For whom does HuffPost weep?

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by Jon Sutz, Editor, SaveTheWest.com

The purpose of this page is to present numerous examples of:

  • “News” stories that appeared on HuffPost’s front page, that contained sympathetic, personalized, pictorial depictions of people and animals from around the world, whom it decided were deserving of worldwide attention.  Often, these stories were left on the front page for two, three and even five days straight.
  • The fact that at the same time as these stories were being so heavily promoted, HuffPost completely ignored news of Americans who were murdered, violently attacked, threatened or otherwise harmed — but whom it considers worthless.  See our detailed documentation of how HuffPost consistently ignores hate crimes against these people here.

Several notable examples of this phenomenon, documented on this page:

  • HuffPost devoted five straight days of top coverage to a sympathetic story of a “homesick American jihadi” — while ignoring a Marine who was being awarded the Medal of Honor, at the same time:

  • HuffPost gave front-page publicity to a crowdfunding effort to raise money for a “museum of orgasm sounds” — while completely ignoring a U.S. combat veteran who was beaten nearly to death by a black mob, needed facial reconstruction surgery, and whose family urgently needed financial help.
  • HuffPost completely ignored the names, pictures or personal stories of the three men who were murdered by a self-professed racist Islamist in Fresno, CA on April 18, 2017 — yet the next day, it gave front-page publicity to the tragic, personal story of “Patrick,” the elderly wombat in Australia, who died a virgin:

  • HuffPost completely ignored a six-year-old California boy who suffered severe brain injury as a result of the car in which he was riding being hit by a drunk illegal alien who had been deported fifteen times since 9/11, and whose family was asking for financial donations to pay for his medical care — but one year earlier, solicited donations on its front page for a “library of orgasm sounds.”  Instead of even mentioning the boy’s name, at the same time, HuffPost evoked sympathy on its front page for a rare porpoise in Mexico — and a “a queer, polyamorous kink witch.”

Lennox Lake, 6, after enduring a brain operation.

For further context, please see:

Examples of HuffPost ignoring hate crimes against people it views as Worthless


Contents: HuffPost’s pattern of evoking sympathy for the following (*often through lies and half-truths):

(1) Murderers and other criminals*

(2) Palestinian terrorists*

(3) Palestinians – general*

(4) Islamist terrorists from ISIS, Al Qaeda, Al Shabaab, others*

(5) Muslims —  while ignoring Jewish victims of hate crimes*

(6) Celebrities

(7) Animals

(8) Various freakshow oddities


(1) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of murderers and other criminals

The following is just a small sampling of HuffPost’s ongoing obsession with giving top coverage to convicted murderers, often instead of covering legitimate victims of violent criminals.

(1.1) Slide show: HuffPost’s sympathetic depictions of convicted murderers

(1.2) April 2017: HuffPost gave four straight days of sympathetic front page coverage to eight convicted murderers

(1.3) May 2017: HuffPost evoked sympathy at the top of its front page for a Ferguson rioter who committed suicide, calling it “An American Tragedy” — but completely ignored the victims of a racist Islamist’s murder rampage two weeks earlier in Fresno, CA, and more than a dozen other Americans who’d been murdered or beaten

(1.4) January, 2015: HuffPost gave two days of front-page, personalized sympathy for a death-row inmate — without notifying its readers that he was convicted of raping and murdering an 11-month-old baby


(1.1): Slide show: HuffPost’s sympathetic depictions of convicted murderers


(1.2) April 2017: HuffPost gave four straight days of sympathetic front page coverage to eight convicted murderers

On April 15, 2017, this story debuted at the top of HuffPost’s front page:

And for the next three straight days, it remained on the front page.  You can see this for yourself via these full-page screencaps from the Wayback Machine (Internet Archive):


(1.3) May 2017: HuffPost evoked sympathy at the top of its front page for a Ferguson rioter who committed suicide, calling it “An American Tragedy” — but completely ignored the victims of a racist Islamist’s murder rampage two weeks earlier in Fresno, CA, and more than a dozen other Americans who’d been murdered or beaten

On May 5, 2017, HuffPost featured this story at the top of its front page.  Note that HuffPost featured this man’s name and face in the headline:

Further, note HuffPost’s use of many loaded terms and biased, disjointed perspectives, to turn a “news” story into a whitewashed hagiography of a rioter who could have killed police officers or bystanders with this flaming Moltov cocktail. Editor’s notes are included as appropriate:

Edward Crawford, Man In Iconic Ferguson Photo, Found Dead, by Ryan J. Reilly, Huffington Post, May 5, 2017. Excerpt:

Edward Crawford ― the man featured clad in the American flag and holding a bag of chips as he hurled a flaming tear gas canister in what became the iconic image of the 2014 unrest in Ferguson, Missouri ― was found dead in St. Louis on Thursday. […]

Ed. According to the indictment against him, he was arrested not for merely “hurling a flaming tear gas container.”  Rather, he was charged with “throwing a burning gas canister at police officers and making physical contact with (an officer), causing him to be knocked to the ground.”  Further, HuffPost completely omitted the context of why Crawford was arrested.  Ferguson police were being hit at the time with Moltov Cocktails at the moment.

Crawford, a father of four who would have turned 28 later this month, was still facing charges in St. Louis County Municipal Court over his actions on a summer night in Ferguson in August 2014. He participated in protests against the broken policing system in the St. Louis region following the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Prosecutors waited a year to charge him and dozens of others who had been arrested in the flawed police response to the Ferguson protests, which brought national attention to policing issues.

Ed.: Note that HuffPost merely refers to “his actions,” without specifying any of the above.  Further, HuffPost reached out to this criminal’s attorney for this story:

Crawford had been scheduled to meet with his attorney Jerryl Christmas on Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. to discuss a potential plea deal, his lawyer told HuffPost. But Crawford didn’t show.

Note also that the “journalist” who wrote this story, Ryan Reilly, was arrested by Ferguson, MO police while covering the riots in which this criminal threw his Moltov cocktail, after he and another reporter failed to promptly exit a McDonald’s restaurant per police orders.


While HuffPost evoked worldwide sympathy for this criminal, it completely ignored the victims of a racist Islamist’s murder rampage two weeks earlier in Fresno, CA…

Contrast HuffPost’s top-of-the-fold, personalized, sympathetic story about this criminal, versus the fact that two weeks earlier, on April 18, 2017, a black racist Islamist, Kori Allen Muhammad, murdered three men because they were white.  HuffPost downplayed and whitewashed the story, and never reported the faces, names or personal stories of these three victims — Zackary Randalls, Mark Gassett, and David Jackson, or the grief their families were feeling.  Documentation here.

…as well as more than a dozen other Americans who were were either killed, or victims of severe beatings:

HuffPost either completely ignored, or gave less than 1/100th of this treatment to the following Americans, many of whom were victimized at least in part to the hatred that HuffPost helps to incite, against the U.S. military, white people, and Jews and Israel.  In fact, in most cases, HuffPost never even mentioned their names, or what happened to them, in any news stories, anywhere on its site:

  • Capt. Taylor Force, the beloved U.S. Army officer who was murdered in Israel by a Palestinian terrorist, in March 2016 (details)

    Ezra Schwartz, 18, murdered by a Palestinian terrorist. Not an “American tragedy” to HuffPost.

  • Ezra Schwartz, the American Jewish teenager who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, in November 2015 (details)
  • Richard Lakin, the American Jewish peace activist, who was murdered by Palestinian terrorists, in November 2015 (details)
  • American Rabbi Eitam Henkin, and his wife, Na’ama, who were murdered in front of their children, by Palestinian terrorists, in September 2015 (details)
  • Chaya Zissel Braun, the 3-month-old Jewish infant who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, in October 2014. (details)
  • U.S. Army Sgt. Dennis Weichel, the beloved U.S. Army officer who sacrificed his life to save a young Afghan girl (details)
  • Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley, Cpl. Richard Rivera, and Staff Sgt. Scott Dickinson, U.S. Marines who were murdered on an American base in Afghanistan, allegedly because of President Obama’s negligent rules of engagement (details)
  • Ralph Weems IV, a U.S. Marine veteran who was beaten nearly to death by a black mob in Mississippi, because of his skin color, in August 2014 (details)
  • Chris Marquez, a decorated, famous U.S. Marine who was severely beaten by Black Lives Matter supporters in Washington, DC, in February 2016 (details)
  • David Palmer, a U.S. Army veteran who was severely beaten by a black mob — on video — because of his skin color, in September 2016, and needs facial reconstruction surgery (details)
  • Austin Freni, a white U.S. soldier, on leave from duty in the Middle East, was severely beaten by a mob that was critical of his Army jacket, in January 2017 (details)

(1.4) January, 2015: HuffPost gave two days of front-page, personalized sympathy for a death-row inmate — without notifying its readers that he was convicted of raping and murdering an 11-month-old baby

On January 16, 2015, these two stories appeared on HuffPost’s front page:

Here is the story, written about a man named Charles Warner:

Oklahoma Plays Torture Roulette With Lethal Injection, by Cassy Stubbs and Anna Arceneaux, Huffington Post, January 15, 2015. Excerpt:

The logical response to Clayton Lockett’s bloody, pain-filled, unconstitutional execution in Oklahoma eight months ago would be to prevent such torture from happening again. But Oklahoma has another idea for its first execution since Lockett’s. Instead of learning from its mistakes, the state will administer midazolam, the same drug used in Lockett’s horribly botched execution.

