WAPO Hires John Podesta as a Columnist, Flushing Last Remaining Credibility Down the Toilet

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It’s almost like The Washington Post is trying to become as in-your-face corrupt and biased as possible and is determined to lose any shred of credibility it may have left.

Last Thursday, the paper announced that John Podesta, the scandal-plagued chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 scandal-plagued presidential campaign, has joined their team:

Podesta, former chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign, will provide commentary and analysis on the intersection of politics and policy, the Trump administration and the future of the Democratic Party.

“No one knows more about how Washington works, how the White House operates, and how policy ideas are translated into reality than John Podesta,” said Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt. “His long experience in Congress, inside two Democratic White Houses and on the front lines of numerous presidential campaigns, will offer readers vital insight into Washington and politics at the start of a new era.”

As of the time of this writing, there were only a few reader comments on the announcement on the news outlet’s website, but all expressed disapproval. Here is a sampling:

“I would just like to thank the Washington Post for dropping all pretense and proving they are now just as willing as Fox News to invite questionable sources to contribute.”

“A mistake. We want agents of change, not those who cling to the past. Podesta’s a proven failure and uninteresting.”

“Not a good choice. Time for new voices, come on, WaPo, you can do much better.”

“John Podesta, friend of Dennis Hastert the child molester. Many people complain the the Russians hacked the DNC, but Podesta gave them his gmail account on a silver platter. Podesta’s password was the word password, not very creative. Read his emails and you find some strange code words, lots of talk about pizza and hotdogs which has caused a buzz on the internet dubbed pizzagate. I am sure Podesta knows his way around DC, maybe the wrong parts of DC.”

“Yeah democracy among the libs is very dark. More dark is how Compost has made a deal with devil by hiring this Satanist. You will reap what you sow.”

If WAPO wanted to choose a more controversial figure to write for their outlet, it would be difficult. Podesta was the central figure of a massive email scandal in late 2016 when WikiLeaks published 58,375 emails from his private Gmail account. Many of the emails contained material regarding Clinton’s positions and campaign strategy, her collusion with the mainstream media, her cozy relationship with bankers, pay-to-play schemes, hints of Podesta’s possible involvement in a nefarious-sounding activity called “Spirit Cooking”, and of course, the infamous #Pizzagate scandal.

Earlier Democratic National Committee (DNC) email leaks exposed a plot to sabotage Bernie Sanders and documents on Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. Those leaks led to the resignation of at least four DNC officials, including former chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz. They also revealed that interim DNC chair Donna Brazile obtained questions to a Bernie Sanders vs. Hillary CNN/TV One town hall and fed them to Hillary’s campaign people in advance.

Like the DNC and Podesta, The Washington Post isn’t a stranger to scandal.

In the article LIST: Washington Post’s Josh Rogin Has a BIG Fake News Problem, John Nolte explains how Washington Post reporter Josh Rogin recently blew three major stories in grand fashion.

Last week, WAPO, owned by Jeff (Bilderberger, CIA Contractor, and owner of Amazon), stated it is their mission to “defend democracy,” and adopted a dramatic new slogan which it claims was not in any way inspired by President Trump: “Democracy Dies in Darkness”.

In January, the paper was forced to retract an unfounded story scaremongering that Russian hackers penetrated the US electric grid.

Late last year, WAPO cited a list of over 200 supposed Russian propaganda sites (The Daily Sheeple was included on the list) produced by the shadowy PropOrNot organization in a report titled, “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say.” Melissa Dykes reported on this back in November:

Washington Post wrote a hit piece on all the sites included on ProporNot’s list, claiming the site is literally run by “experts” — without any due diligence or a shred of proof other than the site’s own claims.

Titled, “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say,” the WAPO story not only upholds the claims of a random, anonymous, and relatively new website, but a website that is formally calling on the FBI to investigate us and other alt news sites on the list for espionage.

