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Secret Nazi Newspaper: Male feminist vlogger Mx. Obvious uncovers bigotry at The Washington Post

"The Washington Post" is a symbol of hate

Boasting forty-seven Pulitzer prizes and a dark green smiley-face from Journalist Excellence Worldwide, The Washington Post has long been one of America’s most reputable news outlets. But a brave young #Resistance vlogger by the name of Mx. Obvious has uncovered a dastardly right-wing plot to undermine the credibility of the Post’s top-notch journalists and cause our democracy to die in darkness.

The Washington Post logo, it seems, is a symbol of white supremacy.

This is a serious threat to our democracy. Yes, the logo must absolutely be changed. Preferably to a design that recognizes the daily struggles faced by journalists of color in Trump’s America, but which also gives nod to the historical oppression of the JLGBTQIAP+ community as a whole.

READ: NPC Daily assists Anti-Defamation League in identifying symbols of hate

We reached out to Journalist Excellence Worldwide founder Dustin Levitt for comment, but he was so overcome by feelings of betrayal that he was initially unable to form a coherent response. After taking a few hours to meet with the company crisis counselor, Mx. Levitt had this to say:

You know, I figured we could trust a newspaper with direct ties to Amazon and the CIA. Guess I was wrong! Who had “WP” first? Well, Washington Post was founded in 1877, and white supremacy was around a lot longer than that, pal. So you tell me if this was an accident or not.

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Tina Pool

Media reporter. Twin sister to unapproved journalist Tim Pool, financée to male feminist vlogger Mx. Obvious. Everything on this site is satire.

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