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Media Covers up Terror Training Camp in New Mexico

In most cases, stories about school shootings receive round-the-clock media coverage, largely in an attempt to sway public opinion on the gun control debate. However, now that a New Mexico man named Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was brought in for questioning about the disappearance his son and it was discovered that he was training eleven other children to become school shooters, the story has received almost radio silence from the mainstream media.

Why is it that the mainstream media is so hesitant to cover this story? The answer is that Siraj Ibn Wahhaj is a Muslim extremist. Siraj Ibn Wahhaj’s father was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and copies of the Quran were found scattered amongst the squaller of Siraj Ibn Wahhaj’s terror training compound.

Of course, this type of story does not fit the leftist narrative that says we should welcome in Islamic immigrants without question, and that right-wing “gun-nuts” are the real threat to our country’s security. Since Siraj Ibn Wahhaj and his terror compound paint Muslim immigrants in a dangerous light, this terrifying story has largely been ignored, showcasing yet again how the media is willing to pick and choose what stories that they cover in order to push their leftist agenda.

To learn more about the terror training camp that was discovered in New Mexico and the media’s attempts to cover it up, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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