The New York Times just mourned a terrorist

by Leah Rosenberg

The NYT crossed the line, once again. Different opinions are allowed. But certain things should be universally accepted as wrong.

NYT Crossed the Line

This is not the first time the NYT has crossed the line. They have done it before. And they will most likely do it again. That newspaper is filled with such hatred for Trump, Conservatives, and really America that it is just sad at this point. Ben Shapiro breaks it down perfectly in this video.

The New York Times literally gave the same obituary to a terrorist as to a football coach. They mourned the death of Qasem Soleimani. It is truly hard to believe. But when you listen to Shapiro reading from the NYT, you can’t deny it. You can read it yourself.

Some Things ARE Black and White

Opinions in America are welcomed, accepted, and encouraged. The USA embraces diversity. Everyone is allowed to have their own views on politics and life. We should all be able to share our views without being disrespected.

But let’s get some things straight. Terrorism is NOT good. Certain things ARE black and white. Terrorists are bad, democracy is good. Murderers are immoral and wicked, eliminating those who threaten Americans is good. What is so difficult to understand? That should not be an opinion. It should be fact. Anyone who mourns the death of a terrorist like Qasem Soleimani has no values. At all. It is that simple.

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