Have you noticed how differently the media has treated the teens from Covington High School versus the way they treated the Parkland teens? Writer Jon Gabriel has. One group was hailed as heroes by the media, the other was vilified and worse.
Gabriel writes at Ricochet:
Comparing the Media’s Treatment of Parkland Teens and Covington Teens
The media didn’t exactly cover itself in glory this weekend. First, the media jumped on a BuzzFeed story that proved the Trump suborned perjury. It was debunked a day later by the Mueller team. As they wondered why Americans distrust them so, the media jumped on an anonymously posted video that proved teens at Covington Catholic High School were racists. That too was debunked a day later by a longer video of the incident.
The DC press corps screams when the President calls them “the enemy of the people.” Yet, time and time again, they prove his point. The facts no longer matter, only the narrative. Even if it means attacking teenagers.
Compare these tweets:
Perspective: The sliming of Parkland students shows the spreading stain of media polarization https://t.co/E1TleqZ0UQ
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 27, 2018
In an interview with The Post, Omaha tribe elder Nathan Phillips says he “felt like the spirit was talking through me” as teens jeered and mocked him https://t.co/sabTvhs1zl
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 19, 2019
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A brief history of how Parkland survivor David Hogg keeps schooling lawmakers on social media https://t.co/XrgoxjISdo pic.twitter.com/WShbJADDIy
— CNN (@CNN) March 29, 2018
Video shows a crowd of teenagers wearing ‘Make America Great Again’ hats taunting a Native American elder after Friday’s Indigenous Peoples March at the Lincoln Memorial https://t.co/2bYADuaUV2 pic.twitter.com/NDtiifPjoo
— CNN (@CNN) January 20, 2019
There are many more examples. One group was pushing gun control, the other was wearing MAGA hats. Any questions?
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