Monday, May 15, 2017

ABC News Matthew Dowd: Christian Persecution Is Not A Problem, but Persecution Of Muslims In America Is

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ABC News Matthew Dowd:  Christian Persecution Is Not A Problem, but Persecution Of Muslims In America Is


By de Andréa

Opinion Editorialist for

Posted May 15, 2017

This my friend, is what I am talking about when I call the Main Stream Media a bunch of hate America Communists and Muslim apologists.  Granted ABC and CNN are obviously the worst. 
Everyone knows by now that millions of Christians are being abused, tortured, and slaughtered at the hands of Muslims.  It’s an obvious and undeniable fact that this is happening worldwide. Yet the media still persist in denying reality, or they quite simply don’t care. They have a different agenda, the destruction of the free Western culture.
One such person is journalist Matthew Dowd of ABC News. In response to a tweet from Fox News Journalist Shannon Bream about an upcoming story of Christian persecution, he replied that the ‘persecution of Islam and Muslims in America’ was a much bigger issue:
Below are the tweets:

Shannon BreamVerified account @ShannonBream 9am @Franklin_Graham - join us to talk about the growing persecution of Christians around the globe @FoxNews @AmericaNewsroom

New conversation

Replying to @ShannonBream @toddstarnes and  - Maybe you can talk about the bigger problem which is persecution of Muslims in America and around the globe. Bigger issue.

Once again, ABC’s Matthew Dowd has proven that even Twitter can’t keep him from saying something so willfully ignorant, in so few words. Responding to FNC’s Shannon Bream’s tweet announcing that she was going to be talking to Franklin Graham about the increasing persecution of Christians across the world, Dowd bitterly brought up anti-Muslim “persecution” in the United States as the real issue we should be talking about. (Source verified twitter account above)

How interesting it is, that he would make a statement like this at a time when more than 90,000 Christians in the year 2016 alone were tortured and butchered for their faith (source). Whether it is ISIS, in the Middle East or Nigeria, Pakistan, Sudan, or even in Europe where there are tens of thousands of Christians and former Muslims who are risking their lives as they abandon Islam and turn to Christ even while being persecuted by fellow Muslims, (source) the persecution is out of control, and the statistics show that the 9 out of the top 10 nations where it is most difficult to be a Christian are a Muslim majority, and 75% of the world’s nations on the persecution watch list are Muslim. (source). Contrary to what he assumes, the USA cares about Christianity so little that for the first time it has been put on a watch list for anti-Christian activity. (source). Strictly by the facts, Christianity is the most persecuted religion on earth.  (source). Not Islam…
THE BOTTOM LINE: The Alphabet soup Media no matter how much the truth is presented to them, they will still deny the facts because it does not suit their particular preconceived opinions, pride or agenda to amend it.
Indeed, just as the wealthy man in Luke’s gospel cared nothing for a starving, dying poor man who had only the dogs to lick his wounds, then in our own times there well may be some who are concerned about hurting the feelings of Muslims while ignoring the audible screams of the Christians caused by the torture these same Muslims are inflicting upon them.
It takes a special kind of evil perversity to say this doesn’t matter.
Thanks for listening. Now go do the right thing, pray and fight for freedom. 
- de Andréa
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