White House counselor Kellyanne Conway torched the left-wing Washington Post for cooing over ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in its glowing obituary of the mass-murdering terrorist and rapist.
Conway held up a cutout of the widely-panned Washington Post headline that gushed reverently: “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.”
Kellyanne pointed out that if Baghdadi were a Trump aide, WaPo wouldn’t have been so kind in its fawning obituary, which she called a “disgrace.”
“I would ask the Washington Post to close your eyes and pretend that al-Baghdadi worked in the Trump White House and then go rewrite your obituary,” Conway told Fox News host Martha MacCallum. “I bet you wouldn’t be as kind.”
(Source: The Story)
As BizPac Review reported, the Washington Post got dragged on Twitter for its nauseatingly flattering obituary of Baghdadi, who founded the ISIS terrorist network.
Baghdadi died after fleeing into a tunnel with three random children he took to use as a shield. He killed himself by detonating a suicide vest when he was cornered by U.S. Special Operations Forces, killing the children in the process. That’s hardly the actions of a respectable “religious scholar.”
The Washington Post also praised Baghdadi’s “canny pragmatism” and described him as a “shy, nearsighted youth who liked soccer.”
Moreover, WaPo chirped that despite the countless deaths he caused as the leader of ISIS, al-Baghdadi had “no known aptitude for fighting and killing.” What kind of sick propaganda is that?
Former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka tweeted: “This is how the treasonous Washington Post describes a mass murderer who had Americans beheaded and our Muslim allies burnt alive. You are THE ENEMY of the American People and all that is sacred.”
This is how the treasonous @washingtonpost describes a mass murderer who had Americans beheaded and our Muslim allies burnt alive.
Yes you are THE ENEMY of the American People and all that is sacred. pic.twitter.com/nW6S2sweJc
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) October 27, 2019
This incident underscores that the left-wing media refuse to give President Trump any credit for anything he does — even if it means praising murderous, raping dictators who hate the United States.
.@CNN Contributor Max Boot:
"The assertion that Baghdadi died as a coward was contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured he blew himself up"
How is blowing yourself & 3 kids up instead of facing justice NOT cowardly?
Will CNN continue to pay this ISIS apologist?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) October 28, 2019
With its shockingly distasteful headline, the Washington Post also inadvertently contradicted its longstanding talking point that Islam has nothing to do with ISIS. After all, hasn’t the media been screeching all this time that Islam is a “religion of peace” that has nothing to do with terrorism?
Senator Lindsey Graham — who has often criticized Trump’s dovish Mideast policy — says Trump “changed the game” in the war on terror by crushing the ISIS network and ordering the killing of its leader this weekend.
“[Trump] made a conscious decision when he went to Iraq to change the game when it came to destroying ISIS,” Senator Graham said. “He has had a determination to destroy the caliphate unlike anybody I’ve ever met.”
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