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48 minutes ago, Squab said:

The guy from the white nationalist group has taken his statement back that the shooter was a member of his group. He says it was a misunderstanding and that there are several people named Nicholas in the ROF. Lets see if the MSM walks back the accusation that the shooter was a white nationalist. 

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5 minutes ago, Frog Eater said:

The guy from the white nationalist group has taken his statement back that the shooter was a member of his group. He says it was a misunderstanding and that there are several people named Nicholas in the ROF. Lets see if the MSM walks back the accusation that the shooter was a white nationalist. 

No doubt they will, but it won't change the message already out there. Which isn't necessarily fair; redactions don't get as much coverage as accusations.

I don't really see why it would bother you, though. Who cares if the reputation of White Nationalists is sullied?

Here's a thought: why doesn't any media in the USA have the courage to cover the story in the way that literally the rest of the world talks about America?

Some suggested headlines, all paraphrased from the coverage in Australia:

(This isn't to say it's how I see Americans, it's to say this is how they're discussed in our media)

"Once again America chooses its guns over its children"

"America would literally rather die than give up guns"

"Children shot by Americans who want their guns so much they shoot their kids to keep them"

"Yet another white man with 'mental health problems' to go with the black men who are 'culturally violent'"

"They did nothing after Sandy Hook, so they're not going to do a thing now"

Edited by Yukle

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