The Washington Post Published “Ban On Laptops” Story It’s Accusing Trump of Divulging to Russians Almost Two Months Earlier

Courtesy of Conservative Refocus. —>

CRN Politics
By Barry Secrest

The above story, as pictured from the Washington Post, was published on March 21st of 2017, nearly two whole months before Trump’s meeting with the Russians, where Trump, according to the mainstream media’s Washington Post, supposedly divulged sensitive data.

The story details how Trump will be halting the use of laptops and electronics on US flights, which is exactly what the president shared with the Russians.

From the Washington Post: “The Trump administration says the new rules were introduced because of intelligence that shows terrorists are continuing to target airlines flying to the United States.”

So, how could Trump divulge sensitive data to the Russians when the Washington Post actually printed the same story in question, almost two whole months before, to appear in newspapers across the world?

Further, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has already indicated that Trump could not have revealed the original intel source since original intel sources are not normally divulged to the president. The reason for the non-disclosure falls more in the need-to-know category than any other reason.

The fact that we were compelled to go and find the earlier headline, from the Washington Post, on a story that supposedly detailed sensitive information proves< (A) how stupid The Washington Post thinks the American people are and ( B) How stupid the Washington Post actually is.

According to CNN:

“What did Trump reveal in the White House meeting?

According to The Washington Post, Trump described details to Lavrov and Kislyak about how ISIS hopes to use laptop computers as bombs on planes.

“I get great intel. I have people brief me on great intel every day,” one official with knowledge of the meeting described Trump as saying, according to the Post, before the President reportedly relayed specific intelligence.”

So, we have CNN, another ridiculously comedic media outlet, quoting the Washington Post on sensitive intelligence data which the Washington Post originally reported to the entire planet,  again, almost two months earlier.

The Washington Post, ladies, and gentlemen is no longer a serious news organization, at least when it comes to politics, rather, the Post is nothing much more than Jeff Bezos’ Boy-Toy for attacking anti-globalists generally, and President Donald Trump, specifically.

Trump should sue the Washington Post, but not for trying to disparage Trump’s reputation, rather, for being inexcusably stupid while pretending to be an honest news organization & member-in-good-standing of  America’s 4th estate.

About the Author

Barry Secrest
A native of the Charlotte area, Barry Secrest is the owner of two successful ventures, one in business and the other in media: Carolina Industrial Agency and Conservative Refocus. He has more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. Barry is also the author of the book "A Perfect Liberal Storm" which was released in late July of 2010.

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