Democrats and their allies in mainstream media have continuously tried to paint President Trump as some Russian asset working against the American Republic and its interests.
A tweet being widely shared online shows just how far the Washington Post is willing to go to push that Russian narrative.
The tweet shows four pictures of separate headlines which shows a clearing escalation from a member of Congress being a “Russian asset,” to a congressional leader, to President Trump, and to a claim of “the entire Republican Party becoming a Russian asset.”
Check out these headlines:
It has come to this?: Ted Cruz is Putin’s stooge
Mitch McConnell is a Russian asset
Here are 18 reasons Trump could be a Russian asset
The entire Republican Party is becoming a Russia asset
The Washington Post Opinion page: If you don't agree with us, you must be a Russian asset pic.twitter.com/AZSeyySOlM
— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) December 8, 2019
Josh Holmes, the former Chief of Staff and campaign manager to U.S. Senator Leader Mitch McConnell, replied simply: “This is amazing.”
This is amazing. https://t.co/RqGmclqcOQ
— Josh Holmes (@HolmesJosh) December 9, 2019
Check out below for how some people responded to the clear agenda-driven publications, per Twitchy:
Russian asset… pic.twitter.com/GMisB3iW0N
— LORD SCREWTAPE (@screwtape1a12) December 9, 2019
What comes after parody?
— James C. King 💯% 🦁 (@Fils_d_Artemis) December 9, 2019
Or they’re a Russian asset.
— Closeted News Junkie (@NewsCloset) December 9, 2019
It's nice that Trump made Democrats realize the existence of Russia. Welcome to the party. We have been here for 30 years.
— Courtney Shadegg (@CShadegg) December 8, 2019
Desperation time at the Washington Post. Sad to see a once respected newspaper flush themselves down the toilet.
— Marilynn Slade (@MarilynnSlade) December 9, 2019
Oh those are the Russianest assets are you kidding
— Ron Coleman (@RonColeman) December 9, 2019
I don’t like Trump at all, but can’t reasonable people acknowledge what an absolute joke The Washington Post has become? Can most people not see the severe shortcomings of both sides?
— NotVinnyCerrato🙊 (@95hoo) December 9, 2019
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