Washington Post Fact-Checker Will Not Fact Check False Biden Claims

Former Vice President Joe Biden pauses as he speaks at the University of Utah in December. Allegations of inappropriate contact with women are putting Biden's potential campaign hopes in jeopardy.

Glenn Kessler, a Washington Post fact-checker, recently revealed in a CNN interview that he will not be fact-checking the claims Biden makes in his presidency as he fact-checked Trump’s claims.

Kessler’s reasoning for this is an assumption that the Biden administration will be similar to the Obama administration and will be more responsive to the Washington Post’s inquiries.

It should come as no surprise that the left won’t hold Biden to the same standards as they held Trump. We see the difference in treatment just from the superficial headlines released on Inauguration day. Titles such as: “Joe Biden met an adorable puppy named Biden on his return to Capitol Hill,” a real article by the Washington Post, are already flooding traditional and social media.


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