A Year After the Massacre at the Gay Night Club, the Media Still Won’t Call It ‘Terrorism’



LOESCH: “That is new footage about the Pulse nightclub showing the response through the eyes of police officers as they began to understand the scope of that deadly terror attack. Welcome to the program, I’m Dana Loesch and you can live tweet us your thoughts using the hashtag #dailydana. Exactly one year ago today, an Islamic terrorist opened fire at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. 49 people lost their lives in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Now a year later — we’ve known this for a long time, we knew this days after this happened, not just recently — we knew that Omar Mateen had pledged allegiance to ISIS. He did so on Facebook right before he carried out this attack. We knew that he pledged allegiance to ISIS. We knew that he’d been talking to terror elements. Furthermore, conversations between Mateen and police, they were sat on by the F.B.I. for four months after this terror attack had happened and then finally they were released. Of course, the DoJ was then trying to redact portions of these conversations, but ultimately it came out that Mateen at the time had told police negotiators that an attack that also wounded 53, that it was all triggered by an air strike which killed Abu Waheeb who is an ISIS ruler for the Anbar Province. Now one of the reasons I’m pointing this out today is because a year later we still have mainstream media elements and a lot of the anti-gun brigade that are still trying to blame this on the NRA and just law abiding gun owners, and they ignore the fact that this was a terror attack, including ‘The Washington Post’ which ran the piece today completely omitting the fact that Omar Mateen was an Islamic terrorist. Today, the city of Orlando came together for a series of tributes to honor those individuals who were lost in Orlando, planning to turn Pulse nightclub into a permanent memorial and museum. So, the attack has been confirmed — we knew it was terrorism days after this happened, so I still have no idea why a year later, media and everyone else still refrain from calling it what it is.”

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