A French mainstream newspaper has attacked Patrick Jardin, father of 31-year-old Bataclan massacre victim Nathalie Jardin, for being too close to anti-Islamisation figures and groups deemed “far right”.
President Donald Trump has angered the left by reopening a case of anti-Semitism at Rutgers University from seven years ago — and now the left-leaning Los Angeles Times is criticizng his decision as a case of bias against “Palestinians,” in unfair favor of Jews.
Once again, members of the national media have covered for the anti-semitic Louis Farrakhan by outright cropping him out of an image of notables at Aretha Franklin’s funeral. What’s especially notable is that Farrakhan was center stage.
The Washington Post wrote a scathing story about the State Department’s denial of passports to those living at the border, while conveniently burying the fact this very same policy was used by former Bush and Obama administrations.
Two: That’s the number of deceptive and false reporting CNN has been caught making in the last few days — one about the Florida Republican candidate for governor and the other about Michael Cohen’s supposed willingness to testify about Donald Trump.
You’d think the mainstream media could at least agree that the false imprisonment of a Christian pastor by a rogue regime is wrong. But the Washington Post has managed to spin its pages to support Turkey’s Erdogan over President Donald Trump.
A friend of the Westminster terror suspect described him as a ‘kind, quiet’ and ‘decent’ person who is ‘always smiling’ -and that the car crash outside the Houses of Parliament was an ‘definitely an accident’.
Today Islamic supremacists are demanding more accommodation of Islamic principles
and practices than ever, and daily growing more aggressive in eroding our freedoms – with politically
correct public officials only too happy..