RUSH: Washington Post:  Quote, “At one point, while about two dozen hostages were in the bathrooms inside Pulse, Carter said the gunman asked if there were any black people in the room. When one man said yes, the shooter said, ‘”You know I don’t have a problem with black people,”‘ Carter recalled during a news conference. She said he added: “‘This is about my country. You guys suffered enough.”‘”

He’s looking at black people.  He’s obviously been taught that he’s got something in common with black people.  They’ve both been discriminated against.  He loves America.  Now, what’s the Post doing here?  They’re trying to humanize this guy.  They’re trying to say, “You know what?  This guy’s not nearly as bad as Christians or conservatives! Why, he didn’t want to kill any blacks.  He’s a great guy!  He might be misunderstood.”

They are trying to humanize a mass murderer in the Drive-By Media.  Here’s the next line in the Washington Post article: “These comments further add to the uncertainty regarding what may have inspired the gunman.”  You know, maybe since he was willing — he tried — to spare African-Americans, maybe he had a more justifiable purpose than we originally thought he was trying to spare a minority!  He only wanted to hit the white gays.

That’s unwritten.

The implication is clear.

So the guy’s less of a monster now, because he had sympathy for blacks and hoped that none of them had been caught in his fire.  And this incident has been completely ignored by the rest of the Drive-Bys, even though it was said at a news conference.  The Drive-Bys didn’t want to move off their original narrative, that Omar was not only a homophobe; he was a racist.  But the Post says (paraphrased), “Wait a minute! Maybe he wasn’t. Maybe he wasn’t a racist. Maybe he’s not nearly as bad as we thought at first.”

They’re still conflicted.  It’s bad enough he wanted to kill gays, but it’s mitigated by the fact that he didn’t want to kill blacks.  You see how convoluted…? Not even the Washington Post understands humanity.  They’re trying to humanize this guy based on this silly notion that we are different because of our skin color.  It’s sick.  And who writes for the Washington Post?  Where did they come from?  Who educated them?

They come out of the Howard Zinn School of America Sucks from the Days it Was Founded?  That’s what… Every institution that people have grown up relying on, thinking you can trust… I doesn’t care what it is, some government bureaucracy, some institution of the media, wherever. There are people have grown up with implicit trust.  Law enforcement, you name it.  It’s all gone.  There’s doubt about everything now.  And this is not accidental.

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