The Washington Post Story? I Smell A RAT!

Posted May 15th, 2017 by Iron Mike

The Washington Post (owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos) is running with banner headlines that a clumsy Trump dropped a ‘highly classified secret’ to Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov during their meeting last week.
They site “current and former US Officials”.   I smell a total RAT!  Maybe several!

Jeff Bezos is such a screaming LibTurd that a few years back he blatantly published a book – a pedophiles “how to” book on seducing young children into having sex.

Then he bought the failing Washington Post – as his personal mouthpiece – pouring his billions into the failing rag.

Today he’s running a story claiming that “Trump inadvertently disclosed sensitive sources and methods” – by revealing the name of a city where some key ISIS information was found.

Yet the three Americans in the room with Lavorv all claim it never happened.

So,…DOES THE POST HAVE A STORY?

Or,…do they have a fabrication?

If,…IF...Trump blundered,…it hardly rises to the level of Hillary’s private server and her hundreds of super-classified documents on that bathroom server…. It would be accidental versus Hillary’s calculated and deliberate security breaches.

BUT,…if it is a FABRICATION,…I smell the hatred of Jeff Bezos bubbling over,  perhaps aided and abetted by such well-known leakers as James Clapper.

But after the uproar over the Comey firing, and now this “security breach” story,…it seems high time that Trump says goodbye to some Klingons who are proving themselves anything but loyal or professional.

As for Bezos and the Washington Post,….anybody remember when Bezos had them portray Ted Cruz and his daughters as monkeys?   Talk about a no-class LibTurd!

Guess what Bezos….?

All the money in the world can’t make you into either a gentleman – or a patriot.

You are just a very rich turd!


Aw…could the Post have gotten their ‘facts’ wrong…?

6 Responses to “The Washington Post Story? I Smell A RAT!”

  1. Raymond Smithson

    Commie puke for sure, me thinks.

  2. GreenBeretLTC

    Jeff Bezos…..another example of the deterrent value of the death penalty.

  3. Hawk1776

    Bezos is a liberal tool. Unfortunately he is worth about fifty billion or so dollars and owns the Washington Post. He can do a lot of damage.

    Reporters used to ask five questions: Who, What, Where, Why and When. So I’ll ask them:

    Who reported the leak? “Current and former U.S. officials” could be anyone. Drill down and get a name.

    What exactly was leaked? “Classified information” doesn’t cut it. The name of a city where something might have happened doesn’t cut it.

    Where was the information leaked? Presumably in the White House. Who was present when the leak occurred (which should help to identify who leaked the leak).

    Why was the information leaked? Was some information necessarily revealed? How about some context?

    When did the leak occur? Presumably during a meeting last week. When did the event discussed in the leak occur?

    The Washington Post and New York Times are blatantly anti-Trump. Anything they publish is suspect. We are the subject of a dis-information campaign conducted from within our borders. Stay vigilant and verify everything that is reported.

  4. Meat And Potatoes

    Listening to Beck as I write. He is playing into the LSM hands. Media has gone to just writing anything.. Anything. Goebbels would be proud.
    We have always been at war with Eastasia

  5. John Pagel

    More Libel “FAKE NEWS”. The SEC of State and a National Security advisor that were both in the room during the meeting said it didn’t happen. But we can’t believe two named sources, we have to believe an “UN-NAMED” source.

  6. Walter Knight

    The 24/7 anti-Trump fake news by the liberal media is getting old. Now, the media’s credibility is destroyed to the point that nothing the media says is believed anymore.

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