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Saturday, November 7, 2009

The Blatant and Utter Hypocrisy of the Media
And They Wonder Why We Don't Trust Them?

7 November 2009: Consider this:  the murderous actions of Nidal Malik HASAN at Ft. Hood on Thursday resulted in more deaths and injuries in that single attack than in 15 years of violence at abortion clinics in the U.S. and Canada. Two days after the bloodbath at Ft. Hood, government officials from the President to local politicians, the media, their pundits and other experts are publicly cautioning against linking any religious or ideological motives to the actions of Nidal Malik HASAN.
Immediately after the murder of Dr. George Tiller, a noted abortionist at a women’s clinic in Wichita, Kansas on May 31, 2009 and the subsequent arrest of “anti-abortion extremist Scott Roeder,” however, the motives behind the killing of Dr. Tiller were never questioned. Those same politicians and pundits who are currently urging the public not to jump to the conclusion that HASAN’s motives were religious and ideological in nature are the same who immediately concluded that the murder of Dr. Tiller was a result of an anti-abortion extremist. 
The blatant hypocrisy does not end there.

Source: Northeast Network Intelligence


How many times must Americans be slaughtered by Muslims who have suddenly decided to wage a personal jihad? 

How long will the Media continue to act as accomplices after the fact?

How long before the people of America finally call shenanigans?

Read more about Media Bias in this case at the Media Research Center.

Also check out Sudden Jihad Syndrome at Front Page Magazine.