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One of Matt Drudge's two tweets is
about the Washington Post
by Nathan'ette Burdine: November 14, 2017

Matt Drudge has been on Twitter since 2011 and it wasn’t until yesterday that he decided to send his first two tweets to his 500K plus followers.

The first tweet is about Donald Trump having a 46% approval rating. I didn’t even look at that because I’m quite sure that’s from one of Drudge’s alt-right buddy’s website.

The second tweet is about how wrong Matt Drudge believes Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post (WaPo) is treating him.

According to Drudge, Bezos and his crew over at the WaPo should be grateful for him because he sends a good chunk of advertisers to the WaPo.

However, Drudge failed to mention that he gets advertisers because he links to the WaPo, CNN, MSNBC, New York Times (NYTIMEs), and other legitimate media sites.

Basically, if it wasn’t for the WaPo and other legitimate news sources, Drudge wouldn’t have any cash flow coming in.

I understand, though, why Drudge is mad at the WaPo. The WaPo, along with the NYTimes, have been printing nothing but bad news about Drudge’s buddy, Donald Trump and his crew.

The news organizations printed the stories about Michael Flynn lying about his Russian connections, Don Jr. secret meeting with Russian Lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, the raid on Paul Manafort’s home, and Paul Manafort being indicted.

And yesterday, which is the same yesterday when Drudge sent out his first two tweets during his 6-years on Twitter, The Atlantic joined the crew of all media for Drudge and his alt-right buddies to hate. 

Drudge and his buddies added The Atlantic to their "hate list" after The Atlantic printed a story about Don Jr. and Wikileaks working together to bring down former Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton.

And I know y'all remember ol' Donald Trump saying, "I love Wikileaks," and that he hoped "Russia can find" those 30,000+ emails belonging to Clinton. 

The funniest thing about all of this is that neither Drudge or his alt-right buddies can see that the WaPo, NYTimes, CNN, MSNBC, and The Atlantic all use Donald Trump and his crew’s own words as evidence to authenticate their stories.

Yep, Donald Trump "loves Wikileaks" and he "loves" what they "did" for him.

You can’t go wrong when you’re telling what somebody else has snitched to you about himself.

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