CNN Writes Sympathetic Article About New Mexico Jihadi Training Camp
Fake news CNN published a piece on Sunday that was sympathetic towards radical Islamists who are accused of running a jihadi training camp and horrific child abuse that led to the death of a three-year-old in New Mexico.
“It appears to have been a life that the family on the compound struggled with,” CNN said in reference to the Wahhaj family living off the grid in rural New Mexico.
The former cable news titan also took the liberty of speaking on behalf of the entire region.
“But [the local resdients] also fear that the publicity around a case infused with allegations of terrorism, child abuse and faith healing might contribute to a rise in racism and Islamophobia.”
Distancing oneself from radical Islamists who were training to commit terror attacks would be racist, after all.
CNN also provided a quote from a local resident claiming that people who move to rural New Mexico often live “unconventional” lifestyles.
“People come here and they want to be left alone and sometimes they do things that are unconventional,” said Malaquias “JR” Rael.
Certainly these particular residents were not potentially violent radicals! They were just “unconventional!”
Sunday, news broke that the terror suspects were planning an attack on an Atlanta hospital.
According to newly released documents, two of the five people arrested in the New Mexico compound where children were allegedly being trained to carry out mass shootings had planned to attack a hospital in Atlanta.
Grady Memorial Hospital, located in Atlanta, Georgia, was named by one of the 11 emaciated children that were found on the compound during an August 3rd raid, as having been a target of Jany Leveille and her partner Siraj Ibn Wahhaj–both of which have metro Atlanta connections.
According to a document filed on Friday in Taos County, N.M. and obtained by Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), both Leveille and Wahhaj intended to confront “corrupt” individuals or institutions.
“A specific ‘corrupt’ institution named by one of the children was Grady Hospital,” according to the document.
Knowing that radical Islamists were planning to attack a hospital full of sick, helpless people in Atlanta, CNN lectured its readers about Islamophobia, portrayed the family not as hedonistic, but rather as “struggling.”
No wonder people call them the enemy of the American people.