AWFUL: WaPost Writes Islamic Terrorism Out Of Pulse Nightclub Shooting

One year after an Islamic terrorist murdered 49 people in a nightclub in Florida, the liberal Washington Post erased the horror from their news article – intentionally not mentioning that the attack was an Islamic terrorist attack.

The Daily Caller reported:

The Washington Post left any mention of Islamic terrorism out of a recounting of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, referring instead to a terrorist shooting 49 people dead in the name of the Islamic State simply as “gun violence.”

“A year ago, 49 people died at Pulse Nightclub,” the bizarrely passive headline on the story reads.

Reporter Katie Mettler writes at length about the havoc wreaked on dozens of victims and their families in the June, 2016, attack, but makes no mention of the motivation of the Muslim terrorist responsible for the destruction. Neither Islam nor terror is mentioned once, although Omar Mateen took great pains to make his motive ultra clear.

The description of the attack is even more bizarre than the headline. Mettler ascribes the religiously motivated terror rampage to a disembodied “mass shooting” that “stole 49 lives.”

“It had been a year since the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history stole 49 lives there and scarred countless others; a year since Pulse, a safe space for Orlando’s gay community, fundamentally changed,” she writes.

Read the rest of the report here.

The liberal media is sick!

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