No matter that the perpetrator said that what he was doing was for ISIS… Thank you Liberal sheep who voted this administration in for 2 terms.
BY: ROBERT KRAYCHIK JUNE 19, 2016
Describing last Sunday’s Islamic terrorist attack in Orlando as a “mass shooting,” left-wing CNN’s Dana Bash set the stage for a gentle interview with Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Refusing to acknowledge the religious and ideological motivations of the mas murderer Omar Mateen, Lynch aligned herself with President Barack Obama’s perceptions of the attack with nebulous rhetoric about “hate.”
Repeating the nonsensical left-wing classification of crimes of “hate,” Lynch highlighted LGBT and Hispanic persons as groups “often victimized by crimes of hate.” Mateen attacked a gay nightclub on its “Latin Night.”
Indirectly asked to do so by Bash, Lynch denied that left-wing “political correctness” had obstructed authorities from preventing the mass murder despite, red flags raised from its perpetrator prior to its commission.
“A lot of the information that we gain is from the Muslim community,” claimed Lynch, ignoring collusion and support Islamic terrorists receive from other Muslims. “We investigate these cases aggressively. No stone is left unturned there is no backing away from an issue. There is no backing away from an interview.”
“It’s our goal to get as much information into the public domain as possible,” claimed Lynch, implying transparency and honesty from the Obama Administration towards the American public.
No questions were asked about the immigration of Muslims as it relates to Islamic terrorism, given that Omar Mateen’s Muslim parents emigrated from Afghanistan.
No inquiries were made into intelligence gathering and surveillance of mosques or the broader “Muslim community” towards intercepting and preventing Islamic terrorism.
No direct mention of Islamic terrorism was made by either Bash or Lynch.
CNN presents itself as an objective and straight news outlet, rather than an informal arm of the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.