Too Busy Remembering “Revered” Soleimani? WaPo Inaccurately Reports Number of Americans Killed in Benghazi
The Washington Post loves to eulogize terrorists who kill U.S. citizens, yet, cannot even accurately report the number of Americans killed in the Benghazi attacks.
PJ Media writes that “reporter” David Nakamura incorrectly stated the number of Americans killed in the 2012 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Libya in a Jan 5 article titled In confrontation with Iran, Trump wrestles with the shadow of Obama, ‘the metric he has to beat.’
The article discussed President Trump’s tweet about the attack on the American Embassy in Baghdad last week, where he called the incident “The Anti-Benghazi” after he quickly deployed U.S. military resources to end the breach.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 31, 2019
Nakamura wrote, “He was alluding to a siege on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Libya in 2012 in which two Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stephens, were killed — a tragedy for which Republicans faulted Obama’s administration for not securing the facility and for a muddied public accounting of what happened.”
Someone needs to educate The Washington Post and inform them that the United States actually lost four brave Americans during that attack: Glen Doherty, Ty Woods, Chris Stevens, and Sean Smith.
As of today, the Post appears to have not had time to correct its story.
Jeff Bezos’ publication does have time, however, to eulogize terrorists like ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and Iranian monster, Soleimani.
On Twitter last week, the publication posted an article about Soleimani’s death and wrote, “Breaking news: Airstrike at Baghdad airport kills Iran’s most revered military leader, Qasem Soleimani, Iraqi state television reports.”
Breaking news: Airstrike at Baghdad airport kills Iran’s most revered military leader, Qasem Soleimani, Iraqi state television reports https://t.co/NbZW4DaWvD
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 3, 2020
In October the liberal rag published an obituary headline for former ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which called the murderous terrorist an “austere religious scholar.”
The Washington Post has now changed its description of ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi from “Terrorist in Chief” to “Austere Religious Scholar” to “Extremist Leader” pic.twitter.com/h899LvZVLX
— JERRY DUNLEAVY (@JerryDunleavy) October 27, 2019