The character assassination of the newest member of the Supreme Court of the United States continued this week as the far-left Washington Post chose to file a story about Justice Brett Kavanaugh returning to coach his daughter’s basketball team under their “public safety” category, The Hill reported.
Kavanaugh reportedly returned to coaching his daughter’s team over the Thanksgiving holiday after still unproven attacks by the far-left and media led Kavanaugh to tell the Senate Judiciary Committee last month that he was concerned he “may never be able to coach again.”
The Washington Post’s decision to file the story under the “public safety” section of their website was first flagged by National Republican Senatorial Committee member Logan Dobson on Twitter.
Dobson also pointed out that the Kavanaugh story was posted above a piece on a 6-year-old child being struck by a bus in Maryland.
yes truly this is where a story about a local youth basketball coach belongs pic.twitter.com/SSepTvi80q
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— Logan Dobson (@LoganDobson) November 27, 2018
The Kavanaugh story was also posted in the same company as a headline that read “Man slain Monday night in Shaw area of Northwest.”
As is the typical M.O. of the mainstream media when they’re caught in situations such as this, a Washington Post spokesperson attempted to paint the ordeal as a simple mistake.
The Hill – A spokesperson for The Washington Post said stories written by the author of the piece on Kavanaugh automatically default to the public safety category. The spokesperson said the story on Kavanaugh should not have been and that it would no longer appear under that category.
The story is not categorized as “local” though it can still be seen on a page cataloging the Post’s public safety stories.
Despite these type of efforts by the far-left and media to destroy Kavanaugh, the Justice was confirmed to the Supreme Court by a 51-49 vote in early October.
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