Media Praises Terrorist?

PUBLISHED: 5:03 PM 28 Oct 2019
UPDATED: 5:04 PM 28 Oct 2019

Media, Hollywood React To ISIS Leader’s Death By Attacking Trump

The reaction over the death of the leader of a terror organization responsible for thousands of deaths demonstrates that the leftist elite in America obviously love terrorists as much as they hate President Trump.

This man was not a religious scholar, he was a bloodthirsty murderer.

On Sunday, President Donald Trump briefed the nation (and the world) on the successful raid carried out by American Special Forces against ISIS terrorist leader Abu al Baghdadi.

However, Hollywood and the mainstream media reacted, not with praise, but with hatred of President Trump, with the Washington Post being forced to change their headline calling the radical murdering terrorist a “religious scholar.”

Seriously.

It’s almost as if these leftists love terrorists as much as they hate the man who is doing a spectacular job in the White House.

Not only did the left show its never-ending support of terror, one person claimed that the photo of the president in the situation room was staged.

Of course, there’s plenty of evidence that it was not staged, but that doesn’t stop the left from making the report and then trusting to the fact that many people will only hear that, and not the facts.

The Daily Caller Update opined on the disgusting reaction of the America left:

Our fake news media’s love affair with Islamic terrorists never dims, nor does its knee-jerking to take every possible shot at President Donald Trump, no matter how absurd it might be.

The Washington Post got things started in the immediate wake of the announcement of the U.S. military’s killing of the mass murdering ISIS “leader” with the most sympathetic headline it could muster to describe him: “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.”

Oh, see, the guy who ordered his forces to film the chopping off of innocent victims’ heads and posting them on the Internet wasn’t a terrorist, oh no. Why, he was just an “austere religious scholar” in the minds of the American news media. After the Post began collecting flak from outraged readers, its depraved editors made the decision to “correct” the headline:

So, he’s still not a “terrorist,” but now at least he’s an “extremist leader.” The Washington Post has a rule against using the words “Islamic terrorist” still to this day. Holy crap.

Not to be outdone, Bloomberg followed the WaPo example with this little bit of despicable nonsense:

So, in the minds of the folks at Bloomberg, al-Baghdadi was just a poor boy who made good, and his terrorist organization that mass-murdered tens of thousands and displaced millions suddenly morphs into an “entity” that “covered swaths” of the two countries that it in fact raped and pillaged. You seriously could never make these fake journalists up.

Oh, hey, but what about the New York Times? Surely, the terrorist-sympathizing slugs on the Times staff could never allow themselves to take second chair to the WaPo when it comes sucking up to ISIS, right?

Right.

Here is the tweet the Times sent out summarizing its lead story on the success of the U.S. military operation:

In its story, the Times pretends to have “multiple sources” for its obviously false narrative which is not supported by anyone with any knowledge, but fails to identify a single one of them. Just one more in a very, very long line of fake news stories published by the Times to make its rabidly anti-Trump reader base feel better about another in a very, very long line of Trump wins.

Finally, we come to the hacks at Politico, who really and truly wrote this after the President was booed at last night’s World Series game between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros:

IT’S A SIGN OF THE PRESIDENT’S ISOLATION, too, that he took only his staunchest Republican allies with him to the game, along with the first lady. Nats Park is perhaps one of the only gathering places in town that draws Republicans and Democrats in equal measure — but his box was all red.

THAT SAID … He was under no obligation to notify Speaker NANCY PELOSI ahead of the Baghdadi raid, but telling her and other top Democrats would’ve bought a huge chunk of goodwill. Pelosi — a former top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee — has been trusted with state secrets for decades. There is approximately zero chance she would’ve dialed up a reporter to leak the plans.

What a load of abject horse manure. First of all, Washington, DC is about 90% Democrat, as clearly demonstrated in the 2016 election results. Thus, the crowd at that game – which the Astros, a team from the very Red state of Texas, thankfully won – was most likely overwhelmingly Blue. Given the sorry behavior of Democrats in this day and time, it was easily predictable that they would boo President Trump, who they all hate with a demonic passion.

