Three American women and six children were murdered by the drug cartels in Mexico earlier this week. There is some suggestion that the underage girls were raped before being burned alive in front of family members.
Here is what the New York Times wants you to know about this story:
The brutal killing of 9 members of an American family in northern Mexico on Monday highlights the long history of religious fundamentalist settlers in the region. Our religion reporter, Elizabeth Dias, details their history back to the early 20th century. https://t.co/rfvtzdTN9i
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 5, 2019
Here is what the LA Times wants you to know:
U.S. victims in Mexico massacre were tied to family with a long history of violence https://t.co/tNUdw20wKx
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 6, 2019
These shocking victim-blaming stories are the latest attack on American values by the media.
Last week the Washington Post praised terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as brave. The New York Times noted that al-Baghdadi had a “spiritual gift.”