Something’s gotta eventually give, folks, because I don’t know about you, but I’m not ready to accept beheadings as a nightly news item on my local newscasts. Don’t believe that can happen? Keep your head in the sand then. And don’t think it will stop with illegal Mexicans. Do yourself a favor and look up the acronym “OTMs.” Yeah… they’re coming, too.
From Greta’s show On the Record last week, Franklin Graham was on to discuss the recent persecution of a Christian pastor in Iran, who has been put on trial and faces the death penalty for apostasy against Islam.
I am praying for this pastor and his family. This type of religious bigotry should not be happening in this day or age.
Again, must we continue to parrot the lie that Islam is a relgion of peace?
Like this is news we need? Actually now that I think about it, those with their head still firmly planted up their backsides do need to see things like this report by Griff Jenkins, reporting for On the Record.
Just another reason to seal the border with Mexico.
Or, in words I would use, ….”CNN! You LIE!” Douchebag CNN reporter Nic Robertson tried to say FNC reporter Steve Harrigan was a wuss and didn’t go to Qaddafi’s compound, sending a meat shield rookie cameraman in his place, but this is NOT true. Jennifer Griffin came on to Greta’s show tonight to clarify what really happened. The truth? Harrigan wasn’t fool enough to get caught up in that “shield” trap set by Qaddafi, and CNN is trying to make themselves look good in an otherwise facepalm-worthy eff-up by following their government minders, wandering into the Qaddafi compound to divert the attention from the French and British warplanes.
Here’s Jennifer explaining the situation to Greta:
This is after an earlier report by Nic Robertson of CNN, according to his account, reported on Mediaite:
“Robertson described Fox’s correspondent in Libya, Steve Harrigan, as someone he’s known for many years, but then slams him, saying Harrigan is a correspondent “who very rarely leaves his hotel.” Robertson said he went on the short trip Sunday because “we’re news professionals and we want to see it for ourselves.”
You gotta hand it to Greta Van Susteren, Adam Housely and Steve Harrigan, for their moment-by-moment vigil in tonight’s gripping coverage of the rescue of the miners in Copiaco, Chile. The first miner to come out after 69 days almost a half-mile underground, was Florencio Avalos Silver. This was an outstanding moment, and you have to know that God had His hand in this miracle.
God bless all the families in Chile, as well as the folks from NASA and American mine experts who aided in this effort.