How To Fact-Check The Washington Post!
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Last year, I got a letter from a reporter at the Washington Post — so it wasn’t a request from an actual journalist. The proper phrase would be fake reporter or bogus journalist or print-worm. This happens from time to time.
Just last year, I humiliated the Post’s “national correspondent” Philip Bump so badly that he was forced to correct his work. This year, the Post’s unhinged “social media expert” Taylor Lorenz attacked me as a “top extremist influencer” in a major article that was so complimentary about my influence that I thanked her on Twitter for the free promotion.
Why do the frauds at the Washington Post keep coming for me?
Well, they know that I have a much bigger audience than they do — and it really upsets them.
After all: they can read the numbers on Twitter and Substack like everybody else.
Here’s the letter.
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