Skip to comments.CNN Reporter Calls Massive Car Bombing that Killed 126 Syrians a “Hiccup”
Posted on 04/17/2017 5:21:53 AM PDT by davikkm
On Saturday 126 people were murdered in a bomb attack on a crowded bus convoy near Aleppo, Syria.
Dozens of children, up to 60, were killed in the suicide car bombing.
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It’s a “hiccup” when it doesn’t match the narrative.
A m*zzy killing m*zzies is OK in their minds.
heluva hiccup. CNN has no soul.
Human life has never meant much to the Left.
What will CNN call it when their ediface is covered in vomit? A belch?
It's almost as if Western media doesn't want to say to its viewers: "Hey, look at these dead children the 'rebels' your governments support blew to smithereens!"
The left: Loves the masses but hates people.
The right: Hates the masses but loves people.
Is that not 50% more deaths than those that resulted from Assad’s attack for which we pummeled his air base?
That’s because it was Sunni vs. Shia.
I thought about fifty died from chemicals so that would be 100%. Did you see the awful video of those poor people after the bus bombing? Injured children suffering there too but no one cared.
This marks the difference between my and most other people on these issues: I don’t have TV.
I don’t even want to see those images. I trust the story when they say how many people died, and describe injuries.
But because I never see the images, my reaction to this stuff may be a bit less emotional than most people’s.
I’m not responding to images. I’m responding to actions and results.
Thing is, the image of body of a person who died instantly can be much more gruesome than the image of the body of a person who died after much physical and psychological torture or pain. It’s one reason I prefer to not see the images of the dead bodies.
The corrupt term for the victims is “bump in the road.”
You cannot win, you cannot break even, you are not even allowed to get out of the game.
Fish in a barrel stand a better chance.
Your right, the optics only brings emotional response. But I don’t think anyone on TV showed video of the bus bombing because it doesn’t for their narrative, I saw it online.
Are we even sure it was Assad's attack? There's no doubt Dark Side intel agents are still providing information. It could've been that the bombs hit a site where ISIS had stored chemical weapons. It could've been done by rogue elements in the Syrian Army. It could've been staged. The problem is that President Trump might be becoming too trustworthy of some advisors and intel sources who support the regime change/ pro-Saudi/ globalist agenda.
The problem is that this massacre of women, children and elderly was perpetrated by our al-Qaeda allies, --oops, I mean our moderate Syrian "freedom fighter" allies.
CNN reporter Nick Patton Walsh called the bus bombings that killed scores of Shia civilians a hiccup.
The “who” was missing from the report.
The problem is that you and I don’t know. I confess that I, at first, thought he was being set up. But the fact is that there is no way for us to really know, so in this case, I have to base my opinion on faith, tinged with skepticism.
I’m going to trust that it was him, until such day that it becomes quite clear that it wasn’t.
Your right, the optics only brings emotional response. But I dont think anyone on TV showed video of the bus bombing because it doesnt for their narrative, I saw it online.
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