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-San Bernardino: CNN Reporter Infers Christian Incited the Violence by Sharing His Faith?

by Dr. D ~ December 5th, 2015

The mainstream media is looking for any kind of narrative that would explain away the violence that killed 14 and injured 21 without blaming radical Islam or calling it terrorism. The current favorite is to dismiss it as another case of ‘workplace’ violence.

Forget the fact that FBI is now looking at it as an act of terrorism since Tashfeen Malik, the female shooter in the massacre, recently posted a pledge of allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi on Facebook.

Here (Video) in an outrageous display, a CNN reporter in search of a viable alternative narrative is actually questioning a victim’s wife on whether her Christian husband might have incited the violence that led to his own death and others by sharing his faith. From the Dailywire:

On Thursday, CNN correspondent Gary Tuchman interviewed the wife of Nicholas Thalasinos, a Christian man who was killed in the San Bernardino Islamic terrorist attack that took the lives of 14 and injured 17 more.

Tuchman wanted to know if as a Messianic Jew who professes that Jesus is his savior, was Thalasaninos essentially asking to be murdered by his Muslim co-worker and his family.  …

In other words, CNN wanted to know if he was asking for it. To save some time on the transcript, here are the key points in the clip:

     -Did he evangelize with this guy Farook?
     -What has he said [about Muslims in the past]?
     -Do you think he talked to Farook about that?
     -He made a point of talking to everyone he worked with at the health department about his beliefs about being born again.

And there you have it. As plain as day. The Left and the media working overtime to turn mass-murdering radical Islamic jihad into workplace violence brought on by a violation of the Farook families "safe-space."

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Response: So a Jewish Christian may have been to blame and got what he deserved while all of the other victims were just collateral damage? The CNN reporter seemed to be implying that this Jewish Christian Nicholas Thalasinos might have been ‘bigoted’ and ‘anti-Muslim’ if he tried to share his faith with a Muslim co-worker?

What do you think about this narrative?

The  CNN correspondent Gary Tuchmanis is totally mean-spirited and outrageous in his implications and questions to a grieving widow. One of the worse displays of journalism that I have ever seen. Not only is this reporter blaming a victim but I believe he is guilty of bigotry himself.

What do you think?               *Top

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