If you turn on the news or read the internet, it appears that America is in flames. After all, that’s what the mainstream media outlets relentlessly drill into us. But step back a minute and you’ll notice that the riots are geographically
The Washington Post’s crusade to resist the Trump administration continues to embarrass.
Washington Post opinion editor Karen Attiah on Wednesday tweeted screenshots of threatening texts and emails she says she has received amid calls for her firing for a controversial tweet.
The only thing worse than a viral pandemic is the person who would weaponize it for political gain.
The Global Opinions Editor's comments have since been slammed as "racist" and "violent."
Conservatives are criticizing Karen Attiah, an editor for The Washington Post, because of a tweet she sent about the impact white women have had on the lynching of Black people. Deleted, but the List comes for all, @KarenAttiah. ✍🏼✍🏼✍🏼 pic.twitter.com/BF92pyflyv — Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) June 29, 2020 In the case of the Tulsa massacre in [