New York Post
The New York Post is a conservative tabloid newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch, who also owns Fox News. It is the 13th oldest paper in the United States, started in 1801 by Alexander Hamilton as the New-York Evening Post.
However, like the globalist Rupert Murdoch and Fox News, the New York Post has often been inconsistently conservative. For example, it has called Donald Trump, Jr. an "idiot," called on then President Trump to ban assault weapons, and criticized Trump for refusing to concede the 2020 Presidential Election despite allegedly result-changing irregularities in the election. The post did endorse President Trump for re-election.
Less than one month before the 2020 Presidential Election, the Post broke the news of then former VP Biden's collusion with Ukrainian gas giant Burisma executives and Ukrainian oligarchs. For the first time in American history, social media companies took direct action against a major U.S. publisher, censoring the news and the publisher on their platforms. The Post was among the top five newspapers by circulation in the United States at the time of the events.
- The New York Post endorses President Donald J. Trump for re-election