Barring intervention from the courts or the governor, Oklahoma will execute Charles Warner tonight. The state will give Warner midazolam as if it worked for Lockett, as if it had produced the state of “deep unconsciousness” the U.S. Supreme Court has recognized as a vital step before the other, excruciatingly painful drugs in the lethal protocol.

Curiously, HuffPost’s story makes no mention whatsoever about why this alleged victim, Mr. Warner, was on death row in the first place.  Perhaps it is because his crime was so unfathomably brutal that it decided to keep it away from its readers’ awareness.  From the Tulsa World:

Charles Warner is executed; here’s the story of his 11-month-old victim; Charles Warner will face the death penalty for raping and killing an 11-month-old, by Cary Aspinall, Tulsa World, Jan 14, 2015.  Excerpt:

Shonda Waller left for the grocery store one August afternoon in 1997 and came home to find her 11-month-old infant, Adrianna, undressed, limp and lifeless.  Her dolly eyelashes wouldn’t move. Adrianna was dead on arrival at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City.

Her skull, jaw and ribs were fractured. Her liver was lacerated, her spleen and lungs were bruised.

It was a sharp-eyed charge nurse who first noticed the signs of sexual abuse, as she cleaned Adrianna’s tiny body so that her mother could hold her one last time. Her baby weighed the same as a sack of potatoes.

Charles Frederick Warner, the former roommate of Waller, was convicted of raping and killing Adrianna. The state plans to execute Warner and another convicted killer, Clayton Lockett, Tuesday at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

Warner, 46, has fought in court against recent changes to the state’s execution protocol, arguing that he has a constitutional right to know key details about the execution drugs and that the new, untested method could inflict cruel and unusual pain. His March execution date was stayed as the courts sorted out the legal issues involved with Oklahoma changing the lethal injection drug mixture it uses.

HuffPost mentioned none of those details, or even anything about his crime, in its article.

Then, after Warner was executed, HuffPost decided to give his execution the top-of-the-front-page splash headline:

Yet HuffPost has never given this kind of tribute to any of the Americans listed in Section 1.3, who were murdered or severely beaten, by the groups it champions — and as documented in the links, in most cases, it completely ignored them.


(2) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of Palestinian terrorists

For more examples of HuffPost’s obsession with devoting sympathetic coverage to Palestinian terrorists, while ignoring their victims, see SaveTheWest’s two recent documentaries:

SaveTheWest’s debut documentary: “The Huffington Post’s Anti-Semitic Bias and Incitement During the Third Intifada”

STW’s new documentary: “HuffPost’s Dehumanization of Capt. Taylor Force”


(3) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of Palestinians – general


If you follow these links, you’ll find that in each of these cases, HuffPost presented the victim’s faces, names and sympathetic personal narratives:

A Palestinian journalist who alleged she was detained and interrogated (but was able to live-Tweet it):

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Female inmates in an Israeli jail who alleged (with no proof) that guards “humiliated” them:

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The top-of-the-front page splash headline that HuffPost gave to a Palestinian film maker who alleged he was detained for 60 minutes at a U.S. airport:

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(4) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of Islamist terrorists from ISIS, Al Qaeda, Al Shabaab, others

Just a sampling of HuffPost’s far broader pattern of this behavior:

(4.1) September 2010: HuffPost whitewashed and helped evoke worldwide sympathy for one of the world’s most wanted anti-American terrorists, in part by using radical Islamist propaganda pictures

(4.2) February 2013: HuffPost gave five straight days of top-line coverage to evoking sympathy for a “homesick American jihadi” — while at the same time, ignoring a U.S. Marine who was receiving the Medal of Honor

(4.3) November 2013: HuffPost published a front page headline that assailed the NSA for breaking into “activists’” computers, when in fact its own “story” page proved they were supporters and funders of Islamist terror, including Al Qaeda

(4.4) March 2016: HuffPost published a sympathetic story about an American who joined ISIS, but then decided he’d made a big mistake, and wants to come home

(4.5) May 2016: HuffPost evoked sympathy for Islamist terrorist in Chechnya who lost his cat — but ignored the suffering of loved ones of a U.S. combat veteran who’d recently been murdered by a Palestinian terrorist


(4.1) September 2010: HuffPost whitewashed and helped evoke worldwide sympathy for one of the world’s most wanted anti-American terrorists, in part by using radical Islamist propaganda pictures

The following is adapted from detailed blog article at Huff-Watch.

On September 23, 2010 HuffPost published this item on its front page:

Scientist Gets 86 Years For Firing At U.S. Troops

If you attempt to follow the link to that story, however, as shown in this screencap, taken on March 15, 2017, you’ll find that it leads to a dead page:

We speculate there are reasons why HuffPost threw this story “down the memory hole.”

As the Huff-Watch blog noted at the time (emphasis added):

A reasonable person would ask a few initial questions upon seeing this picture and headline:

(1) Why would a “scientist” fire on U.S. troops?

(2) And why would this poor woman, whom HuffPost chose to depict as a “victim” in this photograph, be sentenced to 86 years, if she didn’t even kill anyone??

If you read HuffPost’s version of the story, you’ll discover, below, all the inconvenient truths that HuffPost neglected to mention in this “news” story and headline — which it sourced, but selectively edited, from the AP.

Thanks to the Internet Archive (“Wayback Machine”), here is the story as it originally appeared at HuffPost:

Aafia Siddiqui, Pakistani Scientist, Sentenced To 86 Years For Firing At U.S. Troops, by Tom Hays and Larry Neumeister (AP), Huffington Post, September 23, 2010. Excerpt (highlights added):

The sentence imposed on the mother of three capped a strange legal odyssey that began two summers ago, when the 38-year-old Siddiqui turned up in Afghanistan carrying notes referencing a “mass casualty attack” on New York City landmarks and a stash of sodium cyanide.

At trial earlier this year, jurors heard eyewitnesses describe how, after she was detained by Afghan police, Siddiqui grabbed a rifle and tried to shoot U.S. authorities who had gone to interrogate her. They said she yelled, “Death to Americans!” before she was injured in return fire and subdued. […]

During a three-hour hearing in federal court in Manhattan, Siddiqui claimed she had evidence Israel was behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks and warned more plots were in the works. […]

Further, as Huff-Watch blog noted at the time, other news organizations played the AP story “straight,” and included details that HuffPost omitted from its version:

Why was she being sought? Because the architect of 9/11 attacks, Khaleed Sheikh Mohammed, who began singing like a bird after interrogations, revealed in 2003 that other al Qaeda operatives were in the U.S., planning terror attacks — including Siddiqui. Combined with the fact that she was a U.S.-trained neuroscientist, meaning she could give al Qaeda the technical expertise to produce biological and chemical weapons, she became one of the most wanted women on Earth, from 2003 onward. More information, including the indictment against Siddiqui, is located at The Investigative Project on Terrorism.

Even MSNBC, not exactly a right-wing outlet, played the AP story “straight.” Breitbart.com, run by HuffPost’s original news editor, Andrew Breitbart, also played the story “straight.”

It is only after reading the Breitbart version of the AP story that one realizes how much of the story HuffPost chose to omit in its version — even though Breitbart’s version was published three hours before HuffPost’s went up. For example, all of the following was not included in HuffPost’s version of the story:

Though she was not convicted of terrorism, the government has argued that Siddiqui is a cold-blooded radical who deserves a “terrorism enhancement” under federal sentencing guidelines that would guarantee a life term.

“She made it explicit, through her own words and her conduct, her intention to kill Americans, to cause `death to Americans,'” prosecutors wrote in court papers. Prosecutors cited threatening notes Siddiqui was carrying at the time of her detention.

They directly quoted one as referencing “a `mass casualty attack’ … NY CITY monuments: Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge,” and another musing how a dirty bomb would spread more fear than death. They claimed the notes, along with the fact that she was carrying sodium cyanide, showed she wasn’t an accidental menace.

Now, another question arises: After its deceptive headline and story copy, why would HuffPost decide to run that particular, sympathetic picture in its headline?

At the time HuffPost ran this story, it could have found out in a few keystrokes that this picture was taken right after she was shot, in 2008, by the U.S. soldiers and FBI agents whom she just attempted to murder. It is not, as militant Islamists and propagandists allege (below), a photo taken while she was being “tortured” and “raped” by U.S. forces.

