The Washington Post did not have a problem running unverified sexual assault and abuse allegations that would tilt the outcome of an Alabama Senate race, did it have a problem suppressing unverified sexual assault allegations in the VA gubernatorial race?

Seems like it.

And, it goes without saying, that the Post had no problem printing any accusation against Kavanaugh, no matter how wild or unverified.

Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax then went a little too far when he tried to use the WaPo’s suppression of the story as proof that it was untrue.

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The Post wasn’t willing to go that far and put out a statement claiming that it suppressed the story because it was unverified.

That hasn’t stopped the Post before. It only suppresses “unverified” sexual allegations about Democrats, not Republicans.

Courtesy of Freedom Outpost

Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield

My name is Daniel Greenfield. I am a blogger and columnist born in Israel and living in New York City. I am a  Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and a contributing editor at Family Security Matters. My original biweekly column appears at Front Page Magazine and my blog articles regularly appear at Family Security Matters, the Jewish PressTimes of IsraelAct for America and Right Side News, as well as daily at the Canada Free Press and a number of other outlets. I have a column titled Western Front at Israel National News and my op eds have also appeared in the New York Sun, the Jewish Press and at FOX Nation.

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