Reading the Washington Post, you might think 49 people died at the Pulse nightclub last year because of food poisoning.
A year ago, 49 people died at Pulse nightclub. Today, Orlando remembers. https://t.co/k6Bj3gXStD
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 12, 2017
1. They were murdered
2. Not a single mention in piece why. https://t.co/ilBR0LLrZx
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 12, 2017
Prosecution of Omar Mateen’s wife would help here. If she is convicted of aiding terror that would have to be mentioned as justice done for the victims.
I understand that he frequented this night club allot.
Yeah, I don’t know how “often” he went there but he certainly had a Tinder account while married to his accomplice– oops, I meant to say wife.
Wapo should be the poster child for FAKE NEWS. Such a disgusting anniversary
memorial for the horror of what those victims went through and why they
went through it.
Hey, WaPo is better than the NYT editorial that expressed deep perplexity over shooter Mateen’s motives while placing blame squarely on the shoulders of Republicans. Here you see on full display exactly the sort of deranged hatemongering that they claim to be battling.
Note that this is from the full editorial board, not just some sick individual.
Oh, and subsequently Mateen’s father was photographed adjacent to Hillary at her rally. Yes, that’s a “Stronger Together” sign in the foreground. You can’t make this stuff up.