Here is how MSNBC played the exact same AP story — using the picture that the AP provided with it, which is the same one the FBI used when it put this “scientist,” Aafia Siddiqui, on its Most-Wanted List:

Here is the FBI’s Most-Wanted poster from 2003, when Siddiqui was considered one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists:

Further, the MSNBC version of the AP story revealed other items that HuffPost chose to omit (as indicated in bold):

Pakistani in NYC gets 86 years in prison, by Tom Hays, AP (via MSNBC), September 24, 2010.

During a rambling statement to the court Thursday, Siddiqui carried only a message of peace.

“I do not want any bloodshed. I do not want any misunderstanding. I really want to make peace and end the wars,” she said.

Siddiqui said she was particularly upset by overseas reports that she was being tortured in a U.S. prison. She said she was actually being treated well.

“I am not sad. I am not distressed. … They are not torturing me,” she said. “This is a myth and lie and it’s being spread among the Muslims.”

And as the Huff-Watch blog noted at the time, rather than using the photo the AP provided for this story, HuffPost chose to use the one after she was shot, while attempting to murder U.S. soldiers — which helped to advance its false narrative, as expressed in its deceptive headline, that she was merely a “scientist,” who had merely “fired at U.S. troops.”  A narrative that, at the trial, even Siddiqui herself debunked.

It should also be noted that Islamists who were protesting Siddiqui’s inarceration also chose that picture, of her depicted as a distressed “victim,” to use in their propaganda materials.

For example, according to a CBS News version of the AP story:

In Karachi on Thursday, about 400 activists of the Islamist group Jamaat-e-Islami and its allied youth group, Pasban, gathered outside the Karachi Press Club carrying pictures of Siddiqui and chanting slogans against the U.S. government and justice system.  “Free Aafia,” ”We want Aafia, not dollars!” the activists chanted, a reference to U.S. aid funds given in return for Pakistan’s cooperation in battling Islamist militancy.

Even CBS, however, did not explain what Jamaat-e-Islami actually is.  According to the U.S. State Department:

Designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization on October 23, 2002, Jemaah Islamiya (JI) is a Southeast Asia-based terrorist group co-founded by Abu Bakar Ba’asyir and Abdullah Sungkar that seeks the establishment of an Islamic caliphate spanning Indonesia, Malaysia, southern Thailand, Singapore, Brunei, and the southern Philippines. More than 400 JI operatives have been captured since 2002, including operations chief and al-Qa’ida (AQ) associate Hambali. […]

In December 2001, Singaporean authorities uncovered a JI plot to attack U.S., Israeli, British, and Australian diplomatic facilities in Singapore. Other significant JI attacks include the 2002 Bali bombings, which killed more than 200, including seven U.S. citizens; the August 2003 bombing of the J. W. Marriott Hotel in Jakarta, the September 2004 bombing outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, and JI’s October 2005 suicide bombing in Bali, which killed 26, including the three suicide bombers.

A JI faction led by Noordin Mohammad Top conducted the most recent high-profile attack associated with the group July 17, 2009 at the J.W. Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels in Jakarta when two suicide bombers detonated explosive devices, killing seven and injuring more than 50, including seven Americans.

With all that in mind, it becomes easier to understand why there was such support for Siddiqui from radical Islamists throughout Pakistan and elsewhere, demanding her release — all of which used the same, sympathetic picture of her that HuffPost chose to, to craft its deceptive, sympathetic depiction of her:

Given all these facts, it is not difficult to understand why HuffPost would want to cleanse its archive of any trace of its original depiction of this “story” — in which it falsely depicted one of the world’s most dangerous aspiring terrorists, attempted murderer and anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, as merely a “scientist,” and deliberately altered a source story to further depict her as a victim.

HuffPost went further, by giving top positioning to an editorial that alleged Siddiqui had been tortured by U.S. troops — a libel that she had denied two days earlier, in open court

On September 24, 2010, HuffPost published this editorial on its front page:

Curiously, however, HuffPost’s own search engine proves it has removed this editorial from its archives. A March 16, 2017 search using the string “Andy Worthington Siddiqui” returned zero results.

Perhaps HuffPost removed it because someone exposed it for having once again libeled the U.S. military, based on incendiary, false allegations — which even Siddiqui herself said were not true.  Fortunately, we can discover the truth thanks to Google Cache’s capture of this editorial:

Barbaric: 86-Year Sentence for Aafia Siddiqui, by Andy Worthington, Huffington Post, September 24, 2010. Excerpts (emphasis added):

To be honest, I can hardly express sufficiently my shock at the news that Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani neuroscientist who was rendered to the U.S. to face a trial after she reportedly tried — and failed — to shoot two U.S. soldiers in Ghazni, Afghanistan in July 2008, has been sentenced to 86 years in prison.

Such a disproportionate sentence would be barbaric, even if Aafia Siddiqui had killed the soldiers she shot at, but as she missed entirely, and was herself shot twice in the abdomen, it simply doesn’t make sense.  […]

Seen this way, her sudden reappearance in Ghazni in July 2008, the shooting incident, the trial and the conviction were designed to hide the fact that, for five years and four months, from March 2003, when she and her three children were reportedly kidnapped in Karachi, she was held in secret U.S. detention — possibly in the US prison at Bagram, Afghanistan — where she was subjected to horrendous abuse.

Note that this “journalist”:

  • Only referred to Siddiqui as a “neuroscientist,” mentioning nothing about the other details about her work to develop and deploy WMDs for Al Qaeda
  • Ignored the fact that Siddiqui herself said, in open court, that she had not been tortured by U.S. forces, and that Muslims should stop spreading this lie — the day before this editorial was published (screencap):

Pakistani in NYC gets 86 years in prison, by Tom Hays, AP (via MSNBC), September 24, 2010 (screencap).

During a rambling statement to the court Thursday [September 23], Siddiqui carried only a message of peace.

“I do not want any bloodshed. I do not want any misunderstanding. I really want to make peace and end the wars,” she said.

Siddiqui said she was particularly upset by overseas reports that she was being tortured in a U.S. prison. She said she was actually being treated well.

“I am not sad. I am not distressed. … They are not torturing me,” she said. “This is a myth and lie and it’s being spread among the Muslims.”

The fact that HuffPost cleansed its archive of any instance of this “journalist” having written about Siddiqui also indicates that it never published an apology or retraction to this libel against the U.S. military.  Thus, HuffPost’s original act, and this omission, could only serve to fuel the widespread protests against the U.S. military regarding Siddiqui, and may have helped to ignite physical attacks on U.S. soldiers as a result.


(4.2) February 2013: HuffPost gave five straight days of top-line coverage to evoking sympathy for a “homesick American jihadi” — while at the same time, ignoring a U.S. Marine who was receiving the Medal of Honor

The following is excerpted, and consolidated, from a detailed report at Huff-Watch.

On February 8, 2013, HuffPost published this “news” story on its front page:

Excerpts:

Abu Mansoor al-Amriki, American Jihadi In Somalia, Has Few Friends Left, Huffington Post, February 8, 2013. Excerpt:

Once his reputation was of a feared fighter, an American-born extremist who left small town Alabama to wage war alongside Al-Qaeda-linked Somali Islamists and who called on other foreigners to join. Today, Omar Hamami — better known as Abu Mansoor al-Amriki or “the American” — has split from the insurgents, who want to kill him.

He cuts a forlorn figure: homesick, stuck somewhere in Somalia, and telling anyone who will listen about his apparently doomed career path. […]

“War booty is eaten by the top dogs, but the guys who won it are jailed for touching it,” Amriki says in one message on Twitter. It is a sharp turnaround for a man who once issued rap videos aimed at recruiting foreign fighters. […]

(Ed.: The story made no mention of the fact that “war booty,” to jihadis in general, and Al Shabaab in particular, includes the women and girls that they kidnap and sexually terrorize.)

“What I would like though is to have a three day visit to see my mom, dad and sister… I often wonder what this whole experience has done to them,” he writes in the book, adding he misses his daughter whom he abandoned in Egypt as a baby.

“I’d like to make a round of the restaurants and get some Chinese food, some hot (chicken) wings, some Nestle ice cream, some gourmet coffee and a slew of other foods and beverages.”

HuffPost kept this “news story” on the front page for two straight days, and on the World page for five straight days (evidence file).

As if that weren’t enough, during the five straight days of top coverage it gave to this “news” story,” HuffPost completely ignored the fact that President Obama was awarding a U.S. soldier, Sgt. Clinton Romesha, the Congressional Medal of Honor for distinct heroism in a particularly brutal firefights against jihadis, in which eight of his comrades were killed.

See details here, and at the Huff-Watch blog’s detailed article about this incident.


