AP Stylebook Eliminates the Term “Islamist”


Since they have eliminated truth, what does this really matter? Liberals are so dumb.
Check it out:

So the AP stylebook, ladies and gentlemen, no longer will the word “Islamist” be permitted. Last week it was “illegal immigrant” that was banned. When I saw this, I sent a note some friends: “Boys, I think we’re long past bias explaining all this.” And I think we are. “Illegal immigrant,” stricken. AP is the nation’s largest news source. It’s not Fox News. It’s not the New York Times. It’s not the Washington Post. It’s not ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, the LA Times, none of that.

The AP is in thousands of papers. It is a credible news source for all news outlets. More people are exposed to what is written by AP every day than anybody else last week. “Illegal immigrants,” stricken. Today “Islamist” is gone. And I said in the note to my friends, said, “Boys, bias just doesn’t explain this anymore.”

It’s not just a bunch of people there that are… there’s something else going on, and I’m gonna tell you what I think it is. Nothing new. Nothing you haven’t probably thought of yourself. I don’t think there really are any news outlets left anymore. What you and I consider news, there isn’t news. News is what happened that we don’t know about, that somebody is out there finding out and then telling us. That’s not news. Everything today is an agenda. Everything promoting the leftist agenda. There are no news outlets anymore. It’s all opinion. Everything, everywhere is opinion, from the cherry-picking of information, what is going to be reported and that’s gonna be edited out. What’s gonna be reported and what’s gonna be ignored.



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