The Washington Post was bought by Jeff Bezos the founder and chief executive officer of Amazon.com. in 2013. The paper said today that they had “assigned 20 reporters to look into every aspect of Donald Trump’s past” as the presumptive GOP nominee seeks to become the next president of the United States, according to Post associate editor, Bob Woodward.
Woodward said, “We have 20 people working on Trump, we’re going to do a book, we’re doing articles about every phase of his life.” Donald Trump was quick to react to the paper’s intended goals. He told Sean Hannity on FOX NEWS that Bezos bought the failing paper cheap and was now using it for political purposes, and wants to avoid antitrust and retail tax problems across the country, and he is afraid that Trump will bring the government down on his $250 billion-plus operation.
We have little doubt that Bezos would do anything he could to make a buck and take Donald Trump at his word on this one. It makes zero sense to put 20 or more reporters on a candidate unless there are ulterior motives. And who best to head the project than Woodward, the once briefly quasi-relevant snitch reporter during the Nixon era.
We hope Trump, once elected, does deal with these people. Amazon is too big to be good– they have run many of the country’s Ma-Pa retailers out of business, destroying lives and families in the process. It is all about the money for Bezos. Get em Donald!