In early December, after facing unprecedented blowback for its ridiculous report, WAPO added a lengthy editor’s note to the top of the original article in which the editor not only distances the paper from the “experts” quoted in the original article whose “work” served as the basis for the entire article, but also admits the Post could not “vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s finding regarding any individual media outlet.”

Podesta, his political party, and WAPO have something significant in common. All seem to be in denial about the huge mistakes they have made which greatly contributed to their loss of credibility. They will likely repeat those mistakes. Perhaps this new relationship is appropriate after all.

Oh, and a bit of friendly advice for WAPO: Be sure to give Podesta a very, very secure email account.

Twitter users had quite a bit to say about Podesta’s new job.

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  • John C Carleton

    So they knowingly hired a pedophilic baby murderer. How nice! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgh0xLWgA0w

    • I don’t trust Ashton Kutcher the kabbalist but the video seems good and I am going to watch it.

      • John C Carleton

        I do not trust anyone above a certain level. But as you say, good information in the video. This is going to get very nasty. There is no putting Pandora back in that box.

      • Elaine.Benes, II

        It looks a whole lot like acting with a staged background to me. In my opinion (or just because I can no longer trust that anything that goes on around any of them is real anymore).

        • Me too, that is exactly what I think.

          • Elaine.Benes, II

            Seriously. Just about 30 seconds into it, I sensed he was acting and that the people behind him were “extras” esp. the girl on his right who appears to be smiling at inappropriate moments. I believe we are constantly being duped and that nothing is real. Now I keep wondering if it was always this way or what.

          • Who lets Ashton Kutcher view child pron? Does he get a special “actors pass” or something because the last time I checked watching child porn in any capacity other than law enforcement is illegal? You’re right. Something stinks. I got the feeling of it being staged also. This pizzagate crap goes all the way to the top so there is no committee or any other government body you can appeal to because the pizza party goers ARE the system.

          • Elaine.Benes, II

            EXACTLY! each time I watched it and he said “I watched…” I thought to myself NOW WAIT A SECOND. I know I wear a tinfoil hat but I really believe they say shit like that just to gauge how ignorant we are currently.

  • Well they’re a diverse group over there and were lacking the perspective of a pedophile cannibal and now they have one so don’t be so intolerant!

  • Mike

    so they hired a lying pedophile. that pretty much means they endorse lying and pedophilia.

    • Upperthoughts

      No surprise to me……

  • Tony Nobaloney

    I wonder if the Fool changed his password?

    • Too late now, lol, but I wonder also… he seems THAT stupid which I guess you can afford to be with that much clout/power because nothing is being done so far about it.

    • john folger

      His new pass word is pediphile 1.

  • TrevorD

    “‘Birds of a feather flock together’

    • Frank

      “Show me your friends and I will tell you what you are.” Podesta is a creepy ass pedo and the WaPo knows it but they hire him anyway. Says a lot more about the WaPo then it does about Pedodesta.

      • lastnerve

        Birds of-a-feather?

  • john folger

    With all of the 10000 to 100000 peddifiles they might be able to expand there reader base. The Washington post knows how to replace there reader base.with the type of people that read that type of paper.

  • Austinniceguy

    ROTFFLMFAO!!!! Excellent judgment from the idiots who run that worthless, useless rag. Of course they really believe that since the idiots and morons who believe the lies they print think Podesta is a stand up citizen. What will Wikileaks come up with on this latest development?

  • john folger

    The ultra left ,cnn, will not talk about pedestal, because they were told it is not PC.

  • Guy

    I can’t believe the Washington Compost is this stupid .They are rabidly looking for downfall .As if it wasn’t happening already.

  • Numb3rTech

    Does this mean the WaPo will all become Pedophiles now? Podesta can handle all the orders for that fake news outlet!

  • debar

    He isn’t going to write for WAPO….He’s going to head up the daycare center for staff’s children.

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  • whydowanttoknow

    WAPO is being genius. They know how lazy their reporters are, a story has to fall into their laps to get a scoop. They also know sooner or later someone is going to blow Podesta’s head off, so they want their reporters to have the advantage.

    • Bruce O’Ryan

      Works for me…