(4.3) November 2013: HuffPost published a front page headline that assailed the NSA for breaking into “activists’” computers, when in fact its own “story” page proved they were supporters and funders of Islamist terror, including Al Qaeda

On November 26, 2013, HuffPost published this story near the top of its front page:

HuffPost claimed that the NSA, staffed with both military and civilian employees, was “spying” on “activists” and their porn habits.  An excerpt from the (original) story page:

REVEALED: NSA Spying On Activists’ Porn Habits, by Glenn Greenwald, Ryan Gallagher and Ryan Grim, Huffington Post, November 26, 2013. Excerpt:

The National Security Agency has been gathering records of online sexual activity and evidence of visits to pornographic websites as part of a proposed plan to harm the reputations of those whom the agency believes are radicalizing others through incendiary speeches, according to a top-secret NSA document. The document, provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, identifies six targets, all Muslims, as “exemplars” of how “personal vulnerabilities” can be learned through electronic surveillance, and then exploited to undermine a target’s credibility, reputation and authority.

The NSA document, dated Oct. 3, 2012, repeatedly refers to the power of charges of hypocrisy to undermine such a messenger. “A previous SIGINT” — or signals intelligence, the interception of communications — “assessment report on radicalization indicated that radicalizers appear to be particularly vulnerable in the area of authority when their private and public behaviors are not consistent,” the document argues.

So who are these Muslims whom HuffPost refers to as “activists”? 

HuffPost knew from its own “story” that, according to top-secret documents stolen from the NSA by Edward Snowdon, these were individuals who were funding Al Qaeda, and/or spreading its hate propaganda.  From the (original) story page (larger, dated screencap here):

Sometime later, however, HuffPost changed the story page headline to indicate that these individuals were “radicalizers”:


Analysis

Contrast how HuffPost whitewashed these Al Qaeda supporters and funders into “activists” to how, as documented in Section 1, it instantly and automatically assumed the worst about American soldiers and their commanders, and described them as such — even though the facts either didn’t support these allegations, or contradicted them.

Note also how HuffPost consistently refers to Jews who are merely accused of having done something wrong, as “extremists”:

In fact, HuffPost has published more than a half-dozen stories in recent years that are dedicated to “Jewish extremism” and “Jewish extremists.”

Yet when admittedly top-secret documents were stolen from the NSA that showed the agency was tracking and exposing Al Qaeda supporters’ porn habits, HuffPost’s first action was to rise to their defense, depict them as merely “activists” in its headline, implying that they were the victims in this equation.


(4.4) March 2016: HuffPost published a sympathetic story about an American who joined ISIS, but then decided he’d made a big mistake, and wants to come home

The following is excerpted from SaveTheWest’s recent documentary video, “HuffPost’s Dehumanization of Capt. Taylor Force”

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HuffPost wrote this original, detailed, pictorial story of an American jihadi, Mohamad Jamal Khweis, who joined ISIS, but left after one month.  HuffPost used its global platform to enable Khewis to spread his sad tale:

“On the way there (to Syria), I regretted (my decision), I wanted to go back. So after things didn’t work out, I didn’t see myself living in that environment. You know, I wanted to go back to America.”

While attempting to return to the USA, he into a firefight with Kurdish forces, who then arrested him.

Curiously, HuffPost published nothing by Taylor’s grieving family or friends, about their wishes, or about the things they regretted not having said to him before he was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist.

Duration: HuffPost left this story published on its front page and World page for a combined four straight days, from March 18-21, 2016.


(4.5) May 2016: HuffPost evoked sympathy for Islamist terrorist in Chechnya who lost his cat — but ignored the suffering of loved ones of a U.S. combat veteran who’d recently been murdered by a Palestinian terrorist

On May 23, 2016, HuffPost published this story on its front page:

Chechen Strongman Issues Instagram Plea To Find His Missing Cat

But who is this “strongman” for whom HuffPost evoked worldwide sympathy?   Ramzan Kadyrov is a notorious Islamist militant and accused war criminal, but who is very savvy when it comes to social media.  Details here.  And who, in March 2017 began rounding up homosexuals and putting them in concentration camps.


HuffPost gave this story top publicity — but completely ignored the suffering of the family of U.S. combat veteran Capt. Taylor Force, who had been murdered weeks earlier by a Palestinian terrorist

On March 6, 2016, Capt. Taylor Force, a beloved U.S. combat veteran, was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist in Israel.  HuffPost briefly published a story about the incident, but referred to him in the headline only as “an American tourist,” and never featured his face, story, or the grief that his family and loved once were enduring.  These facts were all documented in a SaveTheWest.com documentary:

Notably, HuffPost also consistently ignores the suffering of the loved ones of Israeli Jews who have been murdered by Palestinian terrorists.  This includes the family of Hadar Buchris, a 21-year-old Jewish girl who was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist in Israel.  The following is an excerpt of a SaveTheWest’s documentary (here); to this day, HuffPost has not a single reference to Hadar in its search engine.

HuffPost also completely ignored Palestinian terrorists’ murders of the following Jews, in late 2015:

Yet when an Islamist terrorist announced on social media that he was missing his cat, HuffPost had a “stop-the-presses” moment, and helped to evoke worldwide sympathy for him.


(5) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of Muslims — while ignoring Jewish victims of hate crimes


(5.1) February 2016: HuffPost launched an entire sub-site to publicize alleged hate crimes against Muslims — even though they are among the least-likely to be victims of religiously-motivated hate crimes, and it knew or should have known that many are later discovered to be fakes

(5.2) HuffPost consistently gives front-page coverage to every allegation of a hate crime or insult against a Muslim — while systematically ignoring allegations of hate crimes against Jews, including murders

(5.3) March 2016: HuffPost falsely accused America of being “Islamophobic”

(5.4) March  2016: HuffPost gave top, sustained coverage to Muslim women who alleged they were spat on, while on a train — but ignored a beloved U.S. army officer who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist

(5.5) October 2016: HuffPost gave top publicity to a story about an alleged hate crime against a Muslim boy in North Carolina — then hid from its readers the fact that it was soon discovered to be a hoax


(5.1) February 2016: HuffPost launched an entire sub-site to publicize alleged hate crimes against Muslims — even though they are among the least-likely to be victims of religiously-motivated hate crimes, and it knew or should have known that many are later discovered to be fakes

On February 4, 2016, HuffPost launched a sub-site that was completely dedicated to tracking “Islamophobic incidents,” which it defines as anything from alleged violence to unkind words:

According to HuffPost:

It might be impossible to create a comprehensive list of discriminatory acts against American Muslims and those perceived to be Muslim, but The Huffington Post will document this deplorable wave of hate for all of 2016 using news reports and firsthand accounts. The breadth and severity of Islamophobia in America can no longer go unnoticed. Enough is enough.

The entries on HuffPost’s “Islamophobia timeline” range from verbal insults to actual hate crimes.

HuffPost seeks donations to support the site, and has accepted funds from one of the most notorious Islamist front groups in America, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR); summary; detail.

January 24, 2017 update: HuffPost has now removed the Islamophobia site, and put its contents behind a registration wall:

HuffPost has not set up a similar site to track anti-Semitic hate crimes, which are far more prevalent, as a recent SaveTheWest report shows

While there are similar numbers of Jews and Muslims in America, according to consistent annual FBI data, Jews are three to five times more likely to be victims of hate crimes than Muslims. SaveTheWest compiled this data into a short infographic slide show:

This omission takes on special significance when one considers the fact that for many years, HuffPost has been inciting worldwide hatred of Jews and Israel, while whitewashing or ignoring those who are attacking them. An array of examples are showcased in SaveTheWest’s recent documentary:

“The Huffington Post’s Anti-Semitic Bias and Incitement During the Third Intifada”

Several other independent blogs have been documenting HuffPost’s endemic anti-Semitic bias and incitement as well.

Further, as STW has documented, HuffPost knew or should have known that many alleged hate crimes against Muslims in America are later discovered to be fakes:

Fake Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes

And in a fair number of these fake hate crimes against Muslims, HuffPost played a leading role in helping to legitimize them, both through acts and omissions:

Examples of HuffPost legitimizing fake hate crimes against Muslims


(5.2) HuffPost consistently gives front-page coverage to every allegation of a hate crime or insult against a Muslim — while systematically ignoring allegations of hate crimes against Jews, including murders

As an extension of HuffPost’s “Islamophobia” sub-site, many of these items also are placed on its front page, to ensure that get maximum publicity (whether they are true or not).  See a partial chronology of these articles here:

HuffPost giving top publicity to articles regarding alleged hate crimes against Muslim Americans

In contrast, HuffPost almost never publishes reports of hate crimes against Jews, as documented in the following pages:

Examples of HuffPost ignoring anti-Semitic hate incidents in America in 2016-2017

Examples of HuffPost ignoring anti-Semitic hate incidents in America in 2014-2015


(5.3) March 2016: HuffPost falsely accused America of being “Islamophobic”

On March 15, 2016, this “news” story appeared on HuffPost’s front page:

Hey America, Stop Being So Islamophobic

That “news” story merely led right back to the “Islamophobia” sub-site it set up one month earlier, which was rife with unsubstantiated hate crimes, a sizable number of which were later proven to be hoaxes.


