UNREAL! Dishonest Media SOFT SELLS BERLIN TERRORIST, Claims He Was “Desperate And Drifting”

After the December 19th “truck attack,” the dishonest media scrambled.

They tried to portray the suspect as anything but an ISIS-inspired terrorist.

The Washington Post reported:

“Desperate and drifting, Anis Amri took the path trodden by countless other North African teenagers: an illegal boat journey to Europe in hopes of a better life. He fell into crime instead — and is now suspect No. 1 in the deadly Berlin truck rampage claimed by the Islamic State group.”

Incredible how they paint this as a heart-wrenching story of an innocent immigrant.

Where’s the accountability?

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Although ISIS immediately claimed the attack, the Left remained in denial.

…they were wrong.

The Guardian reported:

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“The Berlin Christmas market attacker pledged his allegiance to Isis (Islamic State) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and called for Isis supporters to take revenge against “crusaders” bombing Muslims, a video posted on Amaq news agency showed, according to Reuters.”

Media outlets continued to call the terrorist attack a “truck crash” and “truck attack.”

An obvious effort to distract us from the true motive!


Thank God for President-Elect Trump – a voice of reason!

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