In usual mainstream media fashion, the New York Times is embarrassing themselves once again. On Sunday afternoon, the Times published a story in which they praised North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s sister, Yo Jong, and simultaneously insulted our own Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump.
They used these very words:
“Flashing a sphinx-like smile and without ever speaking in public, Ms. Kim managed to outflank Mr. Trump’s envoy to the Olympics, Vice President Mike Pence, in the game of diplomatic image-making.”
They didn’t stop there, but rather continued to flatter the enemy by saying that Yo Jong “delivered messages of reconciliation as well as an unexpected invitation from her brother to the South Korean president,” finishing with accusing Pence of bringing an “old message.”
Former governor, Mike Huckabee, slammed the liberal mainstream media with the following tweet:
“It’s hard to tell who’s doing the most cheerleading for North Korea: its own cheerleaders or our media. #pathetic”
It’s hard to tell who’s doing the most cheerleading for North Korea: its own cheerleaders or our media. #pathetic
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) February 12, 2018
Huckabee is right on with this statement. When is the mainstream media going to start lifting up our very own instead of praising and preaching about a dictatorial regime?
When you live in a free country with the liberty and privileges that we have, you should be scratching your head when the media is admiring a dictatorship with a hateful leader.
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