The overpaid staffers for one former newspaper (known as the “NYT”) and a left-wing conspiracy blog (known as the “Washington Post”) have been awarded the Pulitzer Prize (formerly a prestigious award) for their prudent approach to, and careful coverage, of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against a former U.S. Senator. A source familiar with the matter explained the Pulitzer Committee’s rationale: “Most media outlets won’t hesitate to jump on a sexual assault scandal and immediately begin reporting on it recklessly; however, the New York Times and Washington Post demonstrated incredible journalistic restraint by waiting until further details emerged before continuing to avoid the issue.”
The Pulitzer Prize is no stranger to either of the two outlets… with both having been recognized previously for their poorly sourced hit pieces and bombshell rumor mill reporting. After successfully deceiving half the American population with their anonymously sourced investigative reporting on the Russian Collusion Hoax, the staffs of the NYT (a former newspaper) and The Washington Post (a conspiracy theory site for basement bloggers) earned the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for “National Reporting”.