D-Day Not Covered By Mainstream
D-Day Anniversary Not Covered By Mainstream Media
Not "Politically Correct" To Do So
Today is the 73rd anniversary of the D-Day invasion and, according to a Google search, no one in the mainstream media is reporting it. In the spirit of America hatred, the mainstream media seems to have completely forgotten about one of the largest scale invasions that the U.S. ever took part in, costing almost 2500 American lives.
Today is the anniversary of the D-Day. Allied forces planned and executed one of the largest invasions in history which played a major role in turning the tides against the Germans and ultimately lead to the defeat of Hitler.
It is difficult to say exactly why the mainstream media refuses to mention the anniversary. It is possible, that indoctrination against America in the public school systems over the past 40 is part of the cause. However in the “politically correct” climate of the mainstream media, it is likely that it is not fashionable for these media outlets to report anything that reminds the public of America’s real history.
According to the mainstream media, having pride in the United States is apparently against the current narrative. This was clearly demonstrated on MSNBC on June 2, when Joe Scarborough of “Morning Joe” marginalized the Trump voter base as being a very small portion of the people overall. Trump voters , or course, are known for their pride in America.
Scarborough was on a rant in opposition to Trump pulling out of the Paris Climate Treaty when he, without real evidence, made the claim that president advisor Steve Bannon was the person that actually made the decision to pull out. He was so upset that he began referring to Bannon as the president . But Scarborough didn’t start getting upset until he started describing the small sizeof Trump support base. After that he said “President Bannon” so many times that many speculate that he actually temporarily forgot who the president really is.
While the media doesn’t say directly that American Pride is bad, it attacks and stereotypes those who support people and policies that show American pride. Essentially anyone who supports the Republican Party, Trump Supporters, Ted Cruz supporters, The Heritage Foundation, and similar organizations, are “de-facto racists, homophobes and bigots”.
While the mainstream media does indeed make it clear to Americans that it is against American exceptionalism, reporting on the D-Day invasion, that lost so many lives, would be more of a humanitarian endeavor by recognizing those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. But it would seem that Media pride is more important than paying respects to those who gave their life.