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Washington Post caught changing it's story again

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Washington Post once again "corrects" their harmful toxic lies after the damage has been done.
>Washington Post deletes scandalous tweet about parade massacre
>Lies in article debunked by Waukesha police

The Washington Post has revised an article and deleted the Twitter post promoting it after saying that last weekend’s Christmas parade massacre in Waukesha, Wisconsin was “caused by a SUV.”
The tweet was posted on Thursday with a caption reading, “Here’s what we know so far on the sequence of events that led to the Waukesha tragedy caused by a SUV.” The article linked to the tweet linked similarly blamed the vehicle for the massacre, which left six people dead and 61 injured, saying “the SUV rammed through the parade participants.”

The Waukesha massacre is not a 'crash' and there's nothing 'accidental' about it The Waukesha massacre is not a 'crash' and there's nothing 'accidental' about it
The article didn’t mention Darrell Brooks – who has been charged with six counts of murder after allegedly ramming his sport utility vehicle into parade-goers – until the fifth paragraph. The Post continued to refer to the SUV’s movements without referencing the person behind the wheel.

With the mainstream media already being accused of trying to downplay the Waukesha mayhem and divert attention from Brooks’ hatred of white people and Jews, the Post’s phrasing quickly sparked online outrage. US Representative Ken Buck (R-Colorado) mockingly asked, “Did the SUV drive itself? This headline is a disgrace.”