The enemedia is still in an uproar over Fox's Lauren Green daring to question the motives their darling of the moment, Khomeinist Reza Aslan, a board member of a lobbying group for the bloodthirsty Jew-hating Iranian mullahs. They're not demanding that Green be beheaded (yet), but they are demanding an apology: the Washington Post actually ran a piece by Erik Wemple entitled, "Fox News must apologize to Reza Aslan."
Can you imagine? This foul-mouthed, immature subversive Aslan is fawned over on every show by everyone -- and one interviewer goes off the reservation, and the enemedia lines up the firing squad. Can you imagine what they would be doing if Reza faced one-hundredth of the negative, prosecutorial media coverage I get, and other foes of jihad get, on a routine basis? Reza would be in a towering rage, firing off f**k bombs on twitter left and right, and the Washington Post would have to run a special section devoted to nothing but demands for apologies to him.
Imagine if this same brown-nosing treatment were accorded to friends of freedom, and not just to its enemies. Imagine the WaPo running a piece entitled, "60 Minutes must apologize to Pamela Geller," for Scott Pelley asking me if I even thought I had an obligation to tell the truth, or "CNN must apologize to Pamela Geller," for Suzanne Malveaux's fawning over a deceitful imam who lied about the violent passages in the Qur'an, and never giving me a chance to reply, or for Erin Burnett abruptly cutting off my remarks in another interview when I started telling the truth about Hamas-CAIR. Where is WaPo's story "Russell Brand must apologize to Pamela Geller" for his planting a "protester" in his studio audience for the sole purpose of smearing me?
Such stories would be absurd. I would never expect them. But they show up the obsequious absurdity of Wemple's WaPo piece about Reza. Leftists and Islamic supremacists are so used to being treated with kid gloves in interviews. They have no idea what it is like to face an adversarial media -- and when any of their heroes even get close to it, they start calling for the head of the interviewer who dared to treat him as if he were anything less than royalty.
The media truly is the enemy. They are the ones who have no interest in telling the truth. Their making a hero out of a potty-mouthed creep like Reza Aslan, who lies about his foes and runs from any actual discussion or debate with them, is just the latest evidence of that.