Skip to comments.Pamela Geller, Big Government: Big Media Lauds Imaginary Opening of Ground Zero Mosque
Posted on 09/22/2011 5:51:13 PM PDT by Nachum
Big Media Lauds Imaginary Opening of Ground Zero Mosque Pamela Geller, Big Government One year ago, Ground Zero Mosque leader Daisy Khan, the wife of stealth Islamic supremacist Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, said that they would be breaking ground on September 11, 2011 for the 15-story monster mosque going up in a building that was destroyed in the Islamic attack on America on 9/11. It was redundant. They had broken ground on September 11, 2001.
Well, nonetheless, the jihadist radical Rauf and his third wife (one more, papa, and you are maxed out) have been kicked off the Ground Zero mosque project and the developer grifter Sharif El-Gamal has lopped off ten stories from his triumphal mosque. In other words, we have successfully halted the project, for now.
But the media and Islamic supremacists create their own fantasy, and they started claiming Monday that the mosque had actually opened because the grifter El-Gamal hung some photos of kids on the main floor of the building. Pathetic. In fact, the mosque in the former Burlington Coat Factory building has been open and they have been praying there for several years now. It took the leftwing media monster a year to fine-tune its manipulative rhetoric and rather disgusting propaganda campaign to advance the building of the Ground Zero mosque, despite the overwhelming grief and pain and it has caused the majority of Americans.
The incredibly corrupt and intellectually bankrupt New York Times, long bereft of any integrity or objective journalism, devoted an entire section to a Ground Zero Mosque photo exhibit to raise funds for the mosquestrosity. In a stupid and obvious attempt at manipulation (using children, no less), this photo exhibit gets incredible New York Times coverage for a Mr. Danny Goldfield (work that last name), who had to teach
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Something opened. I sure hope nothing happens to it. Not that I would be inciting someone to do something to it. Seriously. I hope nothing happens to it to ignite any controversy. Did I say ignite? I meant incendiary...or something...anyways, good luck keeping that thing there, fellas.
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