Conservatives Crush The Washington Post Over Sympathizing Obituary About ISIS Leader
The Washington Post’s tagline is “Democracy Dies In Darkness” and they are doing their very best to snuff out any light.
On Sunday the Washington Post went to a new low when on two occasions they empathized with one of the most despicable people in the world. Abu Baker al-Baghdadi was known for throwing homosexuals off of rooftops, massacring Christians, and lighting people on fire in cages. His organization blew up ancient sites and committed numerous atrocities.
How does the liberal fake newspaper remember this horrible human? They write an obituary titled, “Abu Baker al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.”
Here’s a picture of this “austere religious leaders” handiwork.
Even the center-left news site The Hill reporter Joe Concha tweeted, “There are no words. But there are three letters: WTF?”
There are no words. But there are three letters: WTF? pic.twitter.com/sDVRSK9Ig6
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) October 27, 2019
You know you’re messed up when a biased liberal reporter like Concha tweets that.
Next, is what the Washington Post had to say about the coward that blew up his wife and children.
Mass murderer and serial rapist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi did not die a coward – a Washington Post columnist argues – because instead of being captured, he blew himself (and three children) up instead.https://t.co/lhKJr3mbe7 pic.twitter.com/ZE5WronypA
— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) October 28, 2019
GOP National spokesperson Elizabeth Harrington condemned the Washington Post saying it was a poor choice of words. Harrington wrote, “WaPo’s actual obit for a terrorist monster: Austere religious scholar w/ wire-frame glasses, Mr. Baghdadi maintained a canny pragmatism, Acquaintances would remember him as a shy, nearsighted youth who liked soccer but preferred to spend his free time at the local mosque”
WaPo’s actual obit for a terrorist monster:
“austere religious scholar w/ wire-frame glasses”
“Mr. Baghdadi maintained a canny pragmatism”
“Acquaintances would remember him as a shy, nearsighted youth who liked soccer but preferred to spend his free time at the local mosque” pic.twitter.com/XFFBnUsHEO
— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) October 27, 2019
The Washington Post did respond via their communications director Kristine Kelly and said, “Regarding our al-Baghdadi obituary, the headline should never have read that way and we changed it quickly.”
Regarding our al-Baghdadi obituary, the headline should never have read that way and we changed it quickly.
— Kristine Coratti Kelly (@kriscoratti) October 27, 2019
Conservative politicians and media members pounced on the Washington Post writing some clever obituaries of their own to shame the liberal newspaper.
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) October 27, 2019
Saddam Hussein, successful politician, oil baron and noted tough boss, dead at 69. #WaPoDeathNotices
— Sen. Denise Batters (@denisebatters) October 27, 2019
Lucifer, an angelic and ambitious religious leader known as the “shining one,” died yesterday after a fall. #WaPodeathnotices
— John Durant (@johndurant) October 27, 2019
Charles Manson, famous songwriter and meditation leader, dead at 83 #WaPoDeathNotices
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 27, 2019