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Covering the corporate press is a maddening experience. You must constantly follow some of the most morally compromised and devious people in society. Case in point: USA Today employees.
On Tuesday, USA Today opted to defend pedophiles, the lowest form of humans we can find. USA Today wants you to know that you misunderstand pedophiles, that they are not that bad.
“When most of the public thinks of pedophilia, they assume it’s synonymous with child sexual abuse,” the outlet tweeted. “A pedophile is an adult who is sexually attracted to children.”
The tweet concludes:
“Not all pedophiles abuse kids, and some people who sexually abuse kids are not pedophiles.”
So that’s what journalists now focus on, defending the reputation of pedophiles. How brave.
USA Today has since deleted the tweet thread, but the point remains concerning. Why would an outlet cast sympathy on adults who are sexually attracted to children?
Thats ok pic.twitter.com/HuVsLxp44T
— Katharina (@8__star__8) January 11, 2022
What’s more, USA Today is not the only blue-chip liberal media outlet to have recently defended those who sexually abuse minors.
In December, The Atlantic warned Americans that they’ve paid too much attention to child sex trafficking. The Atlantic promises child sex trafficking is not a big deal but a singular issue. Take a look:
This is wild.
Liberal media outlet @TheAtlantic is trying to tell people to stop paying so much attention to child sex trafficking.
Think about that. https://t.co/x1ehFREt95
— Bobby Burack (@burackbobby_) December 11, 2021
It used to go without saying that the reaction to the sexual abuse of children should always be extreme — no matter the number of abused children. One sexually abused child is far too many.
These articles and tweets from USA Today and The Atlantic are shameful. There’s nothing more dishonorable than defending pedophilia and sexual abuse.
Unfortunately, liberal outlets never sit lonely for long. We can expect CNN, MSNBC, and the New York Times to soon tell us that white supremacy is a far greater threat to children than sex trafficking.
Most days, we recommend ignoring the corporate press. But on days like these, you should push back and take a stand. These outlets employ disgruntled creeps from the top down. There’s no other explanation at this point.