[FAKE NEWS ALERT] Reuters Declares Quebec Mosque Killers Were “White Supremacists.” I Guess They Forgot About the Killers Shouting “Allahu Akbar”


When Barack Hussein and other leftists began slamming internet publishers like Powdered Wig as “fake news,” I’m sure they didn’t envision their crusade to kill the conservative blogosphere blowing up in their faces like so many prank cigars.

Since the liberals’ fake news campaign began, nearly all of the fake news we have seen has come from liberal mouthpieces like CNN and their brethren in the Alphabet Network Club and print media.

Most recently, Reuters was quick to jump the gun and declare the Quebec mosque killers “white supremacists.” I don’t know where they got that information, but it was patently false and amounts to the most shoddy journalism, quoting an apparently poorly vetted or unvetted source.

As reported by BizPacReview, Canada suffered its first terrorist attack just two days after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau slammed President Trump‘s executive orders to stem terrorism in the United States.

Two gunmen opened fire at an Islamic center in Quebec City Sunday evening, killing 6 people and wounding 8 others.

Witnesses said they heard the gunmen yell “Allahu akbar!” during the shooting. There were about 40 people attending prayer service at the time.

“They started to fire, and as they shot they yelled, ‘Allahu akbar!” one witness told the CBC. “The bullets hit people that were praying. There were even kids. There was a three-year-old who was with his father.”

The two suspects, identified as Mohamed el Khadir and Alexandre Bissonnette, have been arrested.Justin Trudeau condemned the shooting as a “terrorist attack on Muslims” even though at least one of the suspects (who’s Moroccan) is likely Muslim.

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