I was listening to National Public Radio this morning on the way to work. It was their morning fake news program called, “Morning Edition.”
They were talking about the terrorist attacks at Belgium’s international airport, and in a Brussels metro station this early morning.
One of the commentators, Steve Inskeep (the regular morning host) fell all over himself to insist that we couldn’t be sure that the attacks were by muslims. He was all, “We hasten to say that we don’t know for sure…” and, “We can’t come to any conclusions just yet…” and “Even though there are reports that the attackers were speaking Arabic, and shouting ‘Allahu Akbar,’ eyewitnesses can sometimes get it wrong…”
After all, it’s just so easy to mistake, “Hey, taxi!” for “Allahu Akbar!”
Because, you see, there are so many Jews, and Methodists, and Mennonites, and Baptists, and Catholics, and Quakers and Buddhists, and Hindus and Taoists, and Confucianists, and Lutherans running around the world yelling, “Allahu Akbar!” blowing themselves up, and taking as many innocent people with them as they can.
If there were even the teentsiest, weentsiest, whiff of a hint of an offhand rumor, of a scintilla of a glimmer of a thought that Jews or Christians were behind the Belgium bombings, the coverage would have been all, “What can we do about these lethal extremists?” and “Does this throw into doubt the entire Jewish (or Christian) faith?”
However, as will become painfully clear, a group much favored by NPR and the political left — muslims — did it, so we absolutely must not rush to judgment.
Because, you see, there are so many Jews, and Methodists, and Mennonites… Oh, oops…I guess I already said that.
They really can’t help themselves at NPR. They really are that stupid.
Your taxpayer dollars and mine go to fund these morons, whose “information” is so consistently ridiculously wrong, false, distorted beyond recognition, or misleading, that you’d be better served flushing those dollars straight down the toilet than giving them to NPR.