segunda-feira, 5 de junho de 2017

And the award goes to...


The "news" stories the mainstream media pushed out this past week are simply absurd.

Especially when you consider the MAJOR events that occurred...
  • President Trump decided not to move the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
  • ISIS kidnapped a Catholic priest in the Philippines AND raided a hotel resort, killing dozens of people.
  • And the U.S. withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement.

But did you even hear about these stories?

No. Instead the media went on and on about Kathy Griffin, Hillary Clinton's blame game and "covfefe." 

Jim, I want to know which of last week's "fake news" stories you think was the most ridiculous: 

Was it Kathy Griffin's tasteless photo shoot and claims she's being bullied by the Trump Family? (Read about this here.

Maybe it was Hillary Clinton's bizarre interview, where she blamed Macedonians and a host of others for losing the election? (Read about this here.

Or perhaps it was "Covfefe" – the typo in one of President Trump's tweet that somehow made headline news? (Read about this here.

Please use the button below to cast your "vote" for the most un-newsworthy story of the week. 






Thank you for sharing your opinion. For important, newsworthy coverage, I encourage you to check out FrontPageMag.com.

Sincerely,

David Horowitz

P.S. I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't call out the media for one other thing... While yes, they did cover the terror attacks in London over the weekend, they spent TOO much time discussing Ariana Grande's benefit concert in Manchester and Katy Perry's out-of-touch remarks. Unbelievable. 

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