Just Like That, They're 'Christians' AgainChris Menahan
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The New York Times decided not to use any euphemisms on Wednesday when they reported that "mobs of Christian men in Sri Lanka" have allegedly been "threatening and beating Muslims."
Note, they specifically identified "Christians" as the attackers and "Muslims" as the victims.
Contrast that with their front page in the aftermath of the Sri Lanka terrorist suicide bombing attacks where no mention was made of Muslims being the attackers nor Christians being the victims.
We saw just the same with the Democrats.
Their attempted narrative control didn't go unnoticed:
Even though this was the deadliest Muslim terrorist attack since 9/11, the suffering of those killed and their families takes a backseat in the media to the fear of a "backlash" among Muslims.
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