WaPo hit for ignoring video of Ga. senate candidate Warnock’s ex-wife tearfully alleging abuse

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With a major assist from Big Tech, the corrupt media establishment did away with any pretense of impartiality during the 2020 presidential election in deciding what stories they would not cover.

And with the apparent success of that campaign, where the dubious foreign business dealings of Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, remained unknown to many voters, even though there were reported links to the candidate, the media appears to be following the same script in Georgia.

 

With two Senate run-off elections five days away and control of the upper chamber hanging in the balance, a scandalous story involving Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock’s estranged wife alleging domestic abuse is getting little ink — the couple has since finalized their divorce.

The Washington Post being chief among the perpetrators, even as the paper’s fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, targeted the Republican candidates, incumbent Sens. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., and David Perdue, R-Ga., for mischaracterizing the positions of Warnock and Jon Ossoff, the other Democratic candidate.

As seen above, Kessler referenced “Trump’s failed playbook against Biden,” to claim the GOP candidates are assigning invented, “farfetched” positions to their opponents.

One line of attack against Warnock is a March domestic dispute where his wife is seen in a video telling a police officer that he deliberately ran over her foot with his car, and calling her husband “a great actor.”

“This man’s running for United States Senate, and all he cares about right now is his reputation,” she said tearfully. “I’ve been very quiet about the way he is for the sake of my kids and his reputation.”

“I’ve tried to keep the way that he acts under wraps for a long time,” she added. “And today he crossed the line. So that is what is going on here. And he’s a great actor.”

Fox News reported:

A search found no mention by the Washington Post of Ouleye Ndoye since Dec. 22, when the video first was reported on by Fox News. The Post did mention their dispute briefly in August in an article about Warnock’s chances of winning, months before the bodycam footage emerged.

Conservative writer Stephen Miller took The Post to task for ignoring the story, as he took a sarcastic jab at Kessler while displaying the search results of Warnock’s wife’s name on the paper’s website.

“Warnock’s wife is on police bodycam footage,” he tweeted. “Now, in fairness, Glenn may not actually know about this because his newspaper hasn’t reported on it.”

The Washington Free Beacon reported on the “Warnock media blackout,” taking a shot at the Post in a play on the paper’s motto: “Democracy dies in darkness … except when reporting could upend the fortunes of a prominent Democrat.”

Not that the Post is alone here, as the New York Times has not covered the bodycam video featuring Warnock’s wife.

Not only are media outlets ignoring this story, they’re also ignoring allegations of child abuse at a summer camp Warnock ran — imagine if he was a Republican.

Well, you don’t have to, as the Free Beacon reminded readers the Post dedicated three reporters to follow up on sexual misconduct allegations against Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s 2017 special U.S. Senate election.

“The news media so determined to reveal Moore’s scandalous behavior have been lethargic, to say the least, when it comes to Warnock: The Democrat has been allowed to wave away the arrest as the ‘overzealous actions of a few police officers,'” the article said. “But what was going on at the camp that brought the police there in the first place? And what was Warnock’s role in those incidents? The press hasn’t exhibited the slightest curiosity about events that speak directly to Warnock’s management abilities and judgment.”

Here’s a quick sampling to the story from Twitter:

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