The Covington Catholic high school students are still being slandered by the mainstream media.
And you’ll never guess who went after them this time.
The students were just attacked by this popular TV show in the most despicable way.
NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is a popular crime TV show that often uses current events to appeal to its viewers.
This time, they decided to attack the Covington Catholic high school students.
The episode featured a group of high school students wearing red baseball caps yelling at a Muslim woman.
The scene makes it appear as if the Covington Catholic kids harassed a Muslim woman to portray them as racist.
But the episode fails to report what actually happened and leads the audience to believe they are simply racist Trump supporters.
NBC crime procedural Law & Order: Special Victims Unit featured a “ripped from the headlines” theme in its latest episode, which smeared the Covington Catholic kids by pitting them against an Ilhan Omar-styled character who is portrayed as a hero.
The plot centered on a poor, put-upon Islamic city politician being confronted by a red ballcap-wearing crowd of young men who scream at her and taunt her. But the episode also throws in a big dollop of male oppression and lesbianism for good measure, Newsbusters reported.
The Law & Order: SVU episode entitled, “Assumptions,” opens with a pair of teenaged boys running away from a vandalized mosque in which we soon see that Muslim Councilwoman Nahla Nasar (Nazneen Contractor) has been raped.
And minutes later we see a Jewish teen named Ari (Ted Sutherland) leading a group of teens who are clearly modeled after the left’s version of the Covington Catholic kids who were maligned by the media for “confronting” a Native American group in Washington D.C. early this year.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is known for its liberal bias.
The show often addresses issues such as homosexuality, transgender men in the military, and sexism.
They’ve even featured Joe Biden in an episode by giving him the opportunity to address sexual assault and rape kits.
The show has a clear leftist agenda that the viewers ought to know about.
But attacking the Covington Catholic high school students in this backhanded way, without telling the truth about what really happened, is a new low for the show.
What do you think?
Should popular TV shows like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit distort the news and promote the liberal agenda?
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