Journalist Glenn Greenwald resigned from The Intercept today as news surfaced that the Democrat Party has begun editing Joe Biden out of all official campaign photographs.
In an article announcing his resignation, Greenwald noted that the “plague” of journalistic “repression, censorship and ideological homogeneity” has finally “engulfed” the publication he co-founded in 2013.
“The Intercept’s editors, in violation of my contractual right of editorial freedom, censored an article I wrote this week, refusing to publish it unless I remove all sections critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden,” Greenwald wrote, apparently unaware that Democrats have begun sanitizing Party photographs.
“It’s a fact the Joe was the Party’s nominee this year, which is why we need to change the public’s perception of the Party,” said Tom Perez, Chair of the Democrat National Committee.
Perez also noted that “Joe himself said it best when he said ‘we choose truth over facts.'”
After: In the photograph above, experts say it is obvious that Joe has been Photoshopped out because one of the blue dots on the far-left side of the photo is different from the other dots in the same column.
Before: In the original photograph below, Joe and Kamala posed for their picture at a campaign event just after he announced her as his vice presidential running mate.