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NBC News is quickly becoming the less covert liberal cousin of the leftist MSNBC. More and more they put their liberal bias on display.
For example, in this report by Matt Taibbi, an illegal immigrant woman is depicted as a mild mannered housewife.
Meanwhile, a poster of a murdering Communist sits prominently in the background:
For those who are not familiar with Che Guevara, check this out:
A Cuban prosecutor of the time who quickly defected in horror and disgust named Jose Vilasuso estimates that Che signed 400 death warrants the first few months of his command in La Cabana. A Basque priest named Iaki de Aspiazu, who was often on hand to perform confessions and last rites, says Che personally ordered 700 executions by firing squad during the period. Cuban journalist Luis Ortega, who knew Che as early as 1954, writes in his book Yo Soy El Che! that Guevara sent 1,897 men to the firing squad.
In his book Che Guevara: A Biography, Daniel James writes that Che himself admitted to ordering “several thousand” executions during the first year of the Castro regime. Felix Rodriguez, the Cuban-American CIA operative who helped track him down in Bolivia and was the last person to question him, says that Che during his final talk, admitted to “a couple thousand” executions. But he shrugged them off as all being of “imperialist spies and CIA agents.
Why did Che kill so many?
Power. Simple power.
Guevara had witnessed the overthrow of Jacobo Arbenz, and felt that Arbenz would still be in power if he had only killed more people. He did not want the same result in Cuba, so executions were the rule.
Che would often execute people without so much as a trial.
No mention in the news about the fact these people worship a Communist executioner. No wonder the American people despise the media.
Hat Tip: Breitbart
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