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The Washington Post has been making a lot of waves since Trump got elected, changing their slogan to “Democracy Dies in Darkness” and painting any non-Clinton supporter (liberal or conservative) as a Russian propagandist.
But their biggest splash was when they affected the Alabama Senate race with a conveniently-timed story accusing candidate Roy Moore of child rape.
Now, a bombshell story in the Washington Free Beacon claims that WaPo and Democratic Party big-shots are meeting in secret to strategize together.
The enormity of the story can’t be exaggerated. What is “news” anymore if it’s being planned out in advance with a partisan-fanatic agenda?
More from the Free Beacon:
Washington Post reporter Janell Ross gave a presentation at a secretive California gathering where Democratic politicians, liberal activists, and their biggest donors plotted the future of the progressive movement without notifying her superiors that she would be attending, according to a Post spokesman.
The Democracy Alliance went to great lengths to keep the identities of its members and guests confidential at its fall investment conference last week at the La Costa Resort, but the Washington Free Beacon obtained a detailed conference agenda that lists both events and featured guests.
Among them was Ross, a national reporter who closely covered the 2016 presidential campaign for the Washington Post and has since continued to cover the Trump administration.
Ross sat on a panel to assist conference-goers on the topic of “getting the economic narrative right” in future elections, according to the agenda, which can be viewed in full here.
Ross, whose panel was sandwiched by a talk with liberal billionaire George Soros and a message by Democratic senator Amy Klobuchar (Minn.) on Russian interference in the 2016 election, helped attendees explore questions such as: “What do progressives stand for?”
The panel was framed in the agenda as a response to the 2016 election, in which Democrats were criticized for failing to understand the economic concerns in areas of the country carried by President Trump.
Yeah. “Framed” is about right.