Washington Post Cartoon Uses Nazi-Style Propaganda To Depict Republicans As Rats

The Washington Post used to be the most important political newspaper in the United States.

It always had a liberal bias, but over the last decade, it has transformed into downright Democrat propaganda.

The paper constantly attacks Republicans and spent the last four years going after Trump relentlessly.

Now they have published a cartoon using Nazi-type propaganda portraying Republicans as rats.

Breitbart News reports:

Washington Post Depicts Republican ‘Collaborators’ as Rats: ‘Nazi-Style Propaganda’

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In a Washington Post cartoon published on Sunday, Ann Telnaes, the editorial cartoonist at the Post, depicts Republicans who “collaborated” with the president in contesting the 2020 election results as gruesome rats.

The image, which appeared in the Sunday issue, bears the headline, “All of the state attorneys general and U.S. Congress members who collaborated with President Trump in his attempt to subvert the Constitution and stay in office” and includes well over a hundred named Republicans.

The depiction was met with harsh criticism.

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“Today’s Washington Post depiction of Republicans as ‘rats’ was reprehensible,” wrote Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ).

“Democrats and their allies in the media can’t win the war of ideas, so they resort to dangerous and despicable personal attacks that purposefully endanger the freedom of their political opponents.”

See the tweet below:

Rep. Andy Biggs called them out:

Our media is beyond biased.

It is the propaganda arm of the Democrat party.


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