(5.4) March  2016: HuffPost gave top, sustained coverage to Muslim women who alleged they were spat on, while on a train — but ignored a beloved U.S. army officer who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist

Muslim Women Say No One Intervened When Man Attacked Them

This story appeared for two straight days on HuffPost’s front-page (March 8 & March 9, 2016):

Offended Musilm women 08Mar16See the details of this incident in SaveTheWest’s recent documentary video:

STW’s new documentary: “HuffPost’s Dehumanization of Capt. Taylor Force” : Save The West


(5.5) October 2016: HuffPost gave top publicity to a story about an alleged hate crime against a Muslim boy in North Carolina — then hid from its readers the fact that it was soon discovered to be a hoax

On October 12, 2016, HuffPost broke an in-depth, original story on its front page, in which it alleged that a 7-year-old Muslim boy had been beaten by his fellow classmates on a school bus to the point where he had a broken arm, and no one did anything to help him. Further, it alleged that he had been subjected to other forms of harassment and abuse at his school.  HuffPost based its entire story on a Facebook post by the boy’s father.  At the time it wrote the story, it knew that no police report or school complaint had been filed.

This was soon discovered to be a fake hate crime, one of the dozens of fake anti-Muslim hate crimes that had been perpetrated in the preceding months.

HuffPost, however, never notified its readers, via a story on its front page, that they had been misled.  Via these acts and omissions, HuffPost helped to legitimize a fake anti-Muslim hate crime that it spread around the world, and was picked up by hundreds (or even thousands) of other websites.  See the full documentation here.

This was one of a series of fake anti-Muslim hate crimes that HuffPost helped to falsely legitimize.  See the details at:

Examples of HuffPost legitimizing fake hate crimes against Muslims


(6) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of sad celebrities


(6.1) HuffPost’s obsession with evoking sympathy for the Kardashians

(6.2) February 2016: HuffPost evoked sympathy for a former stripper who complains that her fans “sexually assault” her every day — but completely ignored a decorated U.S. Marine who was severely beaten by Black Lives Matter supporters, because of his skin color

(6.3) November 2016: HuffPost gave top publicity to a star who was complaining about her fame — but completely ignored the story of a black mob that was caught on video, several weeks earlier, severely beating a white man, while accusing him of voting for Trump

(6.4) December 2016: HuffPost posted a story about a celebrity who claimed another celebrity made her cry — but completely ignored the family of a U.S. military veteran whose home was torched and vandalized with anti-Trump graffiti, one month earlier

(6.5) March 2017: HuffPost urged its readers to “stop piling on” a TV host for not sufficiently attacking Trump — but completely ignored a Washington state trooper who had been assaulted and injured by anti-Trump protesters, whom it was helping to incite

(6.6) February 2016: HuffPost gave seven straight days of front-page coverage to a sad celebrity — but completely ignored a Jewish man in NY who was stabbed in the back — on video — one week earlier, in what police suspected was an anti-Semitic hate crime

(6.7) May 2017: HuffPost evokes sympathy for a singer who, in the wake of the Manchester jihadist attack, said we should have “no barriers, no borders,” and “just coexist”

(6.8) Miscellaneous other incidents of HuffPost evoking sympathy for celebrities


(6.1) HuffPost’s obsession with evoking sympathy for the Kardashians

Kim Kardashian Hits Back At Haters Bette Midler And Chloë Grace Moretz

08Mar16-KimK-responds-to-haters-day1Kim Kardashian Takes Her Cry Face To A Whole New Level

10Apr Kardashian worship day2 - KIM CRIES - cropHuffPost published this story on its front page on January 6-7, 2017:

More examples from recent years:


(6.2) February 2016: HuffPost evoked sympathy for a former stripper who complains that her fans “sexually assault” her every day — but completely ignored a decorated U.S. Marine who was severely beaten by Black Lives Matter supporters,  because of his skin color

HuffPost published this “news” story on its front page on February 23, 2016, about a former stripper who claims her fans “constantly sexually assault” her — yet who, according to its own story page, has not filed a single police report about it:

Amber Rose: ‘I Get Sexually Assaulted Constantly’: Fans frequently grab Rose’s breasts and butt, and put their hands under her skirt, she says.

HuffPost, however, completely ignored the news that broke one week earlier, on February 16, of a decorated U.S. Marine who was severely beaten by Black Lives Matter supporters, because of his skin color, in a Washington, DC McDonalds. Details here.

Chris Marquez, 30, a decorated U.S. Marine, after he was severely beaten by BLM supporters at a McDonalds in Washington, DC, because of his skin color.  HuffPost completely ignored him.


(6.3) November 2016: HuffPost gave top publicity to a star who was complaining about her fame — but completely ignored the story of a black mob that was caught on video, several weeks earlier, severely beating a white man, while accusing him of voting for Trump

HuffPost published this story at the top of its front page on November 27, 2016.


(6.4) December 2016: HuffPost posted a story about a celebrity who claimed another celebrity made her cry — but completely ignored the family of a U.S. military veteran whose home was torched and vandalized with anti-Trump graffiti, one month earlier

On December 13, 2016, HuffPost published this “news” story at the very top of its front page:

Kathy Griffin Claims Ellen Made Her Cry After Heated Phone Call

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the tears shed by the family of the U.S. military veteran whose home was set on fire, ransacked, and vandalized with anti-Trump and anti-white graffiti, one month earlier.  Details here.


(6.5) March 2017: HuffPost urged its readers to “stop piling on” a TV host for not sufficiently attacking Trump — but completely ignored a Washington state trooper who had been assaulted and injured by anti-Trump protesters, whom it was helping to incite

This “news” story appeared at the top of HuffPost’s front page on March 15, 2017:

Stop Piling On Rachel Maddow For Not Taking Down Trump

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the fact that one week earlier, a Washington state trooper was attacked and injured by anti-Trump protesters (details here), whom it was helping to incite to violence.


(6.6) February 2016: HuffPost gave seven straight days of front-page coverage to a sad celebrity — but completely ignored a Jewish man in NY who was stabbed in the back — on video — one week earlier, in what police suspected was an anti-Semitic hate crime

Starting on February 19, 2016, HuffPost began a 7-straight-day tribute on its front page to evoke sympathy for the singer Kesha, after she lost a lawsuit to release her from a recording contract.  HuffPost’s tribute began with this story, which appeared at the top of its front page:

And for the next seven days, HuffPost ran at least one, and at times several sympathetic stories about Kesha’s plight, her emotional state, etc. (see date stamps in lower right corner):


Yet HuffPost completely ignored the fact that one week earlier, a Jewish man in Crown Heights, NY was stabbed in the back, in unprovoked attack by a black assailant — on video — in what police stated they believe was an anti-Semitic hate crime:

Jewish man seriously wounded in New York stabbing; Footage shows attacker fleeing after stabbing yeshiva student in the back in Crown Heights; police believe it was a hate crime, by Ari Soffer, Israel National News, February 10, 2016. Excerpt:

A Jewish man was stabbed in the back in an apparently unprovoked attack in New York’s Crown Heights neighborhood on Wednesday morning. The victim is in his 30s, and suffered from stab wounds to his upper back.

The attack occurred at a check cashing center at Kingston Ave and Empire Boulevard, according to the JP Updates site. The New York Police Department say they are searching for a black male who fled the scene immediately after the attack. Investigators now believe the incident was a hate crime.

The proof that HuffPost ignored this story: A May 1, 2017 search using HuffPost’s own search engine of the string “Jewish man stabbed in back Crown Heights black suspect hate crime February 2016” returned zero results.

This was not an isolated incident of HuffPost ignoring a documented hate crime against Jews, while focusing instead on nonsensical “news”.  The following pages contain more than fifty documented case studies from 2014 through the present day of such incidents.

Examples of HuffPost ignoring anti-Semitic hate incidents in America in 2016-2017

Examples of HuffPost ignoring anti-Semitic hate incidents in America in 2014-2015


(6.7) May 2017: HuffPost evokes sympathy for a singer who, in the wake of the Manchester jihadist attack, said we should have “no barriers, no borders,” and “just coexist”

On May 23, 2017, music superstar Katy Perry was interviewed on a radio show in New York, during which she offered her commentary on the jihadist terrorist attack on the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, the night before.  The attack claimed 22 deaths, most of them teenage girls, and 59 injured.  The terrorist hailed from a Libyan family that had obtained refugee status in England.

During the interview, Perry said:

I think, like, there, like, as much, y’know, whatever we say behind people’s backs, cause the Internet can be a little bit ruthless as far as fan bases go but I think that the greatest thing we can do is just unite and love on each other and like, no barriers, no borders, like we all need to just co-exist.

Perry’s comments went viral in conservative and even mainstream media, especially considering Perry lives inside a $19 million super-mansion in California, which is surrounded by 15 foot high walls, and is guarded 24-7 by security personnel.  A view from the street of Perry’s estate:


HuffPost reacted by publishing this “news” story near the top of its front page on May 25, 2017:

Right-Wingers Blast Katy Perry For Daring To Suggest Unity, by David Moye, Huffington Post, May 25, 2017.

