Glad to see that Steve Kelley is calling out Mohammed bin Salman for his perverse refusal to acknowledge his complicity in the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a legal permanent U.S. resident and American journalist.
Khashoggi was murdered for exercising his free speech rights and freedom of the press.
You know, the ones Donald Trump calls the “enemies of the people,” echoing Hitler’s “Lügenpresse” (“lying press”).
But it would have been nicer if, for once in his life, Kelley had the decency and integrity to point out that TRUMP DEFENDS MBS, along with Putin (no mention of that smiling high-five with bloody hands between Putin and MBS, Trump’s two co-owners celebrating their joint venture) also wages war against the press.
Trump repeatedly rails against the press as the “enemy of the people.”
Trump DOCTORED a video to make a journalist look bad.
Trump praised a candidate who had been convicted of body slamming a reporter
Trump defends DICTATORS who MURDER journalists (Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong Un and Mohammed bin Salman), says he believes them over his own intelligence agencies and joins them in waging war against journalists.
The others kill journalists.
Trump “merely” bans them, but he dreams of the day when he, too, can follow in their bloody ways.