Jenna Jameson not afraid to stand up to media bias

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Former adult movie star and business woman Jenna Jameson laid into a Palestinian news source that tried to make it look as though Israeli police murdered two Palestinian children.

“Child Killed, Her Friend Seriously Injured, In Jerusalem.,” the headline from the IMEMC Twitter read.

That sounds terrible, but alas there was more to the story and the Jameson was more than happy to school the “news agency.”

Yes what about those scissors? The Telegraph reported that the 16-year-old who was shot dead by Israeli forces first stabbed a Palestinian man she mistook for an Israeli. He 14-year-old cousin was also seen on surveillance video carrying a pair of scissors and making stabbing movements in the air before being shot and injured by law enforcement.

IMEMC calls itself “An alternative source of news from Palestine, produced by Palestinian and International journalists.”

Alternative what? Universe?

Social media supported Jameson giving them the smack down.


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