MSM Reporter Spontaneously Combusts, Storms Off Like A Child – WATCH

During a recent podcast appearance hosted by Noam Dworman, Philip Bump, a columnist with The Washington Post, reached his breaking point. Dworman persistently questioned Bump about his reporting on Hunter Biden, which has been a frequent topic in Fox News articles. Dworman specifically pressed Bump for evidence of corruption within the Biden family, pointing to a text message sent by Hunter Biden to his adult daughter., “I had to give 50% of my income to Pop.”

“I have no idea what that means,” Bump responded. “I don’t. I have no idea what that means. It’s circumstantial evidence and you prefer that to direct evidence.”

Furthermore, Dworman expressed strong disapproval of Bump’s response to the evidence, causing the Washington Post columnist to grow increasingly agitated and ultimately stormed off like a toddler from the podcast. “What do you want me to say?” Bump asked, before announcing he was leaving the podcast.

Dworman retaliated by alleging that Bump was attempting to “walk out in the middle of this” in order to ignore questions. “Is this the standard, really? This is the way that The Washington Post handles people that disagree with them?”

The Washington Post has since released a statement trying to cover for their angry columnist. “The Washington Post is committed to accuracy and objectivity in our coverage, and we strive to ensure that our reporters are treated with respect during interviews,” the statement reads. “We regret any misunderstanding that occurred during Thursday’s interview.”

Even though Bump’s podcast appearance got cut short, his unanswered questions about evidence of corruption involving President Joe Biden and his family still linger. We’ll have to wait and see if we get more clarity on the matter in the coming weeks and mont


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