The Jeff Bezos owned-and-operated Washington Post has now corrected more than a dozen of its fake news articles concerning the disproved and thoroughly debunked Steele dossier, Just the News reported.
The mainstream newspaper discreetly apologized, suggesting that reporters “could no longer stand by the accuracy” of some of their reporting.
In its attempt to undo history and cover over its fake news reporting, the Washington Post has altered headlines, removed lengthy sections of articles that pointed to Sergei Millian as the dossier’s primary source, and deleted all videos that pertain to the same.
John Durham, a special counsel who is leading the investigation that discredited the dossier, indicted Russian Igor Danchenko on the grounds that he lied about his information source for the dossier.
Initially, the Washington Post reported Millian supplied much of the information in the dossier. Now the leftist newspaper is looking to undo the narrative that it spun.
According to its revisions, Danchenko “may have gotten his information about the hotel encounter not from Millian but from a Democratic Party operative with long-standing ties to Hillary Clinton.”
The Post added the following message to select revised articles:
“An earlier version of this story published March 29, 2017, referred to previous reporting in The Washington Post that Belarusan-American businessman Sergei Millian had been a source of information for a dossier of unverified allegations against Donald Trump. In November 2021, The Post removed that material from the original 2017 story after the account was contradicted by allegations in a federal indictment and undermined by further reporting. References to the initial report have been removed from this piece.”
That comes as too little, too late, as the radicals and fake news promulgators at the Post surely know.