This is a prime example of what I call the Democrat-media complex, the propaganda machine that wants you to think they’re giving you “news” when in fact, they distort and twist everything so bad that up is down and evil is good.
That was the case with a disgusting video created by a Washington Post cartoonist for its YouTube channel. In it, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is shown punching a baby in the face.
The caption reads: Gaza civilians are the victims of both Israeli and Hamas’ actions. (Political animation by Ann Telnaes)
You have to see this to believe it:
As anyone with more than one functioning brain cell knows, any loss of life is attributable to Hamas and Hamas ALONE. Report after report shows the IDF is going out of its way to mitigate civilian loss of life, but our propaganda machine refuses to tell you that side of the story. And there would be no military action if it weren’t for the fact that Hamas is lobbing missiles into Israel for the sole purpose of killing innocent Israelis. But the DMC (Democrat-media complex) won’t tell you that.
The Jerusalem Post reported:
The Simon Wiesenthal Center declared its outrage over the cartoon. In a statement released to news agencies on Friday, the center’s associate dean, Rabbi Abraham Cooper, said the clip was “disgusting.”
“It is disgusting that The Washington Post would present an animated cartoon that is so profoundly removed from the truth,” said Cooper. “Millions of Israeli citizens—men, women, and children—have been forced into bomb shelters and saferooms by thousands of missiles and rockets targeted at them by Hamas terrorists, whose open and avowed goal is the destruction of the Jewish state.”
“Even Israel’s enemies have recognized that Israel’s military countermeasures against Hamas have included phone and text warnings as well as leaflets urging innocent civilians in Gaza to vacate the targeted areas,” Cooper said. “It is the Hamas leadership that openly uses the people of Gaza to act as human shields to protect their weapons of mass destruction.”
“Israelis are saddened by the deaths of four Palestinian children on a Gaza beach yesterday, but the blood of these innocent children is on the hands of Hamas leaders, not Binyamin Netanyahu,” Rabbi Cooper also said.
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