Late Saturday night in Calgary, Canada, two Muslim men, Mohamed Salad and Mohamed Elmi, drove up to a bar. One of the Mohameds walked up to the door and shot in.
A 38-year old man inside the bar was hit by the bullet and was rushed to the hospital.
Bouncers and police subdued the shooter. Then another thug got out of the car, and tries to pull his friend away from the bouncers until police tackle him too.
So two Mohameds are charged with attempted murder and firearms offences.
How did this story get covered in the mainstream media?
I'll show you the front page of the newspaper of record in Calgary today. Big story about Leonardo DiCaprio at the top. Their main story is about traffic court. Seriously.
If you look on the left hand side of the page, you can see a microscopic mention: “Bouncers tackle gunman at Beltline night club." That’s it.
If you go to the story inside the newspaper, you have to read all the way down to the 25th paragraph before you get to the name of the accused — the two Mohameds.
I examined literally 15 news stories — CBC, CTV, Canadian Press, etc., on this, and not one of them mentioned the word terrorism, even though the police said it was a possibility.
To me, that’s the really scary news out of Calgary. Not that two Mohameds shot up a bar. But that every journalist in the country did their level best to avoid talking about terrorism.
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