Second, thought that pre-briefing San Fran Nan, Adam Schiff and other congressional Democrats would have “bought a huge chunk of good will” is so transparently absurd that it is hard to believe that even a fake news hack from Politico would actually write it.

What, are we to believe that Adam Schiff would have been so moved by a pre-briefing on a military raid that would suddenly develop a sense of ethics and love of country? Are we to really think that San Fran Nan would have responded by calling off the whole Soviet-style impeachment operation? Did the writer of this piece just escape from his baby crib? A mental ward?

Every patriotic American is today celebrating the U.S. military operation that killed one of the most despicable mass murderers in world history. Is it any surprise to any of you patriotic Americans that the Democrats and their toadies who infest your national news media are not joining you in doing so?

Hollywood also got in on the act.

Breitbart News reported:

Hollywood figures took to social media on Sunday and went after President Donald Trump after he announced the death of the murderous ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, at the hands of U.S. military forces in Syria.

“The more Trump talked and revealed certain info (which he probably shouldn’t have), it’s clear he had/has relatively distant knowledge of the details of this raid,” actor Jeffery Wright said of Trump Sunday morning national address from the White House. ‘”I got to watch *most* of it.’ Good Special Forces got Baghdadi despite suspect & corrupt US leadership now.”

The more Trump talked and revealed certain info (which he probably shouldn’t have), it’s clear he had/has relatively distant knowledge of the details of this raid.

“I got to watch *most* of it.”

Good Special Forces got Baghdadi despite suspect & corrupt US leadership now.

— Jeffrey Wright (@jfreewright) October 27, 2019

Indeed, in his national address on Sunday morning, President Trump said: “Last night the United States brought the world’s number one terrorist leader to justice, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead. He was the founder and leader of ISIS, the most ruthless and violent terror organization anywhere in the world.”

“He died after running into a dead-end tunnel, whimpering and crying and screaming all the way,” Trump explained.

And it didn’t take long before Hollywood’s most vocal opponents of the president to pour on the vitriol.

“Trump: “My terrorist was bigger that your terrorist,” Director Rob Reiner said.

Trump: “My terrorist was bigger that your terrorist.”

— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) October 27, 2019

“He may have died a coward @realDonaldTrump but ALL living things suffer when they are blown up. Anyone who has experienced warfare, unlike yourself, would know that,” actress Jamie Lee Curtis said. “War is brutal. Dogs are brave, bold, loyal, loving and healing.”

He may have died a coward @realDonaldTrump but ALL living things suffer when they are blown up. Anyone who has experienced warfare, unlike yourself, would know that. War is brutal. Dogs are brave, bold, loyal, loving and healing.

— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) October 27, 2019

“I hate to have even the tiniest empathy for the man, but Trump’s picture-posing smile looks like every girl’s face in every prom photo with a bad date,” actress Bette Midler said (in a tweet she later deleted), likely referring to a photo of President Trump is joined by VP Mike Pence and generals and other national security personnel in the Situation Room as the raid went on.

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— Dan Scavino Jr.🇺🇸 (@Scavino45) October 27, 2019

So obviously Trump is very, very stupid & a bigot & may even have neurosyphilis – so it’s no surprise his speech is a grease fire in a nursing home. I only even saw it because I’m at the gym blasting my quads (pics to come). But what I was struck by is how ABC 1/

— rob delaney (@robdelaney) October 27, 2019

I love pics of Trump trying to look like a hard man because you know he was thinking of the time Sharon Stone was rude to him or some shit https://t.co/GSXEuL2VQ9

— Ike Barinholtz (@ikebarinholtz) October 27, 2019

“The president speaks like I did coming right out of surgery. It’s clear we got Baghdadi despite this C-I-C, not because of him,” actor George Takei said.

The president speaks like I did coming right out of surgery. It’s clear we got Baghdadi despite this C-I-C, not because of him.

— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 27, 2019

Hours before Trump addressed the nation, actor Patton Oswalt was mocking the president.

DIAPER TEAM, West Wing STAT! https://t.co/KN3ROk40Xm

— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) October 27, 2019

This is the America left: they hate all things American.