WaPo Lumps In Farrakhan With 'Far-Right.' They Get Mocked Mercilessly.

On Thursday, The Washington Post, in its fervent desire to target the political Right, released an article regarding Facebook banning certain public figures whom the Post described as “far-right,” and the very first person the Post named as “far-right” was that noted “far-right” figure who was chummy with Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters, and at least one of the leftist leaders of the Women’s March: anti-Semitic and racist preacher Louis Farrakhan.

The Post even echoed on Twitter:

Politico also made things a bit murky, titling their coverage, “Facebook, Instagram ban Alex Jones, Louis Farrakhan, other far-right figures.”

And The Atlantic joined in:

Reaction came fast and furious:

The Post offered a correction after the uproar:


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