This Note Perfectly Depicts Media Hypocrisy When White Extremists Attack

Laying it out in Black & White like that … how could they possibly refute it?

At some point, the media — almost as a single unit — developed a particular script that they follow.

When there is an attack, there is a particular way to frame that attack. It’s bulletproof.

Anyone who cries foul is immediately framed as unreasonable, as intolerant. As — honestly — the ‘REAL’ problem.

In case you’re having trouble reading the handwritten note, it’s a chart. Here is a modified version, in typed form:

WEAPON: CAR

DRIVEN BY: Islamic Extremist

// White Supremacist

VERDICT: Nothing To Do With Islam

// Everything to do with Republicans

ACTION: Focus on possible Hate Crimes Against Muslims

// Focus on Right Wing Hate

NARRATIVE: We are not Divided; We Stand United; We carry on as Normal

// We are more Divided than ever; Blame Republican; Sackings & Scalpings

Protests Against (by feminists): NONE

// Endless

They couldn’t help themselves. In applying the double standard to the VERY same situation, they gave us an apples-to-apples comparison.

And then, the ‘jig was up’.

Don’t expect them to ‘man up’. They wouldn’t even know how.

Unless they read this.

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Share if that spells it out pretty clearly.

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