In a follow up to two stories from last week, major media has taken NBC anchor Lester Holt’s message to heart and is ignoring objectivity and following a hard left message on the recent Capitol Hill attack that killed a Capitol Police officer and a terrorist. Also, on Friday and into the weekend, despite blatant evidence to the contrary, media and social media continue to insist that the killer was “white”. Both advance a leftist narrative and the first story animates the second.
At an awards ceremony last week that centered on leftist journos giving awards to themselves, Holt told the assembled badly educated children that it was their responsibility to ignore objectivity and propagandise for the left. Going with the flow, over the weekend media and social media, with notable exceptions like the New York Times, went bananas trying to convince America that Noah Green was white. This was after numerous outlets had correctly identified Green as an Islamist antisemitic black man who loathes Donald Trump. Thus, the narrative didn’t work. This time.
On Friday, Noah Green staged an attack on the U.S. Capitol killing one police officer and injuring another.
Per MSNBC, he was a "White Male."
Per Reuters, he was a "White Supremacist" and a "Member of a Militia."
In fact, he was a BLACK MAN who supported THE NATION OF ISLAM.
— Vince Milum (@ReasonedMind) April 3, 2021
FNC: “MSNBC erroneously reported Friday that the suspect in Friday’s deadly car attack at the U.S. Capitol was a ‘White male.’ During the network’s 2 p.m. ET program ‘Katy Tur Reports,’ NBC News justice correspondent Pete Williams provided reporting on the then-unidentified suspect, who had just died. ‘The question now is, what’s the condition of the Capitol Police officers who were injured when the man — we’re told it was a White male that was driving the car — when the man got out of the car and attacked the police officers with a knife,’ Williams told MSNBC anchor Katy Tur. Green’s Facebook page, which has since been taken down, included photos and videos of Nation of Islam rallies, and the bio identified Green as a ‘Follower of Farrakhan.’ The most recent post was a YouTube video of a 2009 Louis Farrakhan speech titled, ‘The Crucifixion of Michael Jackson.’ In it, the Nation of Islam leader said Jesus was not the Messiah and called Christian theology a lie. He also praised Farrakhan, an outspoken anti-Semite, as ‘Jesus’ and former NOI leader Elijah Muhammad as ‘the exalted Christ.’ ” Yup, all normal things for your typical white supremacist, eh?