(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File) Shockwaves were felt throughout Washington, D.C., and the state of Indiana on Wednesday when news broke of the tragic death of US House Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.).
According to local news reports Walorski, 58, and two members of her staff – district director Zachary Potts and comms director Emma Thompson – were killed in a car crash that happened in Elkhart County around 12:30 pm local time when a driver going in the opposite direction reportedly crossed over the center line and hit their vehicle head-on.
The driver of the vehicle, Edith Schmucker, also died.
While tributes and expressions of shock and sadness poured in from both sides of the aisle, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Biden ordering flags to be flown at half-staff at the Capitol building and White House respectively in memory of Walorski, the Washington Post was busy composing a report on her death, making sure to throw in a gratuitous cheap shot at the end for good measure.
The story was fairly straightforward, noting the details of the crash and that Walorski was a Christian who had “worked in journalism and academia” before she got elected to Congress, where she served the 2nd Congressional District for ten years.
But it was towards the end of the piece where the WaPo made sure to load up on the insinuations as to the type of Republican Walorski was, pointing out that she “opposed the Women’s Health Protection Act and the Ensuring Access to Abortion Act” before making sure to weave in the Capitol riot and Walorski’s vote against certifying Joe Biden’s election: Earlier this month, she opposed the Women’s Health Protection Act and the Ensuring Access to Abortion Act, calling Democrats’ stance on abortion “dangerous” and “extreme.” “At Speaker Pelosi’s urging, House Democrats once again […]
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