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I found an article in Frontpage Magazine, which talks about this. A radical Homosexual activist shot a guard wounding him and intended to commit a big shooting attack, only to be disarmed by the guard he wounded. A passage from the article:
"Who was the suspect? According to new reports, his name was Floyd Lee Corkins II, and he was a volunteer at a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender center.
It took the media hours to report on the shooting. As of this writing, some hours later, it is not on the front page of the Los Angeles Times. It isn’t on the front page of the New York Times. It’s nowhere to be found.
Now, imagine that an enraged Christian man had entered the headquarters of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation wielding a backpack full of ammunition. Imagine he began shouting about the sin of same-sex marriage. Imagine he’d shot a guard.
Is there any doubt it would have made the front page of every newspaper in the country? Is there any doubt at all that Democrats would immediately have accused Republicans for inciting this man, blamed churches for indoctrinating him, and called for regulation of “offensive hate speech”?"
While Islamic and leftist violent attacks get excused like crazy, with phrases like "They don't really mean it" and "You got to understand the rage" and/or just brushed under the rug, any allegation of a right-wing extremist committing a violent act gets all sorts of media attention, demonization, finger pointing, and calls for more censorship from the left? That's true with the Oklahoma bombings, the Arizona shooting, the Norway attacks, and the recent massacre in the Seikh temple. Why is that? Tune in to find out.
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