Fun Facts to Omit and Tell: A big fail for WaPo columnist Jackson Diehl

Washington post columnist Jackson Diehl has an interesting piece this morning about an investor named Bill Browder who once tried to tell the WaPo editorial board that it was all wrong about Putin being a bad guy.

What Diehl omitted from his story was that Bill Browder is the grandson of Earl Browder, leader of the Communist Party USA during the 1930s and early 1940s and a Soviet espionage agent.

Ironically, just like Stalin turned on Earl Browder, Putin has now turned on Bill Browder, who fears for his life according to Diehl’s column.

Not sure how/why Diehl missed this key background, but always beware of guys named Browder singing songs of Russia.

Click for Diehl’s column.

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