Washington Post Reporter Maliciously Attacks President Trump

It was no surprise that after President Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19 That many liberals would come out and excitement hoping that something would happen to him. It’s sad and pathetic.

What makes it worse, is that the mainstream media is now making up false narratives to attack the president. Eugene Scott is a reporter at the Washington Post. His job title is identity politics reporter.


He literally talks about why life isn’t fair for Black people. He uses skin color and race to justify different types of what he refers to as social justice.


Immediately after the president was diagnosed with the coronavirus, Scott took to Facebook and Twitter to make degrading comments at Trump and his supporters.

He said, “And to think, Trump world once claimed COVID was a hoax.” What makes it interesting is that Trump has never claimed that the coronavirus was a hoax.


And to think, Trump world once claimed COVID was a hoax

Posted by Eugene Scott on Friday, October 2, 2020

In fact, many fat checking organizations have checked into this accusation and proving it not true. These organizations include the Associated Press, Snopes, FactCheck.org, Politifact, and many others.

It’s not surprising that this Washington post reporter would make such a comment that is distasteful. Earlier in the day, the Washington Post published an op-ed on what life would be like without Trump.


It’s sick.

The Chaos Post asked him to clarify his post on social media and he blocked our reporter.


The Washington Post PR team, Editorial Leadership team, and Scott himself did not respond to a request for comment.

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