Curiously, HuffPost has never featured a single personal, sympathetic, humanizing depiction of any of the Americans who were murdered by Palestinian terrorists, or any of the conservative demonstrators who have been savagely attacked by radical leftist thugs.

Yet for this pop star, because she got criticized for such a statement after a terrorist from a refugee family targeted and murdered 22 teenage girls, HuffPost pulled out all the stops and gave her this kind of sympathetic, hurried reporting, and positioned it near the top of its front page.


(6.8) Miscellaneous other incidents of HuffPost evoking sympathy for celebrities

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(7) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of animals

(7.1) Slide show of how HuffPost evokes sympathy for animals on its front page

(7.2) December 2014: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a two-faced cat that died — but completely ignored a report about threats to the NYPD from a domestic terror group, amid a wave of anti-police hatred that it was helping to incite

(7.3) March 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a swan that was abused in eastern Europe — but essentially ignored a beloved U.S. veteran who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist

(7.4) April 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a sad elephant, in Thailand — but completely ignored the sadness of the family of a beloved American soldier who’d been murdered, days before, by a Palestinian terrorist

(7.5) July 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a dolphin that was sunburned — but completely ignored the victim of a race-incited rape on a Tennessee college campus

(7.6) November 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to an”unadoptable sad-faced cat” — but completely ignored a white man who had been dragged out of his car in Chicago and beaten, on video, by a black mob, because they suspected him of voting for Trump

(7.7) December 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a police dog that was dying — but completely ignored communists who chanted for police officers to be murdered, days before five were shot, and a female Trump supporter who was savagely beaten by a male leftist

(7.8) January 2017: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to an elderly panda that died — but completely ignored a Hillary supporter who attempted to murder a Trump supporter, and a synagogue that was smeared with feces

(7.9) March 2017: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a story about a “disabled goldfish” — but completely ignored a Washington State Trooper who was injured by radical leftist rioters, and a Seattle, WA synagogue that was vandalized

(7.10) March 2017: HuffPost gave front-page treatment to a bear that was killed in German zoo — but completely ignored an American college professor who was physically assaulted by radical leftists

(7.11) March 2017: HuffPost gave front-page treatment to a blind cat — but completely ignored a story about a conservative radio talk show host who, along with his dog, were violently attacked by a radical leftist, because of the host’s political views

(7.12) April 2017: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to “Patrick,” an elderly wombat in Australia, who died a virgin — yet completely ignored the Americans who were murdered in Fresno, CA the day before, by a racist Islamist

(7.13) May 2017: HuffPost devotes front-page coverage to a squirrel that was killed — but either completely ignored or whitewashed ad downplayed the stories of Americans who were killed or beaten


(7.1) Slide show of how HuffPost evokes sympathy for animals on its front page

This is just a small sampling of how HuffPost consistently gives top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of animals — while ignoring misfortune met by people in the groups that it considers Worthless:


(7.2) December 2014: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a two-faced cat that died — but completely ignored a report about threats to the NYPD from a domestic terror group, amid a wave of anti-police hatred that it was helping to incite

HuffPost featured this “news” story appeared on its front page on December 7, 2014, instead of anything about the fact that the day before, the NYPD announced that a domestic terrorist group issued a threat to its officers.


(7.3) March 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a swan that was abused in eastern Europe — but essentially ignored a beloved U.S. veteran who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist

HuffPost featured this original story on its front page on March 10, 2016, several days after Taylor Force, a beloved U.S. Army officer, was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, while on a trip to Israel.  HuffPost featured no stories that evoked sympathy for Taylor, or featured his face anywhere on the site, or his name in a headline, or described how his family was suffering.  See STW’s documentary about this incident here.

Woman Roughly Drags Swan Out Of Water By The Wing For Selfie

03-09-2016 FPHL 06-57 - swan


(7.4) April 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a sad elephant, in Thailand — but completely ignored the sadness of the family of a beloved American soldier who’d been murdered, days before, by a Palestinian terrorist

HuffPost was able to find this story from Thailand, and decided to give it graphic, front-page treatment on April 11, 2016:

Elephant Weeps As She Mourns The Death Of Best Friend

11Apr16-Elephant-weeps-FPYet HuffPost completely ignored the tears of the parents of Taylor Force, the beloved U.S. Army veteran who as murdered by a Palestinian terrorist days earlier.


(7.5) July 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a dolphin that was sunburned — but completely ignored the victim of a race-incited rape on a Tennessee college campus

HuffPost featured this story near the top of it front page on July 20, 2016.

Stranded Dolphin Was So Sunburned By The Time Rescuers Found Her

Yet as documented here, HuffPost ran the above story days after news broke that a black college football player who had been convicted of raping a white student reportedly told her, “That’s for 400 years of slavery, you bitch!” — about which it mentioned nothing.

Instead, HuffPost published a sympathetic “news” story about him that focused on what makes him cry:


(7.6) November 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to an “unadoptable sad-faced cat” — but completely ignored a white man who had been dragged out of his car in Chicago and beaten, on video, by a black mob, because they suspected him of voting for Trump

This “news” story appeared at the top of HuffPost’s front page on November 20, 2016.


Yet HuffPost completely ignored a white man who had been dragged out of his car in Chicago and beaten, on video, by a black mob, because they suspected him of voting for Trump

Nine days before HuffPost gave top coverage to the “sad-faced cat,” on November 11, news broke in the Washington Post about a black mob in Chicago, IL that dragged a white driver from a car and severely beat him, two days earlier (Nov. 9) while screaming, “You voted Trump? You gonna pay for that shit!” The attack was captured on video, and uploaded to YouTube the same day:

HuffPost completely ignored this story — and it also ignored:

  • The fact that on November 18, Chicago police arrested and charged several members of the gang that perpetrated this apparent hate crime
  • The video interview with the victim of this assault

See the documentation here.


(7.7) December 2016: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a police dog that was dying — but completely ignored communists who chanted for police officers to be murdered, days before five were shot, and a female Trump supporter who was savagely beaten by a male leftist

HuffPost put this story near the top of its front page on December 20, 2016.  It contained the dog’s face, name, personal story, and the grief that his police handlers were feeling at his impending demise.

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the following, which occurred in the preceding days and weeks:

  • November 22, 2016: In Austin, TX, revolutionary communists, armed with assault rifles, openly call for police officers to be murdered; “What’s better than 12 dead cops? 13 dead cops!!” — several days before five officers across America were shot, in ambush-style attacks
  • December 1, 2016: A 27-year-old male Hillary supporter was arrested for attempting to murder a 69-year-old female Trump supporter, over a “political argument”
  • December 17, 2016: Pennsylvanian electors had received so many death threats from radical leftists that they were issued state police bodyguards

Going further back in time, HuffPost never provided such a tribute to any of the following Americans.  In fact, in most cases, HuffPost never even mentioned their names, or what happened to them, in any news stories, anywhere on its site:

  • Capt. Taylor Force, the beloved U.S. Army officer who was murdered in Israel by a Palestinian terrorist (details)
  • Ezra Schwartz, the American Jewish teenager who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist (details)
  • Richard Lakin, the American Jewish peace activist, who was murdered by Palestinian terrorists (details)
  • American Rabbi Eitam Henkin, and his wife, Na’ama, who were murdered in front of their children by Palestinian terrorists (details)

(7.8) January 2017: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to an elderly panda that died — but completely ignored a Hillary supporter who attempted to murder a Trump supporter, and a synagogue that was smeared with feces

HuffPost featured this story on its front page on January 1, 2017:

HuffPost did not, however, feature anything about these incidents, all of which occurred within the preceding eight days:

  • December 25, 2016: A Santa Monica synagogue was vandalized, and smeared with feces, on first night of Hannukah
  • December 24, 2016: A Florida man was arrested by the U.S. Secret Service after he posted threats to president-elect Trump on Facebook

(7.9) March 2017: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to a story about a “disabled goldfish” — but completely ignored a Washington State Trooper who was injured by radical leftist rioters, and a Seattle, WA synagogue that was vandalized

HuffPost featured this sad “news” on its front page on March 15, 2017.

In the preceding days, however, HuffPost featured no stories about:

March 4, 2016: Radical leftist rioters injured a Washington State Trooper

March 10, 2016: A synagogue in Seattle, WA was defaced with Holocaust-denying graffiti


(7.10) March 2017: HuffPost gave front-page treatment to a bear that was killed in German zoo — but completely ignored an American college professor who was physically assaulted by radical leftists

This news story appeared on HuffPost’s front page on March 12, 2017:

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the story that emerged nine days earlier, on March 3, 2017, of a Middlebury, CT college professor who was violently assaulted by radical leftists, while escorting a speaker out of a forum in which he’d been scheduled to speak.

