get such hatred of Donald Trump?
Perhaps from reading articles like this one in August 2015 in … the Washington Post? Donald Trump: Spokesman for birthers, truthers, and Internet trolls
Or this one in February 2016:Donald Trump’s intolerable cruelty
Or this one in February 2016: Walking in David Duke’s shadow: Trump treads a well-worn path of bigotry
Or this one in May 2016: This is how fascism comes to America
Or this in July 2016: Donald Trump is a unique threat to American democracy
Or this in August 2016: Donald Trump makes his most dangerous comments yet
Or this in September 2016: Don’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It belittles Hitler.
Or this in October 2016: How much damage could a President Trump do? We can only begin to imagine.
And on January 20, 2017? At 12:27 p.m., a mere 27 minutes after Trump took the oath of office, there was this from the Post: The campaign to impeach President Trump has begun
And there are more — oh so many, many more pieces like this that have been vomited forth by the Washington Post. Depicting candidate Trump and President Trump as a bigot, Hitler, a fascist, dangerous, and a threat to democracy. He is the president they demanded be impeached — 27 minutes after he was sworn in....
Let’s be crystal clear. There is no place for violence in the American election process.
But the realization that to the degree that it may appear it is because the Washington Post and others in the liberal media have devoted five years to vilifying a good and decent man — and his supporters — while they themselves repeatedly — and dangerously — undermined democracy.
The Post’s motto is “Democracy Dies in Darkness.”
But the paper has absolutely no problem with demanding Americans accept the death of democracy that is the obvious result when elections appear to be stolen.
Like this one.