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Published On: Sun, Jul 28th, 2019

USA Today confesses fake news media ignoring Kyoto Animation mass killing due to lack of guns

In a shocking spin on the fake news and conspiracy to push only liberal ideals and leftist propaganda, the USA Today published this confession: “Kyoto Animation arson killings didn’t get much attention because we couldn’t demonize guns.”

Yes, you read that correctly, the USA Today admitted to the suppression of a mass shooting coverage because it didn’t fit their gun control narrative.

The James Alan Fox summarized the obsession with President Trump’s tweet, noting that this was the mass killing in Japan for over two decades.

“Mass shootings remain one of the most widely discussed topics here in the United States. By comparison, we just don’t seem to be as unnerved by mass killings carried out by other methods, unless of course they hint of terrorism, be it of foreign or domestic origin.”

Fox continues, citing the AP/USA Today data database: “Of the 391 U.S. massacres of four or more victims since 2006 contained in the AP/USAT/NU database, 85 (or 22%) involved weapons other than a gun. Of course, none led to calls for banning gasoline and other accelerants or proposals to limit the size of knives. It is the politics and controversy surrounding gun control that highlight mass shootings above the rest.”

Yes, that’s from the USA Today and NOT a conservative, right wing or conspiracy theory website.

ALMOST ONE IN FOUR MASSACRES SINCE 2006 DON’T INVOLVE GUNS!

“It is surely fruitless to assess the relative severity of mass killings on the basis of weaponry. Our sense of outrage and concern for the victims should be the same whether they died from a firearm or fire. ”

Check out the post for yourself HERE

 

photo/ John Hain

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