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Pulitzer Prize Fiasco: Serial Killer Sympathy, Beer Scandals, and Fake Racism!

You won’t believe the absurdity and incompetence of the media elites in their quest to earn the prestigious Pulitzer Prize. This year’s winners truly showcase the low standards and biased reporting that have become the norm in the industry. Let’s take a closer look at some of the “distinguished” reporting that earned these laughable accolades.

First up, we have Jamie Frevele of Mediaite, who won in the Distinguished Explanatory Reporting category. In an astonishing feat of journalism, Frevele covered the story of how a serial killer was caught on Long Island. But instead of focusing on the bravery and investigative work of law enforcement, Frevele took offense to a comment made by a legal analyst on Fox News. Apparently, the analyst dared to mention that the suspect was on the corpulent side. How dare Fox News insult a murderer! This is just another example of the media’s bias towards criminals and their disregard for the victims and their families.

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Next, we have Ryan Young of CNN, who won in the Distinguished Investigative Reporting category for his groundbreaking piece on the Bud Light boycott scandal. Young’s hard-hitting investigation? He went to Nashville, found a bar serving Bud Light, and declared it a scandal. Talk about a Pulitzer-worthy exposé! This is exactly the kind of hard-hitting journalism we need in this country. Forget about corruption, government overreach, or national security threats – the real scandal is a bar serving a popular beer.

Moving on to the Distinguished Editorial Writing category, we have Jennifer Rubin from The Washington Post. Rubin has become notorious for her blatantly biased and poorly researched columns. This time, she decided to attack Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and his supporters. But here’s the catch – she based her entire argument on a completely false claim that Florida was experiencing a mass exodus of residents. Turns out, Rubin failed to fact-check and missed the retraction and correction issued by the same outlet she writes for. It’s no wonder she has zero credibility among conservatives.

In the Distinguished National Reporting category, we have Brakkton Booker from Politico. Booker claims that despite the GOP fielding its most diverse presidential candidates ever, they are still being accused of racism. The sheer absurdity of this accusation is mind-boggling. The GOP is actively promoting diversity and inclusion, yet the media continues to push the false narrative that they are racist. It’s clear that the media’s bias knows no bounds and they will stop at nothing to smear conservatives.

Emily Yahr from The Washington Post takes home the Distinguished Cultural Criticism prize for her piece on country star Luke Combs. Yahr seems to think that Combs’ success with his remake of Tracey Chapman’s “Fast Car” is somehow a gateway to racism and excludes POC-LGBT𝜋 artists. Never mind the fact that Chapman herself is the sole songwriter of the song and is financially benefiting from its success. This is just another example of the media searching for racism where it doesn’t exist.

Lastly, we have Chandra Philip from CTV News, who won in the Distinguished International Reporting category for covering a court case in Canada. While the matter may have been of interest to Canadians, it hardly seems deserving of a Pulitzer Prize. But hey, anything for diversity, right? It’s clear that the media is more interested in pushing its agenda than actually reporting on important international issues.

In conclusion, the Pulitzer Prize has become nothing more than a political tool for the biased and incompetent media to pat themselves on the back. These so-called “winners” only serve to highlight the hypocrisy and agenda-driven reporting that has become the norm. It’s time to take a step back and re-evaluate the credibility and integrity of the journalism industry as a whole.

Brad Slager is a resident media-basher, bourbon connoisseur, and lover of terrible movies. You can find his insightful and hilarious commentary at RedState, Townhall, Twitchy, and HotAir.

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