Monday, August 6, 2012

Further HuffPost Bias and Faux Outrage

Do you remember over the weekend how the Huffington Post had a story about Iran testing improved missiles? Don't be too upset if you don't recall, barely anybody say it, seeing as how it gathered a mere 44 comments. This stands in stark contrast to this story which received top billing Sunday afternoon/evening:

For the record, I don't really get what that headline was supposed to mean. Anyway even though this was a story about Israel developing a way to keep their people alive, the Huffington Posters still brought the hate with their fangs out:

If those reactions were a little too unreasonable for you, there were also those who were disingenuously complaining about US support for the program to keep Jewish people alive:

 I'm sure the Huffington Post editors are very pleased.


  1. Maybe you missed this charmer:


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    7 hours ago ( 3:29 AM)

    "When Iranian S300 missiles are knocking zio nist h8 planes into the sands, I will be chanting, "May their memories be obliterated"

    but this comment sure explains a lot:

    Commented Aug 5, 2012 at 15:08:57 in Religion

    “Me and my high school sweetheart were fine until her parents cursed me and called me a dirty Goy! I've never forgotton it.”

  2. I don't believe a word of it. A sicko hater like this one never had a Jewish girlfriend. He is lying in order to make excuses for his evil.


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