Receipts show DIY explosives books bought by Jo Cox gunman Tommy Mair including guide to build home-made gun
Reports have called him right wing, but National Socialism is socialist not right.
More after the break.
Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Change by Jonah Goldberg
Here is USA Today intentionally making the error of calling a socialist right wing: Jo Cox murder suspect had ties to far-right in U.S.
This is media bias, and should be denounced. Progressives have been playing this game with good success since the early days of the 20th century, and now that we are in the waining years of the dying mass movement, they are quite shrill. Yet they continue to intentionally confuse, and obfuscate. It is telling that USA Today would go to the extremist group Southern Poverty Law Center for information on extremist groups. That would likely taint their information.
The real picture of the man is one who suffered from some sort of mental illness, not a political firebrand, yet the media must turn this into a right wing murder, because only that completes the narrative.
This reminds of nothing so much as the Giffords attack.
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The media made this attack into a Republican/right wing attack, when it was, in fact mental illness.
I wonder what could account for the death of newspapers?
The declining value of U.S. newspapers
The sky is falling on print newspapers faster than you think
Or for that matter TV news?
TV news faces a threat familiar to newspapers
I read many newspapers/periodicals each day, and I find them all stuffed full of biased and incompetent reporting. Even the Wall Street Journal which has the best and most balanced editorial board is weighed down by leftist/progressive bias in the newsroom. Others like the NYT are little more than Leni Riefenstahlesque propaganda organs of the Democrat party, with both news and editorial pumping out little more than talking points on all things even tangentially political. While there are similar among conservative readers, they are specifically partisan.
None of this is difficult to suss out, except for the media owners, who are clueless. In the end, this is a tragic collision of mental illness, crime, and media bias, which serves to distort the story, confuse the issues, and obfuscate the potential solutions. We cannot be free of this media quickly enough.