TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2022
Online Post drops Pelosi: In print editions, it's on the front page of today's Washington Post, appearing beneath these headlines:
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It was right there, on the front page, as of 6 A.M.
But that was then, and this is now! As of 11 A.M., that news report isn't available on the nearly endless front page of the online Washington Post.
That report just isn't there! Apparently, the online Post had to make room on its endless front page for such pressing reports as these:
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As of 11 A.M., those reports all appeared on the nearly endless front page of the online Post. The report about the attack on Paul Pelosi didn't.
We decided to see if the report could be found anywhere at all. When we clicked over to the POLITICS page of the online Post, we did find the print edition's front-page report—but Good Lord!
It was seventeenth on the list of reports on the POLITICS page! It was positioned well below this evergreen survivor:
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So it goes at the online Washington Post, thye dumbest publication in town.
In closing, let's review:
At 6 A.M., it sat on the front page of the print edition of the Washington Post. It was right there on A1!
Five hours later, it lay on the junkheap. At the braindead online Washington Post, someone thought it was more important to teach you "how to survive a crowd crush and why they can become deadly," as if you actually need to know such things.
Also, how to choose a throw blanket! Very, very key!
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