AP: Mormon Church 'Forced to Confront Its History of Polygamy After Nine Women And Children' MassacredChris Menahan
Nov. 07, 2019
Dem Lawmaker Slams Trump: 'How The Hell Does A Coyote Bring A Whole Human Across The Border?!'
Video Reveals Rudy Giuliani 'Borat' Scene Is A Total Fraud, 'She's 15' Line Was Dubbed In Post-Production
Trump Trounces Biden In Frank Luntz' Focus Group Of Undecided Voters After Final Presidential Debate
Media Throw A Fit After NBC's Doxing Journo Brandy Zadrozny Gets Exposed By Tucker Carlson Tonight
San Francisco Board Passes 'CAREN Act' to Punish 'Entitled White Women' Who Call 911 On Non-Whites
The Associated Press used the brutal massacre of an American Mormon family in Mexico to "spotlight" Mormons' "history of polygamy."
The AP tweeted Thursday afternoon:
"The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is forced to confront its history of polygamy after nine women and children from a Mormon offshoot where some practice plural marriage died in a cartel ambush in Mexico."Imagine if a conservative media outlet tweeted:
"Mexicans forced to confront history of illegal immigration after 22 died in a lone wolf ambush in El Paso."The AP tweet linked to an article titled, "Mexican killings spotlight Mormon history with polygamy":
The slaying in Mexico of nine people who belonged to a Mormon offshoot community where some people practice polygamy spotlights the mainstream church’s struggle to distance itself from plural marriage, which has a history in the faith but has long been denounced.The AP deleted their tweet after facing backlash and revised their article to read, "Mexico killing highlights confusion over Mormon groups."
Note how the AP, which fully embraces radical leftist gender ideology and the whole LGBT agenda, framed polygamy as the ultimate evil.
"Love is love" and there's "1,000 different genders" but polygamy is downright abhorrent!
Other media outlets similarly used the massacre as an opportunity to smear the victims.
"The brutal killing of 9 members of an American family in northern Mexico on Monday highlights the long history of religious fundamentalist settlers in the region," The New York Times tweeted.
"Slain U.S. citizens were part of Mormon offshoot with sordid history," read a headline from NBC News.
The New York Post ran an article smearing the women killed in the massacre for having "alleged ties to sex cult Nxivm."
The actual body of the article says the "alleged ties" are that young women from their Mormon community were targeted by (the Bronfman's) Nxivm predators.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.