The most recent case in point involves a "story" in which one of the paper's phony journalists, Taylor Lorenz, published details about the once-anonymous woman behind the Libs of TikTok account, which she uses to post examples of far-left libtards essentially outing themselves as far-left libtards.
The Daily Caller reported: "Taylor Lorenz, a Washington Post columnist, wrote a Tuesday article titled, 'Meet the woman behind Libs of TikTok, secretly fueling the right's outrage machine,' revealing the identity of the user who had intended to remain anonymous. The piece linked the user's real estate page listing her full name and home address, which the outlet later removed. The account, which nearly has 700,000 followers, posts TikTok videos of liberals in order to spark a reaction among conservative audiences. Lorenz reportedly contacted Libs of TikTok early Tuesday telling the account they are 'being implicated as a hate campaign against LGBTQ people,' the account said."
This, after Lorenz literally cried ugly tears less than two weeks earlier during an interview that aired on MSNBC over – wait for it – being doxxed:
This was Taylor Lorenz a couple of weeks ago.
She was crying victim of "harassment."
Today she tracked down and harassed family members of the @libsoftiktok account for an article she's working on.
It turns out Taylor's the perpetrator, not victim.pic.twitter.com/CifXGvASCV
— Avi Yemini (@OzraeliAvi) April 19, 2022
Before, the Libs of TikTok account posted a video of Lorenz that she made herself complaining about doxxing.
In a recent TikTok, Taylor Lorenz explains why it’s bad to engage in a doxxing campaign of an individual and shares her horror at media revealing a full name without getting comment. Incredible pic.twitter.com/ad19fY0dJh
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) April 20, 2022
Needless to say, Lorenz's hit piece drew no small amount of outrage, with users online and elsewhere blasting her and the WaPo propaganda rag for going after a woman who's only "crime" is exposing the insanity of what are becoming the Democratic Party's average voters.
That includes being taken to the proverbial woodshed by top-rated Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who said during a recent show segment: "Taylor Lorenz is not a reporter. Apart from whining about herself on television, she has no skills. She couldn't do a weather forecast in a rainstorm. She's not a journalist."
Tucker: "Taylor Lorenz is not a reporter. Apart from whining about herself on television, she has no skills. She couldn't do a weather forecast in a rainstorm. She's not a journalist." pic.twitter.com/Qjozmj8hG1
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) April 20, 2022
In the end, the Washington Post not only defended this journalistic parasite hypocrite but also blatantly lied that the paper did not actually identify the woman who created the account.
"The article was later scrubbed to purge those details, but they were there when the article was published" last week, the Post Millennial reported:
Senior Managing Editor Cameron Barr said that Lorenz's practice of using Antifa-affiliated accounts to gain information, and showing up at the homes of Libs of Tik Tok's family members, were "reporting methods" that "comport entirely with the Washington Post's professional standards."
The woman in question (we are not publishing her name) "in her management of the Libs of Tik Tok Twitter account and in media interviews, has had significant impact on public discourse and her identity had become public knowledge on social media. We did not publish or link to any details about her personal life," Barr continued.
— Kristine Coratti Kelly (@kriscoratti) April 19, 2022
I have followed up with @washingtonpost to ask if they do not consider a real estate license with license number, full name, address, and employer to be “personal information” and if not, why the link was removed https://t.co/eIVLy8JAFK
— Amber Athey (@amber_athey) April 19, 2022
The Post is not a real news source, nor are any of the other 'mainstream' outlets; they are simply left-wing state-run media.