By: Brian Evans

Over the past few days, the Mainstream Media has continued to attack the American families who were traveling just south of the border, after being slaughtered like animals by the ruthless and violent Cartels, who have plagued not only Mexico but America and 24 other nations!

Fox News reported

The Los Angeles Times faced fierce backlash for its coverage of the nine Americans murdered by a Mexican drug cartel this week, after a report highlighted the family’s “long history of violence.”

At least six children and three women living in a faith-based community of U.S. citizens in Mexico were shot to death Monday in the northern part of the country, and six more children were wounded after their convoy came under fire during a brazen daylight ambush believed to have been carried out by gunmen affiliated with cartels.

All the victims are believed to be members of the extended LeBaron family, who have lived in a religious community in La Mora, northern Mexico, a decades-old settlement in Sonora state founded as part of an offshoot of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints around 70 miles south of Douglas, Ariz.

However, Fox News noted how the Los Angeles Times ran an article on Monday, which was titled…

“U.S. victims in Mexico massacre were tied to family with a long history of violence.”

The Los Angeles Times faced criticism over a story on the victims of the Mexico massacre.

The Los Angeles Times faced criticism over a story on the victims of the Mexico massacre.

 

Almost immediately, the paper faced a backlash for trying to accuse the family of violence against the Cartels, especially after it was revealed that the family had a history of being tormented by the Cartel terror groups! 

Conservative write Ben Shapiro wrote…

Townhall’s Julio Rosas noted how the Times later changed the headline of its report to…

“Massacre of U.S. citizens aims spotlight at Mormon community with deep roots in Mexico.”

Regardless, the paper’s extreme bias isn’t alone! In fact, the New York Times was also demonizing those killed by the Cartel Terror organizations as religious fundamentalists, and tried to somehow make the murders appear to be their own fault! In fact, they posted on Facebook that…

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In their article, the NYT wrote…

Initially, the family’s patriarch was part of a wave of religious rebels who headed south to practice polygamy, once it was banned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Then, later in the article, the New York Times subtly admits that they likely no longer even practice polygamy, but they remain committed to what they call their “religious fundamentalism”!

However, the pictures of the brutal attack by the hate-bound Cartel terrorists who operate in dozens of nations, poisoning the youth of the world, slaughtering those who get in their way, and especially those who refuse to bow to their will, are not what the New York Times chooses to point out, but instead the “religious fundamentalism” of the Mormons! In reality, whether you agree with the Mormon’s religious beliefs, they are Americans, and nobody deserves to die in such a heinous, cold, and calculated way! Furthermore, if the Mainstream Media outlets like the New York Times hate polygamy so badly, why do they attack anyone who dares question Muslims, who practice polygamy, and in fact, celebrate the lives of sycophants like Baghdadi, who not only practiced polygamy but forced young girls into marriage, against their will! In fact, the Washington Post even called him an “austere religious scholar”. Soon after, CNN and other Mainstream Media organizations followed suit!

Meanwhile, pictures of the aftermath of carnage after the Cartel terrorist attacks on American citizens…

Relatives of slain members of Mexican-American families belonging to Mormon communities react next to the burnt wreckage of a vehicle where some of their relatives died in Sonora state. 

Relatives of slain members of Mexican-American families belonging to Mormon communities react next to the burnt wreckage of a vehicle where some of their relatives died in Sonora state.  (Reuters)

Members of the Lebaron family watch the burned car where part of the nine murdered members of the family were killed during a suspected cartel ambush in the Sonora mountains in Mexico.

Members of the Lebaron family watch the burned car where part of the nine murdered members of the family were killed during a suspected cartel ambush in the Sonora mountains in Mexico. (AFP/Getty)

A security baby car seat stained in blood is pictured in a bullet-riddled vehicle belonging to one of the families. 

A security baby car seat stained in blood is pictured in a bullet-riddled vehicle belonging to one of the families.  (REUTERS)

The interior of a bullet-riddled vehicle belonging to one of the families killed in the massacre. 

The interior of a bullet-riddled vehicle belonging to one of the families killed in the massacre.  (REUTERS)

Relatives of the innocent victims observe the wreckage of a burn-out car where several members of a family were found shot and burned to death. November 5, 2019. 

Relatives of the innocent victims observe the wreckage of a burn-out car where several members of a family were found shot and burned to death. November 5, 2019.  (REUTERS)

 

The Washington Examiner reported how…

People on social media blasted the New York Times for a Twitter headline that seemingly minimized the deaths of nine members of an American family in Mexico and implied their religion was to blame.

The headline on Twitter read, “Brutal Killings Spotlight Small Religious Sect in Mexico,” with a description that said, “The brutal killing of 9 members of an American family in northern Mexico on Monday highlights the long history of religious fundamentalist settlers in the region. Our religion reporter, Elizabeth Dias, details their history back to the early 20th century.”

They were referring to another post by the New York Times on Twitter, which stated…

The brutal killing of 9 members of an American family in northern Mexico on Monday highlights the long history of religious fundamentalist settlers in the region. Our religion reporter, Elizabeth Dias, details their history back to the early 20th century

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Already at ENR, we reported how the same radicalized and left-wing Mainstream Media that is demonizing the Mormon family who was mowed down, also downplayed the President’s success in killing a mass genocidal maniac and terrorist. Even more sickening is the fact that the Washington Post eulogized the ISIS leader, within hours of his death, calling him an…

“Austere Religious Leader”

In fact, their headline read…

In fact, he was such an “austere religious leader”, that he was responsible for the torture of Americans and other non-Muslim humans!

He was also responsible for the mass beheadings of those who refused to adopt and conform to their own ruthless and sick Sharia laws and evil customs…

He was also responsible for the caging of men, women, and children, and then drowning and burning them alive, in cages, as an example to those who refuse to join their satanic ways…

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Or when they electrocuted 22 civilians simultaneously by connecting them neck to neck…

Sadly, the Mainstream Media has become so removed from reality, so filled with hatred for anything that might benefit the President’s MAGA agenda, that they have become willing to support those who kill Americans, and those who wage terror against the American people, that it has hit the level of being unAmerican, as they wage war on the American people, on freedom and liberty, against Christians and Christianity, and against God himself!

 

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