Bias Alert: Washington Post Puts Mean TWEETS (Anti-Semitic ) Above Anti-Trump DEATH THREAT To Congresswoman
The Washington Post web page features two stories that, perhaps, demonstrate its bias:
Here is the headline and teaser on the one sitting front and center below its big headlines about Donald Trump’s alleged spilling of secrets to the Russians:
The online attacks followed Mayor Mike Signer’s comments about a torch-lit rally led by white nationalist Richard Spencer to save a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Here is the one on the Post’s siderail story about a maniac who threatened to murder Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., because she backed Trump:
Granted, the second story is about an event in Arizona, the first about an event in nearby Charlottesville.
But still. Consider the difference: A congressman, who represented the district that sent shooting victim Gabrielle Giffords, a Democrat, to Congress, is threatened with murder, versus a small-town mayor who took some grief on Twitter.
Is that bias? I report. You decide.