HuffPo Gives MRC SADZ
hmmm - tarot cards. Check.
Sex. Check. Gays. Check. Winnie the Pooh? Check.
The Washington, DC-based Media Research Center monitored “Huff Post” over a 24-hour period simply to verify how liberal the publication was thought to be. The observation period began at 8:00 a.m. on May 1, the National Day of Prayer - a day MRC selected in hopes of giving the website the benefit of a doubt.
But MRC reports what it found “ranged from liberal propaganda, sex, attacks on Christians on the National Day of Prayer, more sex, sympathy for executed murderer/rapist Clayton Lockett, attacks on Republicans, still more sex and, of course, the gay agenda.”
“I was stunned at how they looked at faith on the National Day of Prayer,” says Dan Gainor, vice president of business and culture at MRC. “On a day when most ordinary news outlets are marking the day with prayer and some sort of traditional belief stories, you find a story [on Huffington Post] about different tarot card readers; and then you also would see somebody … comparing faith and belief in God to [his personal] belief in Winnie the Pooh.”
9:04 a.m. 93% Of Straight Men In This Study Admitted to Doing This In Bed Together
HuffPo doesn’t just push the gay agenda. It helps manufacture it. In the Gay Voices section, the article made it sound like nearly all straight men have been doing more in bed with other men than is actually the case. The headline, with an accompanying photo of James Franco cuddling with another man, made the British studies’ findings sound more gay than they were.
Emily Thomas began the article by saying, “Yes, straight men sleep together.” She went on to detail a British study that found 98 percent of the participants “have shared a bed with another guy.” While, 93 percent said they had “spooned or cuddled” with another man.
However, the bromance study only looked at 40 young male athletes, in contrast the headline which made it sound like the majority of all straight guys are getting their cuddle on with other dudes. Perhaps only at HuffPo.
Cuddling? Check. Check. Check.