Saturday, April 15

Doc in Michigan charged with performing FGM on girls as young as 7; Washington Post deliberately doesn't identify the group that does that

If you pay any attention to current events you've probably heard about "fake news."

According to Democrats and the liberal media (Washington Post, NY Times, all TV networks) fake news is anything published on the internet or said on any talk-radio show.  To the lib media, if they didn't print or say it, you don't need to know it.  And by inference, you are to take anything they do say or print as "truth."

Okay, let's see how that works:  two days ago a female doctor in Michigan was charged with performing "female genital mutilation" on girls as young as 7 years old.  FGM is a ghastly procedure forced on young girls by Muslim parents to remove pleasure from sex.  Muslims think this is necessary because they don't think girls should enjoy sex, or...something.

So how did the flagship liberal paper--the WaPo--spin this in their "report" of the event?  They avoided even mentioning the word "Muslim"!   Even when the Post noted that the press release by the DOJ on the indictment said "members of a particular religious community are known to use the procedure," the Post didn't see fit to tell you what everyone in the Detroit area knew:  that the doctor and all the victims were Muslim.  Here's how the Post dodged:
According to the complaint against Nagarwala, members of a particular religious and cultural community are known to use the procedure — which some see as a way to curb sexuality in girls. The complaint did not identify the community but said Nagarwala was a part of it.
So if you were a young American looking for information about, oh, barbaric mutilation of young Muslim girls forced on them by their Muslim parents, you wouldn't know jack from reading the Post.

So if the Post won't tell you the facts of this case, what in the world leads you to foolishly believe they'd tell you the truth about anything that the thought might harm their Narrative ("Dems and progressives good; conservatives and Trump and bloggers and the internet bad")?

I wish that just once some "real" journalist--say Tucker Carlson--would invite a reporter from the Post to appear on his show and ask 'em why they routinely avoid calling out Islam for the ghastly things devout Muslims feel they're ordered to do by their "religion."


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