Watch Liberal American Journalists Heap Praise On MARXIST DICTATOR Fidel Castro (VIDEOS)

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American media is made up mainly of left wingers. That has become completely obvious following the death of Fidel Castro.

Castro was a brutal dictator but many journalists are willing to ignore that because he was a left wing dictator.

Some of them even praised him after his death. NewsBusters reported:

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Journalists Hail Castro’s Achievements, ‘George Washington,’ ‘Folk Hero to Most of Us’

On MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell insisted in a stock bio that Castro “gave his people better health care and education.” Appearing live by phone, she soon trumpted how Castro “will be revered” for “education and social services and medical care to all of his people.”

Along a similar theme, in an ABC Special Report during Nightline, Jim Avila maintained that “even Castro’s critics praised his advances in health care and in education.”

In a relatively tough report on Castro’s abuses, CNN’s Martin Savidge, in a pre-recorded bio piece, highlighted how “many saw positives, education and health care for all, racial integration.”

A meandering Brian Williams popped up by phone on MSNBC to ruminate and recalled how in his last visit to Cuba, in 2015: “You see the medicine system they are very proud of.”

ABC’s Avila went so far as to tout how Castro “was considered, even to this day, the George Washington of his country among those who remain in Cuba.”

Watch the videos below:

American journalists are being nicer when speaking about a dictator than they are when they talk about President Elect Donald Trump.

Think about that.

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