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Rifqa Bary: Debunking The Media Meme: The “Cheerleader” Excuse

Rifqa cheerleader

How many times have we heard from the Islamists, the media and the apologists that Rifqa Bary's parents could not have been that devout, since she was a cheerleader? The famous cheerleader picture is then posted as proof. How much danger could she really be in if her
parents allowed her to wear the cheerleading uniform?

According to a very close friend of Rifqa's in Ohio, Rifqa's parents never saw her in the uniform
that she was pictured in. The cheerleaders had a warm-up suit that they would
wear, and when she left her home to go to games, she had the warm-up suit on,
never the cheerleading skirt.

Her
parents did not go to any games to see her cheer. From what I have ascertained, her parents were not involved in her school life at
all…

Further, Rifqa Bary is an honor student (GPs 3.5)  – a good girl. Like Amina and Sarah Said, she lived two lives: she was a happy productive successful student in school and a tortured, oppressed and 
brutalized victim at home. Many in her school were shocked to hear that
Rifqa, the quintessential good girl, had run away from home; those
close to her were not surprised at all.  She was terrified of her father and lived in fear for years.

The "unruly delinquent" claim is a lie. It does not gibe. Unruly delinquents are not honor students with over 3.5 GPAs.

Another friend remarked to me:

Did you catch this morning's CNN with Brian Williams. I don't even know why
they interviewed him. They only aired like 5 seconds of his "interview." I don't
get why they don't think she was in fear prior to her runaway. We spoke all the
time on Skype, both messages and through the mic, and on our recorded
conversations she used code words. Any NORMAL teenager would use code words for
things like the next raging party or newest flings with the cute boy at school,
but not Rifqa… lnstead she had to use code words for Christian phrases like
"pray," "Jesus," etc. So you tell me? Brainwashed by the Lorenz's prior to them
meeting or even talking to her? Wow! How does that work?

If Rifqa had boyfriends or a "checkered" past, the perv Kruse would have had it splashed across the St Pete Tabloid — as would Amy Edwards, Rene the rube, Newsweak, etc.

Just for knowing.

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