Sad Day for Leftist Media

In a report spanning almost two years, the Wall Street Journal released information that the Washington Post lost as many as 500k subscribers ever since Biden was signed into office in January 2021. Things aren’t looking up.

The predominantly left-leaning publication currently has slightly over 2.5 million subscribers, which is a massive drop compared to the excess of three million it had at the end of 2020, as reported by sources from within the company.

Left-leaning readers abandoning Washington Post as Biden’s term continues

Even though the Washington Post is set to generate around $600M in revenue this year, with the hits they’ve taken during the first half of Biden’s term in office, they’re not expected to generate any profit.

In an effort to cut some corners, the Washington Post let off 10 staffers from its Sunday magazine news, following an overall trend in the media industry, where major companies are facing massive layoffs and restructuring.

Most notably, CNN and Gannett said goodbye to hundreds of employees across several of their news operations; whereas the haven for liberal nonsense, BuzzFeed, slashed their workforce by 12% in the past week alone.

Despite this information being leaked, no spokesmen from the Washington Post came forth to issue an official statement for the press, signaling there’s a lot more happening behind the curtains; with the way it’s going, the publication may be in trouble.

Bezos struggles to turn a profit on the Post

Likely due to the profitless year, it’s rumored the Post is considering a sale or spinoff of its publishing software Arc XP, which is currently being used by the Golden State Warriors and BP PLC, an energy company.

In their report, the Wall Street Journal claims certain executives stepped forth with the idea to the publication’s owner Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, who seems to be on board with selling the piece of software.

This may come as a surprise, considering it was Bezos himself who encouraged the post to innovate and expand its horizons, which ultimately led to the creation of Arc XP, the company’s biggest tech project, staffing over 250 employees worldwide.

The company’s former chief information officer, Shailesh Prakash, who resigned from the Post in September this year, was advocating for more investment in the publishing software, arguing it could offer better remote work conditions and equity for the staff.

Not a single thing positive thing has happened since Biden took office in January 2021. It’s gotten so bad that the left-leaning crowd has almost given up on Democrats, which puts the GOP in a more than favorable position.

Between taking control of the House in the coming month and the imminent collapse of liberal media, things may finally take a turn for the better in 2023. By the time 2024 rolls around, we’ll be ready to say goodbye to the current administration.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.