The Washington Post was aware for more than a year of Vanessa Tyson’s claim of sexual assault against Virginia’s Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax, a Democrat who is next in line to become Governor if Ralph Northam steps down. The paper, however, declined to publish the story, claiming it could not be corroborated.
Washington Post’s National Security reporter, Adam Entous, admitted that the Russia story is a “f***ing crapshoot” because there is no evidence that Trump colluded with the Russians during the election. Yet, the Washington Post continues to roll out headlines supporting that claim. Melissa McCullough, the Director of Newsroom Operations, exposes her bias against Trump, saying “let’s just hope he doesn’t get re-elected in another three years.”
Judge Roy Moore is accused of initiating sexual contact with young women 40 years ago. Molyneux sifts out the the truth by answering these four questions: Is there a motive? What is the character of person making allegations? Timing? Are the people who are broadcasting the allegations consistent in their moral outrage?