The leftist media has officially stopped trying to hide any resemblance of objectivity, in their efforts to destroy Donald J. Trump and erase his historic accomplishments in the three short years he’s been President of the United States. In doing so, they have officially taken their readers to a dangerous place, one where they are forced to choose between praising the leader of ISIS, who many consider to be the most evil terror group of our time, and a billionaire real estate tycoon who gave up everything to make America great again.

Yesterday afternoon, ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, took his own life, as our brave U.S. Special Operations forces closed in on the cowardly terrorist leader, in a massive raid that took place in a compound in northern Syria.

The death of the ISIS leader was the top news story in every major publication. It’s how major news sources, like the Washington Post, reported the death of the ISIS leader that has Americans in disbelief.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) appeared to be stunned when he saw a Washington Post headline posted by conservative Buck Sexton, saying, “Please tell me this is a #deepfake.” A deep fake is a technique using artificial intelligence to make people see someone or something in a way that isn’t real or never happened.

In his tweet, Buck Sexton asked if the Washington Post, whose slogan is, “Democracy Dies in Darkness, has “lost its damn mind?”

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Yashir Ali posted side-by-side images of two headlines used by the Washington Post to report about the death of the murderous rapist, ISIS leader, Al-Baghdadi.

The Jeff Bezos owned Washington Post is getting destroyed on Twitter by clever conservatives who are making up headlines the Washington Post would have used to report the death of evil figures in America, and from around the world.

Here are just a few of the possible headlines Washington Post might have used based on their current headline that praises the ISIS leader.

This tweet sums up the state of the Washington Post beautifully…

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