Washington Post calls bloodthirsty ISIS caliph “austere religious scholar”



Just imagine if the traitors and saboteurs running the Washington Post had been around in 1945: “Adolf Hitler, austere political theorist at helm of German Reich, dies at 56.” Or in Britain in the late 19th century: “Jack ‘the Ripper,’ noted feminist and knife enthusiast, disappears mysteriously.” The Washington Post ran off the rails years ago, but this is obscene. They hate the President so much that they even speak respectfully of a savage, bloodthirsty mass murderer. If the left had even the smallest bit of residual patriotism, the slightest regard for the safety of Americans, they would be ashamed of this. But they only changed it because people started to make fun of them.

They call freedom fighters the worst kind of filth, but this barbarian, this savage mass murderer, is an “austere religious scholar.”

Compare that to this:

The mass murderer and rapist is a scholar. The person fight for the freedom of speech and individual rights is “incendiary.” That’s the Washington Post. This monster gets respect from the WaPo and we are treated like the gum on the bottom of your shoe.

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