Angel Moms branded ‘hate group’ by leftie journalists

Angel Moms under fire.
Angel Moms under fire.

What kind of people hate Angels?

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Journalism as:

writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation

If that’s the case, someone sure does need to fill in alleged journalists Mark MacKinnon and Rania Khalek. Their drivel sounds a bit more like the definition of Propaganda:

ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government, etc.

Undoubtedly what raised the hackles of these two hacks was at Donald Trump’s recent campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona, he invited up on stage the parents who have popularly been come to be known as the Angel Moms.

But for committing a capital offense against political correctness and multiculturalism, those same Angel Moms are now finding themselves tagged as a hate group by at least two different “journalists” on social media.

Mark MacKinnon, the London-based correspondent for Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper, obviously didn’t like the fact that these parents had the bad manners to tell the world that their loved ones were killed by illegal aliens.

As the Pajama Boy sent via Twitter;



Not alone in being perpetually offended, MacKinnon is joined by Rania Khalek, who describes herself as “an independent journalist reporting on the underclass.”

As she claims on her website, “She is a regular contributer [sic] and member of the editorial board at The Electronic Intifada.”

For whatever strange reason, Khalek brags of “Her work has also appeared at Truthout, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Salon, AlterNet, Vice and more.”


Technically, the Angel Moms are members of The Remembrance Project. The group’s sole purpose in life is to advocate for families “whose loved ones were killed by illegal aliens.”

Maria Espinoza is the Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project.
Maria Espinoza — National Director of The Remembrance Project.

Founded in 2009 by Maria Espinoza, she has strove to “unite the ‘stolen lives’ families, educating the public of the epidemic of killings across the country, and raising awareness of the effects of illegal immigration.  It is not a victimless crime.”

Furthermore, “Maria believes current laws and borders should be enforced, and that Americans must be the priority in America.”

Maria also happens to be the daughter of an immigrant father and a 5th generation Texan mother.


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