Imagine the liberal AJC using an accurate term to describe the anti-enforcement mob in stories on immigration. Of course they don’t. The corporate-funded anti-borders organizers are usually described as “civil rights groups” or “immigrant advocates.” It’s part and parcel of the mind-molding mission at Kevin Riley’s Dunwoody newspaper.
While the days of the AJC opinion editor running my critical letters of correction to this ongoing dishonesty are apparently over, there was was a time when the trickery could be noted in the letters section. Here is one. It makes the point.
AJC use and normalization of the terms the left spews out is standard trickery.
Another example came this week when the Cobb County Republican Party cancelled a prayer vigil related to the victims of the disgraceful January 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol. The liberal AJC headline on the celebratory story from “aspiring Mensch” Greg Bluestein was “Cobb GOP cancels ‘homage to treason’ for Jan. 6 insurrection.”
Insurrection. Get it? Forget that there were and are zero charges of insurrection. It’s hyperbole designed to indoctrinate the mouth-breathing idiot liberals who automatically believe the dishonest liberal media. Because “Democracy.” And it works.
But how about the event being labeled ‘homage to treason?’ in the headline – where did that come from? In his news story Bluestein boasts that it came from a Democrat state legislator:
The details of the event, which emerged Sunday, sparked a torrent of criticism — and a nickname from state Rep. Teri Anulewicz, who called it an “homage to treason.”
You can read the entire smear for more.
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I wish I didn’t have to read it…