Has storytelling become pre-programmed to present a specific perspective?
A terrible thing happened in Oklahoma on Saturday.
And a curious thing happened in Traverse City Michigan the next day. The local paper, often cited for its liberal leanings presented a distorted view of the tragedy that occurred October 24, 2015. The story was pre-programmed accurately for the newspaper outlet, but somewhere in the editorial process, a bit of Freudian process has emerged perhaps?
One should think that the picture above from the hometown paper is a curious thing to see in the hyperactive anti-gun atmosphere of mass media. Of course, a retraction has already been issued by the Traverse City Record Eagle.
H/T Andy Marek
If one hasn't figured out that all corporate media narrative is shitlib programming by now, then I reckon this would come as a shock to some folks radar.
It's one of those great stories that their ass hat executive editor must of proof read.
They keep getting away with it with the Santa Barbara "shooting," don't they?