It’s hard to keep up with all the misleading information that’s come out since the Orlando terrorist attack at the Pulse nightclub.
It was bad enough that Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called this a “domestic terrorist attack” – as if it was carried out by the IRA or the FLQ.
Barack Obama told us that the precise motive was still unclear despite the fact that Omar Mateen phoned both 911 and the local television station during the attack, telling them:
“I’m the shooter. It’s me. I did it for ISIS. I did it for the Islamic State.”
How much clearer could his motive be?
Well, Obama was playing politics, which he admitted two days later. He just pretended not to know the motive, even though he knew it was radical Islam. He just doesn’t like saying it and is trying to scrub it from our minds and our vocabulary.
Watch as I show a few examples that seem to show it’s working pretty well in the group-think American media. It’d be funny if it weren’t so incredibly sad.
Yes, there is most certainly a "culture of homophobia." But it ain't in America.
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