(RightWing.org) – On November 3, Special Counsel John Durham filed an indictment against Igor Danchenko. The charging documents showed former Clinton operative Charles Dolan provided portions of fictitious information for parts of the widely debunked Steele Dossier. The Washington Post (WAPO) quickly scampered about revising previous articles it published, pushing the fake Russia hoax.
WAPO began its cover-up by altering two articles that incorrectly identified Steele’s source as Sergei Millian, a Belarusian-American businessman and former head of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce. The notoriously Left-leaning newspaper removed videos accompanying both articles and added notes advising readers of the changes.
Washington Post has corrected over a dozen articles related to Steele dossier coveragehttps://t.co/k6RCOBJtPZ
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 18, 2021
Continuing their white-washing efforts, WAPO added editor’s notes to as many as 14 additional articles. At the direction of Sally Buzbee, WAPO’s executive editor, reporters deleted portions of several of the articles and replaced headlines.
The articles altered by WAPO staff covered more than two years’ worth of erroneous reporting on the now-infamous Russia hoax. The so-called news organization originally published the first altered article in March 2017. The final modified article in the series hit the internet in early 2019.
One must wonder how many other false articles WAPO has posted over the years in its long-standing effort to undermine Donald Trump’s presidency and legacy.
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