The far-left propaganda outlet called the Washington Post is on pace to lose $100 million this year.
If that doesn’t make your day, try this on for size: the far-left Washington Post has lost around 500,000 subscribers since 2020.
That might sound too good to be true, but the news comes from another far-left propaganda outlet called the New York Times:
The Post is on a pace to lose about $100 million in 2023, according to two people with knowledge of the company’s finances; two other people briefed on the situation said the company was expecting to miss its forecasts for ad revenue this year. They spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal financial matters. The Post has struggled to increase the number of its paying customers since the 2020 election, when its digital subscriptions peaked at three million. It now has around 2.5 million.