WHOA! WaPo Fact Check Admits 33 Terrorists Came From 7 Countries On Trump's Ban

How do you get the Washington Post to admit something it would never want to admit? Moreover, how do you get the serial-lying Washington Post Fact Checker -- the single most dishonest group of people I have ever personally dealt with -- to admit to something they would never-ever under any circumstance want to admit? Well, as is almost always the case with our Fake News Media, if a truth is told, you will find it buried deep beneath a misleading headline.

Case in point…

The left-wing Washington Post's rabidly dishonest fact checker just admitted, in writing, that at least 33 convicted terrorists made their way into America from the 7 countries listed on President Trump's executive order, an order that temporarily bans immigrants and refugees.

Imagine the Washington Post admitting something like that!

It's like a miracle!

Especially after the lawless 9th Circuit Court attempted to justify its lawless order blocking Trump's executive order with the now-debunked claim that, "The government has pointed to no evidence... that any alien from any of the countries named in the order has perpetrated a terrorist attack in the United States."

Although it was sleazy and underhanded, the Washington Post has now rebutted the Court and bolstered the argument for Trump's executive order.

And here it is…

The center found that 33 of the 72 people “were convicted of very serious terror-related crimes,” including conspiracy to commit a terrorist act, material support of a terrorist or terrorist group, and international money-laundering conspiracy.

On the list were the two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green, Ky., who in 2011 were arrested and faced federal terrorism charges after it was discovered that, before becoming refugees, they had potentially targeted U.S. soldiers in Iraq. The revelation prompted the Obama administration to impose new, more extensive background checks on Iraqi refugees.

Other examples included:

And then the Washington Post actually lists names, countries of origin, and terrorist activities… All kinds of scary stuff committed by those who came from countries listed on Trump's executive order.

Ah, but here is the rub…

The forever-dishonest Washington Post would never fact-check the 9th Circuit, would never award those leftists a deserved-bucket of Pinocchio's for getting it wrong.

That might help Trump.

Can't have that!

So instead of exposing these inconvenient facts in an "honest fact check" (talk about an oxymoron), the Washington Post hides this fact within a big article accusing a White House official of being a big, fat liar.

Did you see what the Washington Post just did there?

1) Hid the inconvenient facts about the very real terrorist threat from those 7 countries deep within an anti-Trump, Liar-Liar-Pants-On-Fire story…

2) Attacked Stephen Miller as a liar, even though he told the truth about what the study in question, from the Center for Immigration Studies, cited.

3) Decided all on their own that flooding heroin into America on behalf of Hezbollah is not terrorism.

4) Actually wrote this sentence: "But it’s important to note that being convicted of material support is not always evidence that the person was planning a terrorist attack or terrorism-related activities."

Oh, okay.

The Daily Caller's debunking of this phony fact check is a must-read.

By the way, this isn't the first time the Washington Post has hid an inconvenient truth beneath a misleading headline.

Back in September of 2015, the Washington Post confirmed that Hillary Clinton was the godmother of the anti-Obama Birther movement.

It was a terrific piece of reporting by Dave Weigel.

Except it was hidden under another laughably phony Washington Post headline

FakeNewsing… It's now a verb.

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