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Secretary of State John Kerry Wants Media to Hide Terror Attacks From Public; Wishes Terrorism Would Just Go Away

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Terrorism doesn’t go away if you ignore it, it expands.

Katie Pavlich reports: Speaking from Bangladesh Tuesday morning, Secretary of State John Kerry suggested members of the media stop covering (Islamic) terrorism so people won’t “know what’s going on.” Kerry attempted to preempt his statement by implying media coverage creates copy cats andkerry-phone-2 promotes more terrorism.

“If you decide one day you’re going to be a terrorist and you’re willing to kill yourself, you can go out and kill some people. You can make some noise…perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn’t cover it quite as much. People wouldn’t know what’s going on.”

[Read the full story here, at TownHall.com]

While the copy cat, attention seeker argument may be true in a handful of cases, the media ignoring terrorism as the Obama administration has arguably chosen to do for nearly a decade, isn’t going to make terrorism go away.

For example, the administration downplayed the ISIS threat by claiming they were “jayvee” and demanded intelligence reports be altered to paint a better picture of the increasingly dangerous situation around the world and in the United States. And who could forget the Justice Department changing Allah to “God” and censoring pledges to ISIS with “[omitted]” in the transcripts of the Orlando terrorist’s 911 call?…(read more)

Source: TownHall.com

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