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Libs And Journos POUNCE On Gaza Hospital ‘Bombing’ — There’s Just One BIG Problem…

It appears that relying on the Hamas death cult for reliable information isn't such a great idea.

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A blast at a Christian-run hospital in Gaza on Tuesday caused outrage around the world.

There are now protests in Muslim countries as a result of that hospital “attack.”

But, as they say, the lie spread around the globe before the truth could even get its pants on.

The New York Times quickly reported, “Israeli Strike Kills Hundreds in Hospital, Palestinians Say.”

Not long after, they updated the headline to include that Palestinians are reporting that “at least 500” people were killed in the strike.

They had to update the headline for a third time when questions arose that the “strike” wasn’t a strike at all, but a failed rocket attack by terrorists in Gaza. They kept the number of dead in the headline, though. Gotta keep attracting those outrage clicks!

In the clear light of day, the damage appears to have been the parking lot of the hospital and not the hospital itself.

Kinda makes you wonder how 500 people died in a parking lot.

Even if people had been sheltering in the chapel, they’d have perhaps had some cuts from the broken stained glass at worst.

Admittedly, there were people in the area who are now homeless because Hamas instigated a war with the horrific terror attack on October 7. But let’s also be clear that’s not all because of the Israeli response — Hamas uses homemade rockets with a high failure rate. Many don’t reach their intended target and fall on their own people. They often blame these failed rocket launches on Israeli attacks.

The possible impact crater isn’t all that big in the grand scheme of things.

To contrast, here’s the difference between the size of the crater at the hospital and the impact of an Israeli strike.

A significant amount of evidence appears to show that this was clearly a failed rocket attack by Hamas.

An intercepted call between two terrorists appears to confirm that the rocket was launched from the cemetery behind the hospital by Hamas’s fellow terrorists, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

When the news first broke, however, Libs and Journos were quick to believe the Palestinian reports that Israel targeted the hospital in a strike.

Pro-Palestinian members of the far-left Democrat “Squad” were quick to pounce on the news as evidence of how awful Israel is.

But it wasn’t just the far-left Squad — the fake news journos joined in.

WaPo reporter Karen Attiah who reposted a tweet reveling in the Hamas terror attack as what “decolonization” looked like…

…didn’t think it was possible for a Palestinian terrorist rocket to do that much damage to a hospital. Of course, we know now that the hospital wasn’t leveled and there was just a small crater in the parking lot.

But then, we shouldn’t be surprised. She thinks that the claim that Hamas uses civilians as human shields is an “Islamophobic trope”. Reminder — the Palestinian terrorists launched a rocket from a cemetery over a hospital. Tablet Magazine reported in 2014 that it was the “worst kept secret” that Hamas’s organizational headquarters was under the Shifa Hospital in Northern Gaza.

It’s just an Islamophobic trope, guys. Trust her, she’s a Washington Post journalist.

An L.A. Times reporter who wanted Israel to provide evidence that Hamas terrorists beheaded Jewish babies…

…also wanted Israel to provide proof that it didn’t attack the hospital. He, too, was skeptical of the claim that a failed Palestinian rocket could be to blame for the hospital damage. He did not, however, have the same skepticism of the claims of a destroyed hospital and hundreds dead. Why would he? It confirmed his priors.

It also appears that NBC’s “disinformation expert” was just as quick to #BelieveAllPalestinians.

The tweets are still up despite the evidence that the rocket was a failed launch from inside Gaza.

Al Jazeera footage shows the moment that the rocket launched from Gaza misfired.

Here is a reporter from the Times of Israel sharing surveillance footage confirming what was aired on Al Jazeera.

As the news was changing in real-time, the New York Times had to change its headline more than once.

It should be noted that they also used a photo that was not of the hospital site at all.

As if that wasn’t enough, The New York Slime stealth-edited the content in the article, too.

Truly, we do not hate these lying rat-bastard journos enough.

Look, I get it “fog of war” and all that, but come on… they’re the ones that are supposed to be telling us what is going on in the world. Instead, they’re pushing leftwing narratives and uncritically parroting terrorist propaganda.

But hear me out… there are verified sources that can independently confirm some of this stuff.

An account that uses geolocating for analysis confirms the intercepted audio.

X user AGHamilton posted a thorough thread on the evidence.

The problem as identified by the senior editor of The Federalist is that far too many journos are sympathetic to Hamas.

Journalism is broken because of institutional capture and it’s apparently a feature, not a bug. There isn’t much “investigative reporting” in news outlets anymore and they’ve mixed opinion with reporting. We openly do that at ClashDaily, and we now have a disclaimer on our articles that include opinion.

The totalitarians in the media only want their views shown with no disclaimer, and that is a problem.

The reason that trust in media continues to decline is because we’re forced to rely more and more on social media keyboard warriors to sift through the facts and hold our “Fourth Estate” elites accountable for spreading false information.

K. Walker

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker

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