unbiased Washington Post reporter Janell Ross spoke at a
top-secret meeting of liberal movers and shakers last week, where
Democratic donors including billionaire George Soros outlined
the future of their progressive agenda.
Post spokesperson told the Washington
Free Beacon that Ross took part of the
California event “without notifying her superiors that she would
Democracy Alliance, which hosted the event, bills itself as “the
largest network of donors dedicated to building the progressive
movement in the United States” on the group’s official
website. The liberal group also claims to “play a leading
role in fostering the infrastructure necessary to advance a
progressive agenda” in the United States.
group intended to keep “the identities of its members and guests
confidential,” according to the Beacon, but the paper obtained a
“detailed conference agenda that lists both events and featured
guests.” Once the Beacon
revealed the attendees, the group reportedly beefed up
security and asked participants to keep details off social media.
One of the surprising guests was Ross, who used to pass as a
somewhat impartial reporter for the prestigious Post. While the
paper’s slogan is, “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” she apparently
wanted to keep her bosses in the dark about attending the liberal
planning session and hanging out with prominent Democratic donors
such as Soros.
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to the agenda published by the Beacon, Ross’ panel aimed to help
the liberal attendees get “the economic narrative right" and
was immediately followed by Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) speaking
about on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Research Center Vice President Dan Gainor called it a “classic
example” of journalism “openly coordinating with the alt-left” to
take down conservatives.
should introduce reporter Janell Ross and her boss Marty
Baron to the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics.
It appears they haven't read it, or any other text on journalistic
ethics. Funny, the movie ‘Spotlight’ portrays Baron as a big
advocate of legitimate journalism,” Gainor told Fox News. “Can't
wait for the sequel that shows the Post for what it really is, the
research and reporting arm of the left.”
it’s surprising that a reporter from the Post would appear at such
a partisan event, a quick glance at Ross’
archive page on the paper’s website
reveals her agenda. One headline lumps President Trump into the
same category as O.J. Simpson, while others touch on issues of
race and gender discrimination. She covered the 2016 presidential
election closely, but the majority of her stories appear to be
anti-Trump in retrospect.
of the secretive liberal group who attended the shady presentation
each promised to donate at least $20,000 to advance its left-wing
agenda. The session was part of a three-day conference at the
luxurious La Costa Resort located in Carlsbad, Calif., last week,
where the group plotted their 2018 "resistance" and game
plan, according to the Beacon. Soros was introduced by a video
message from Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and House Democratic
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, according to the paper.
only now learned about her participation in this event," a
Washington Post spokesperson told the Beacon when
asked about Ross’ involvement, adding that she has been "reminded"
that the paper "discourages" participation in events that may be
"perceived as partisan."
not comment when reached by the Beacon.
Washington Post did not respond to questions from Fox News on
whether or not Ross will be disciplined for attending the event.
Ross did not respond to our request for comment either.
Democracy Alliance did not respond to a question about who funded
Ross’ trip to the ritzy resort where the event was held.