Washington Post Mourns Passing of "Austere Religious Scholar" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi…

Reactions vary to the U.S. killing of ISIS terrorist chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.  However, perhaps the most alarming headline was the sympathetic obituary from The Washington Post:

The Washington Post was not alone in their sympathy over the killing of the brutal terrorist.  Bloomberg News also followed quickly with deep sympathies for the death of a leader who “transformed himself” into a “teacher of Koranic recitation”:

In an era where the ideology of U.S. media has become increasingly disconnected from the majority of Americans, it is becoming less surprising to see radical leftist positions in mainstream organizations.  However, that said, for any U.S. media to position themselves as sympathetic to one of the most brutal terrorists in the last half-century, is a level of disconnect far beyond comprehension.
Unfortunately, this position by U.S. Media is not as shocking as it should be.
As a contextual reminder for the teachings of the “austere religious scholar” represented by al-Baghdadi, his ISIS terrorists: beheaded international journalists, buried journalists in the ground and ran them over with tanks, brutally raped captives, drowned and burned Syrian civilians in cages, burned a Jordanian pilot alive in a cage and murdered dozens of Coptic Christians on the beaches of Libya….

…And U.S. media expresses sympathies upon the elimination of the terrorists?
It is almost unimaginable, how far our media have fallen.
He’s right!

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280 Responses to Washington Post Mourns Passing of "Austere Religious Scholar" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi…

  1. Julian says:

    There are many who’ve contended that al-Baghdadi and ISIS was a CIA creation and operation.
    Isn’t the Washington Post the outlet the CIA leaks to?
    That would seem to line up with this soft-ball headline.

    • Rhoda R says:

      Hadn’t thought of that, but you might have a point.

    • WhiteBoard says:

      Is the muslim brotherhood another China?
      like how China controls the NBA.
      does the MB control our news outlets??
      something to research, more to come soon.

    • Sofa King says:

      THANK YOU.
      Why beat around the bush.
      Just call the baby ugly.

    • Patrick Healy says:

      Being a voracious reader, it is not surprising that I tend to be a bit of a conspiring theorist.
      Many moons ago I read that Amazon and probably Google and other organisations which suddenly became multi national conglomerates from humble beginnings in garages and basements, were more than lightly “encouraged” by American spying organisations.
      Now we get that despicable organ – the Washington Post – printing the above sedition.
      So who owns the WaPo?
      Look up CIA and Bezos.

  2. jeans2nd says:

    Some conservative writers are trying their hand at WaPo headline writing

  3. TexanForever Thompson says:

    Amorous couple known as Bonny and Clyde, famous financial entrepreneurs, die from lead poisoning.

  4. Phillip horner says:

    Dumping the savages corpse on the NYT doorstep would be fitting.

  5. spren says:

    I should be surprised and staggered that WaPo and Bloomberg could write stuff like this, but sadly I’m not. All of the various leftists in our country (media, politicians, and Democrat voters) have become completely insane and unhinged from the irrational hatred they hold towards President Trump and his supporters.
    This treasonous sympathy (and that’s exactly what it is) provides clear validation of why Trump didn’t give any Democrats advance notice of the planned raid. He knew these Democrat scumbags would leak details to the treasonous media who would scurry to provide a heads up warning to the targeted ISIS terrorists. All of their treachery and sedition has gone far beyond levels that could be considered dangerous to our national security. I hope a comeuppance is headed their way and provides lessons they can never forget. They don’t deserve to be our fellow countrymen.

  6. jogreggre says:

    Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi looks like a madman, which is what he was. A madman clothed in “religion” to rationalize his brutality and sadism. These are sick people, and they are the enemies of liberty, decency and rational thought. (What does continue to amaze me is the American Left ignoring Muslims’ dreadful treatment of women. But then again, once you’ve lost your mind to progressive ideology, anything is possible.)

  7. An says:

    Does anyone remember how they had a terrorist as a WaPo contributor and then blamed Trump for his murder? Yeah, I’m not too surprised that they’re sympathetic to terrorists like this guy.
    I would like to see a PV expose on what they’re up to. I have a feeling it’s like Mos Eisley over there…

  8. Liberty ONE says:

    Shows you how truly DEMENTED Bloomberg , Washington Post and the Commie /Left are.

  9. hokkoda says:

    Twitter is having a lot of fun with this:
    The Julius Caesar one is my fav’.

  10. TexanForever Thompson says:

    Washington Post, like the Bee and the Onion, is a great satire rag. They just don’t know it yet and take themselves seriously. The NeverTrumpers haven’t caught on.

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  12. corkyboyd says:

    To put all of this in perspective, we should look at the whole picture. The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos of Amazon fame. He is the money that keeps the Post running. If he had any qualms about the Post’s news stances, he would haul the top editors to his offices and heads would roll. But he doesn’t. It is Bezos, who allows this ugly charade to continue.

  13. askandgettruth says:

    he will be missed by obama and the rest of the corrupt mudslime lovers

  14. TreeperLurker says:

    I have an alternative theory about headline.
    There is a closet conservative at WaPo who took the opportunity to change headline accomplishing the following. 1) burnishing writer’s liberal credentials with “fellow travelers”, and, 2) mocking WaPo for said change. Thus it was a white-hat action, but cleverly hidden.

  15. Robert W says:

    I don’t understand why we can’t sue by the facts that the media like wash po is treasonous and confiscate their assets via eminent domain. Prison for them as well… Makes no sense at all.

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