(7.11) March 2017: HuffPost gave front-page treatment to a blind cat — but completely ignored a story about a conservative radio talk show host who, along with his dog, were violently attacked by a radical leftist, because of the host’s political views

HuffPost featured this “news” story on its front page on March 17, 2017:

Yet HuffPost completely ignored a story that emerged two days earlier, on March 15, 2017, about a conservative radio talk show host — and his dog — who were violently assaulted by a radical leftist at a California restaurant, because of the host’s political views.

(7.12) April 2017: HuffPost gave front-page coverage to “Patrick,” an elderly wombat in Australia, who died a virgin — yet completely ignored the Americans who were murdered in Fresno, CA the day before, by a racist Islamist

On April 19, 2017, HuffPost featured on its front page an original story that one of its “journalists” wrote, about “Patrick,” an elderly wombat, whom it discovered had tragically died as a virgin.

Patrick, Beloved 32-Year-Old Virgin Wombat, Has Died

HuffPost completely ignored, however, the names, faces and profiles of the three Americans who were murdered by a racist Islamist in Fresno, CA the day before, on April 18 (top right, and bottom row).  See complete documentation here.


(7.13) May 2017: HuffPost devotes front-page coverage to a squirrel that was killed — but either completely ignored or whitewashed ad downplayed the stories of Americans who were killed or beaten

On May 6, 2017, HuffPost featured this original story on its front page:

Man Allegedly Shoots Squirrel With Bow And Arrow For ‘Giving Him A Look’, by By Hilary Hanson, Huffington Post, May 6, 2017. Excerpt:

A man from Staten Island, New York City, is facing animal cruelty charges after prosecutors say he killed a squirrel with a bow and arrow for a patently absurd reason.

Jonathan Mangia told investigators that he shot and killed the animal on Tuesday because it “gave him a look,” according to a criminal complaint that DNAInfo obtained. He reportedly said he had thrown rocks at the squirrel to scare it away from his home.

“Then the squirrel gave me a look and I took it personal,” Mangia said, according to the complaint. Mangia also allegedly told police that after being shot, the squirrel was able to flee and remove the arrow from its own body, according to the New York Daily News.

It’s unclear whether that’s true, but an environmental conservation officer spotted the animal dead, covered in blood, and also noticed blood near the window of Mangia’s property, Staten Island Live reports.


A partial roster of the Americans who were killed or severely beaten, in part because of the hate and violence that HuffPost incites, yet to whom it didn’t give any coverage, or only a fraction of what it gave to this squirrel

HuffPost assigned one of its “journalists” to write a sympathetic story about this squirrel, the posted it on its front page.  Yet HuffPost either completely ignored, or gave less than 1/100th of this treatment to the following Americans, many of whom were victimized at least in part to the hatred that HuffPost helps to incite, against the U.S. military, white people, and Jews and Israel.  In fact, in most cases, HuffPost never even mentioned their names, or what happened to them, in any news stories, anywhere on its site:

  • Capt. Taylor Force, the beloved U.S. Army officer who was murdered in Israel by a Palestinian terrorist, in March 2016 (details)

    Ezra Schwartz, 18. If only he was a squirrel, instead of a Jewish American, HuffPost might have featured his face and story.  It chose not to virtually ignore him.

  • Ezra Schwartz, the American Jewish teenager who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, in November 2015 (details)
  • Richard Lakin, the American Jewish peace activist, who was murdered by Palestinian terrorists, in November 2015 (details)
  • American Rabbi Eitam Henkin, and his wife, Na’ama, who were murdered in front of their children, by Palestinian terrorists, in September 2015 (details)
  • Chaya Zissel Braun, the 3-month-old Jewish infant who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, in October 2014. (details)
  • U.S. Army Sgt. Dennis Weichel, the beloved U.S. Army officer who sacrificed his life to save a young Afghan girl (details)
  • Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley, Cpl. Richard Rivera, and Staff Sgt. Scott Dickinson, U.S. Marines who were murdered on an American base in Afghanistan, allegedly because of President Obama’s negligent rules of engagement (details)
  • Ralph Weems IV, a U.S. Marine veteran who was beaten nearly to death by a black mob in Mississippi, because of his skin color, in August 2014 (details)
  • Chris Marquez, a decorated, famous U.S. Marine who was severely beaten by Black Lives Matter supporters in Washington, DC, in February 2016 (details)
  • David Palmer, a U.S. Army veteran who was severely beaten by a black mob — on video — because of his skin color, in September 2016, and needs facial reconstruction surgery (details)
  • Austin Freni, a white U.S. soldier, on leave from duty in the Middle East, was severely beaten by a mob that was critical of his Army jacket, in January 2017 (details)

(8) Examples of HuffPost giving top-level coverage to sympathetic depictions of various freakshow oddities


(8.1) August 2012 — beyond: HuffPost conducted a multi-year, front-page “weep-fest” for “Pussy Riot”

(8.2) February 2013: “My boyfriend demands sex and gets violent while asleep”

(8.3) November 2014: HuffPost evoked front-page sympathy for a WWF (fake) wrestler — but ignored an American infant who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, one month earlier

(8.4) September 2015: HuffPost created a front-page splash headline to evoke sympathy for “the boy with 46DD breasts” — but completely ignored two incidents of violent attacks on Jews in New York

(8.5) April 2017: HuffPost evoked sympathy on its front page for a woman who got her hand stuck in a toilet — but completely ignored a white couple in Virginia who were violently attacked without provocation, in front of witnesses, by a black woman who said she’s “sick of fancy white people”

(8.6) August 2014: HuffPost evoked sympathy on its front page for “a fat girl who wears revealing clothes” — but completely ignored a white Marine veteran who was beaten nearly to death by group of black men, because of his skin color

(8.7) September 2015: HuffPost gave three straight days of front page sympathy to a man who had a lonely bachelor party — but completely ignored a Palestinian terrorist attack on five American Jewish students

(8.8) May 2017: HuffPost gave top publicity to help raise money for a “library of orgasm sounds” — but completely ignored a fundraiser for a six-year-old California boy who suffered severe brain injuries as a result of an auto accident that was caused by a drunk illegal alien who had been deported at least fifteen times since 2002


(8.1) August 2012 — beyond: HuffPost conducted a multi-year, front-page “weep-fest” for “Pussy Riot”

Starting in August 2012, HuffPost began giving a flurry of top coverage to an all-girl Russian punk band, “Pussy Riot,” after they were arrested for barging into a famed orthodox church in Moscow, during services, then singing a vulgar song. HuffPost essentially went apoplectic over the plight of the band, and began a multi-year stream of more than a hundred sympathetic stories about these “victims,” including top-of-the-page splash headlines:

2012-08-17 WPHL Pussyriot convicted TOP STORY 925a

On one day alone, HuffPost had nine separate stories on its World page about Pussy Riot – at the same time.  See this PDF:

2012-08-19 Wphls 1235a – 9 Refs to Pussyriot – Zero Israel by SaveTheWest

Yet when Hadar Buchris, a 21-year-old Jewish girl in Israel was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist, while she was sitting on a park bench, HuffPost completely ignored her.   A search of Hadar’s name at HuffPost yields zero results.  Yet a search of the term “pussy riot” returns 133,000 entries:

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Here is a short video about Hadar, what happened to her, and how HuffPost completely ignored Hadar’s murder — while instead showering sympathetic coverage on “Pussy Riot”:


(8.2) February 2013: “My boyfriend demands sex and gets violent while asleep”

HuffPost published this story on its front page for two straight days, February 11-12, 2013.

HuffPost featured nothing, however, about the fact that on February 11, 2013, President Obama was awarding a U.S. soldier, Sgt. Clinton Romesha, the Congressional Medal of Honor for distinct heroism in a particularly brutal firefights against jihadis, in which eight of his comrades were killed.  Details here.


(8.3) November 2014: HuffPost evoked front-page sympathy for a WWF (fake) wrestler — but ignored an American infant who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist, one month earlier

On November 21, 2014, HuffPost published this original story at the top of its front page:

Former Wrestling Superstar Struggles As Double Amputee

HuffPost even asked its readers to consider donating to the wrestler’s medical account.


Yet HuffPost’s search engine proves it featured not a single news story about the fact that one month earlier, an American infant, Chaya Zissel Braun, had been murdered by a Palestinian terrorist.

Baby girl killed in Jerusalem is an American, US official says, by Ben Hartman and Michael Wilner, The Jerusalem Post, October 23, 2014. Excerpt:

Three-month-old Chaya Zissel Braun, the baby girl killed today in Jerusalem during a vehicular terrorist attack, was an American citizen, a US official confirmed to The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday night.

The girl was thrown from her stroller as a car swerved into the Ammunition Hill light rail station, injuring seven others. […]

The suspected perpetrator has alleged ties to Hamas, Israeli officials say.  “This is a natural response to the crimes of the occupation and invasion of our land by the Jews,” Hamas spokesman Hossam Badran said in response to the attack.

His grandaughter flew 10-20 meters in the air before landing headfirst on the pavement, Shimshon Halperin said Wednesday night.

