The Washington Post’s behavior lately goes so far beyond mere bias that it looks like a caricature cooked up by a comedian or saboteur. The paper’s bid to fix the Virginia gubernatorial election is right out of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.
Washington Post is trying to destroy Mcdonnel like they did Allen
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Alinsky, the communist organizer who was Barack Obama’s political lodestar, prescribes a simple strategy to win: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” (p. 130) The Post has launched a bald-faced attempt to “freeze” GOP candidate Robert McDonnell. It would be funny if it were not such a serious breach of journalistic ethics.
The campaign began on August 30, with a top of the page, single column headline, “’89 Thesis a Different Side of McDonnell: Va. GOP candidate Wrote on Women, Marriage and Gays.” It was right next to a gigantic, five-column headline honoring Ted Kennedy: ‘We Loved This Kind and Tender Hero.’ Just below was a photo of a mourner holding a large American flag.
Ted a hero! McDonnell a fundamentalist bigot!
Read More: By Robert Knight, American Thinker