The Washington Posts story about Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney’s alleged bullying in high school set off a fire storm of news coverage as corporate reporters followed the claims in the story without reviewing the facts presented by Junk Journalist Jason Horowitz. In that story, Horowitz quotes the alleged target of the bullying as if he was sitting in the airport listening to a conversation between a source who was relating the story and the alleged victim. This is fiction writing. Junk Journalist Horowitz based an entire story on third-party claims without any proof. Applying this standard of journalism, any group of people can make claims about another and Horowitz would print it. The alleged victim died years ago and is unavailable to verify the claims of others who are portraying him as weak and victimized. The family is expected to comment on the story today.