The Wayback Machine (Internet Archive) proves that during October and November 2014, HuffPost never featured a single news story about Chaya’s murder — or Hamas justifying it — on its front page, or anywhere else on its site.
An April 30, 2017 search at HuffPost shows that the only item it published about Chaya’s murder was one editorial, buried somewhere else on the site, far beyond the view of the casual reader, and which did not even include her name in the headline.

(8.4) September 2015: HuffPost created a front-page splash headline to evoke sympathy for “the boy with 46DD breasts” — but completely ignored two incidents of violent attacks on Jews in New York

On September 23, 2015, HuffPost published this as its splash headline:

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the fact that two weeks later, on October 11, 2015:

Two Jewish students were attacked with a firebomb, in Manhattan, NY (details)

Projectiles were thrown from a mosque at an Orthodox Jewish woman and her infant child, in Brooklyn, NY (details)


(8.5) April 2017: HuffPost evoked sympathy on its front page for a woman who got her hand stuck in a toilet — but completely ignored a white couple in Virginia who were violently attacked without provocation, in front of witnesses, by a black woman who said she’s “sick of fancy white people”

On April 19, 2017, HuffPost featured on its front page the sympathetic story about a woman whose hand got stuck in a toilet:

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the fact that two weeks earlier, on April 4, 2017, a black woman in Virginia who violently attacked a white couple, in front of witnesses, because she said she’s “sick of fancy white people”:

Black woman ‘sick of fancy white people’ allegedly attacks couple, by Natalie Musumeci, NY Post, April 5, 2017, 5:46pm. Excerpt:

A black New Jersey woman who said she’s “sick of fancy white people” allegedly attacked a man with a hammer and smashed his Porsche and boat at a Virginia gas station was arrested Wednesday, according to authorities and reports.

Angela Jones, 26, of Newark is accused of beating the man from Massachusetts Tuesday as he fueled up his car at an Exxon gas station on I-95, the Essex County Sheriff’s Office said.

The victim, identified by WTVR.com only as Bob, had stopped at the station on his way home from Florida with his wife Katherine when he was allegedly approached by a screaming Jones.

“This lady was a couple pumps over and talking to me and yelling at somebody about having a message for her. I had no idea what she was talking about,”Bob told WTVR.com. […]

Jones – who faces charges of felonious assault, assault and battery, and two counts of intentional damage to property – was picked up by sheriff’s detectives early Wednesday at her Fairmount Avenue home.


(8.6) August 2014: HuffPost evoked sympathy on its front page for “a fat girl who wears revealing clothes” — but completely ignored a white Marine veteran who was beaten nearly to death by group of black men, because of his skin color

HuffPost put this news story on its front page for two days straight, from August 25, 2014 to August 26, 2014:

I’m A Fat Girl Who Wears Revealing Clothes. Deal With It.

Yet HuffPost never published a single word about a Marine combat veteran, Ralph Weems IV, who had been beaten nearly to death several days earlier by a mob of black males in Mississippi, because of his skin color.   HuffPost’s primary wire source, the AP, reported the story on August 24.  See the details here.


(8.7) September 2015: HuffPost gave three straight days of front page sympathy to a man who had a lonely bachelor party — but completely ignored a Palestinian terrorist attack on five American Jewish students

For three straight days — September 5, 6 and 7, 2015 — HuffPost featured this sympathetic story on its front page:

Guy Has World’s Loneliest Bachelor Party After Friends’ Flights Get Canceled

Yet HuffPost completely ignored the fact that two days earlier, on September 3, 2015, the AP (its primary wire service) reported that five American students were attacked by Palestinian terrorists with firebombs:

American students attacked with firebomb in West Bank, Associated Press (via Fox News), September 3, 2015. Excerpt:

Israeli authorities say five American students escaped serious harm after their car was firebombed in the volatile West Bank city of Hebron.

Officials said the ultra-Orthodox seminary students were on their way to pray at a holy site when they took a wrong turn and accidentally entered a Palestinian neighborhood. The car was pelted with stones and a firebomb and went up in flames.

Police said the students got out of the vehicle and were rescued by a Palestinian resident who alerted Israeli authorities to evacuate them. Two students were lightly wounded.

The Jerusalem Post Tweeted this picture of the remains of these students’ car:


HuffPost’s search engine proves it completley ignored this story

A May 8, 2017 search using the first sentence of the AP story, “Israeli authorities say five American students escaped serious harm after their car was firebombed in the volatile West Bank city of Hebron,” returned zero results:


(8.8) May 2017: HuffPost gave top publicity to help raise money for a “library of orgasm sounds” — but completely ignored a fundraiser for a six-year-old California boy who suffered severe brain injuries as a result of an auto accident that was caused by a drunk illegal alien who had been deported at least fifteen times since 2002

On May 20, 2016, HuffPost published this “news” story, with a solicitation for donations, near the top of its front page:

There’s A Library Of Orgasm Sounds, And It Needs Donations (NSFW)


May 2017: A GoFundMe campaign was initiated to help raise money to pay the medical expenses of six-year-old Lennox Lake, who was nearly killed in an auto accident that was caused by a drunk illegal alien who had been deported at least fifteen times since 2002

On May 9, 2017, news broke in California that a family returning from a Disneyland vacation had been in an auto accident that was caused by a repeatedly-deported illegal alien, and that their six-year-old son, Lennox Lake, had suffered severe injuries.

Lennox Lake, age 6, before he was nearly killed by a drunk illegal alien who’d been deported fifteen times

From the local NBC affiliate:

DUI Suspect Who Crashed Into Family Returning From Disneyland Was Deported 15 Times: ICE; Lennox and his parents were returning from a trip to Disneyland when the crash occurred, by R. Stickney and Ashley Matthews, NBCLosAngeles.com, May 9-10, 2017. Excerpt:

A man accused in a traffic collision that injured a boy Saturday has been deported at least 15 times in the last 15 years, according to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesperson.

Constantino Banda, 38, faces charges of driving under the influence, driving without a license and felony hit and run following the collision at Camino De La Plaza and Dairy Mart Road in San Diego’s San Ysidro district.

The victims in the traffic collision included 6-year-old Lennox Lake, who was listed Tuesday night in serious condition at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego.

Lennox and his parents were returning from a trip to Disneyland when the crash occurred. […]

Lennox was strapped into a car seat in the backseat. His mother found Lennox unconscious from the impact.  He added, “the first thing he (Lennox) asked was if mommy was okay.”Lennox suffered a long list of injuries, some including a fractured skull and bleeding from his nose and ears.

Lennox after the first round of surgeries to safe his life, left in a coma (WSVN image)

Lennox’s family set up a GoFundMe page to help raise money for his medical expenses:


HuffPost’s search engine proves it completely ignored this story, and fundraiser

A May 12 search using the string “Lennox Lake Disneyland” returned zero results:

Instead of publishing a single word about Lennox, what happened to him, who did it, and the fundraiser his family had initiated to help pay for his medical expenses, here is a sampling of the “news” stories that HuffPost published on its front page, in the three days after this story broke, May 10-12:

This “news” story appeared for the second day in a row on HuffPost’s front page on May 12, 2017, in its “Voices” section.

Serena Williams’ Magical Bridal Shower Celebrated The Queen She Is (two days in a row)

Why Twitter Isn’t Banning Trump

Leonardo DiCaprio Gets Mexican President To Commit To Saving Rare Porpoise

How Din Tai Fung Makes The World’s Most Loved Pork Soup Dumplings

Why I Praise Therapy To All My Friends — But Won’t Go Myself


Less than one month earlier: HuffPost’s new editor claimed it has “a new mission ― to tell the stories of people who have been left out of the conversation”

On April 25, 2017, newly-installed HuffPost editor Lydia Polgreen wrote an editorial that appeared at the top of HuffPost’s front page, the subhead of which claimed:

We’ve got a new name, look and mission ― to tell the stories of people who have been left out of the conversation.

Unfortunately, HuffPost has decided that neither Lennox nor his family or loved ones deserve to even be acknowledged, anywhere on its site.


UPDATE May 16, 2017: HuffPost continues to ignore Lennnox’s story, and the fundraiser for his medical expenses — but is giving sympathetic coverage on its front page to a “queer, polyamorous kink witch”

A May 16, 2017 repeat of the search string “Lennox Lake Disneyland” at HuffPost reveals it is still completely ignoring his story.

The same day, however, this is one of the sympathetic “news” stories that appeared on its front page:

Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Queer, Polyamorous Kink Witch


UPDATE May 23, 2017: HuffPost continues to completely ignore Lennox’s story and fundraiser.  Here, however, are some of the sympathetic stories that it decided to run on its front page, instead:

For the second day in a row, this story appeared on HuffPost’s front page on May 23, 2017.

The Desperate Gambit That Could Save A Tiny Porpoise From Extinction

This Woman Lived In A Cave Without Health Care While A Parasite Ate At Her Face

Katy Perry Finally Explains Taylor Swift Feud: ‘She Started It’

This Trendy Restaurant Lets Customers Pay What They Can Afford


 

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