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The 2018 Winter Olympics opened last week, and North Korea's participation has received widespread coverage--to the point of disgraceful, Olympic-level fawning.
Well, here's one reason:
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CNN was also irked by our Race Bannon look-a-like VP for "missing an opportunity" in chatting with Kim Jong Un's sister, N. Korea's propaganda minister.
The sucking-up to Kim's sister, Kim Jo Yong, wasn't limited to CNN either.
Chris Reeves provided a sample of leftist media lickspittle.
Despite the backlash, the NYT CEO felt the fawning was "good reporting."
Well, the "good reporting" overlooked the fact that "The Hunger Games" are a reality in North Korea.
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Here's some folks who haven't overlooked reality--
--Brittany Hughes rolled-in on the mealy mouthed media with her Reality Check.
--Greg Gutfeld concocted a Valentine's Day tribute to Kim Yo Jong.
--Kurt Schlichter reminded us that the leftist media's slobbering over the Norks reminds us why we have the Second Amendment.
I posted this comparison, along with Bob Gorrell's latest political cartoon on Facebook:
Watching the media fawning over Rocket Man's kid sister (who's gainfully employed as the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea's Minister of Propaganda and Agitation) is like watching Jane Fonda frolicking on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun.
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