Remember the terrible shooting and killing at the Washington Navy Yard? That was what, two weeks ago? Yet it has been deeply buried by the same people who enable Barack Obama and his Party to lie to us with impunity. We don’t hear much talk about the shooter using a Muslim name on his internet social media account, do we?
Remember the smug predictions from Chuck “Uncle Democrat” Schumer that amnesty would sail through the Republican House because he “knew” so many Republicans were just itching to vote away the life of America and their Party? We don’t hear much talk like that these days, do we?
How about the endless promises that Obamacare would “allow you to keep you doctor if you like him/her” and that “Obamacare will decrease the cost of healthcare”? CRICKETS.
Those who have watched the media for the past six years know it lies and rarely tells us the truth about what goes on in Washington. Many in our state capitals have learned to distrust them.
The latest affirmation of this certain knowledge that the media lies comes in the reporting of the Islamist murder spree in the Kenyan mall.
In spite of the blindingly obvious fact that al Qeada and aligned Muslim groups ran through the mall determining who should live and who should die, based solely on whether they were Muslims or not, a study reveals that the media refused to use the words “Islamist terrorist” in their headlines.
The media wordsmiths have created handy euphemisms to avoid mentioning “Islamic terrorist” even halfway around the world.
To avoid reminding people that they helped Obama lie about “having al Qaeda on the run,” we are now insulted with words and phrases like “militants,” “extremists,” and “terrorist attack by armed militants.” In other words, anything but the truth. The media doesn’t like the truth.
Now this same bunch wants us to believe that the Republican Party is running headlong toward suicide because of the efforts of some of its members. Do we trust them? Or do we trust what we can see and hear?
Who has America’s best interests at heart? Ted Cruz, or Mitch McConnell?