Back in 2013 when abortionist Kermit Gosnell was on trial for abortions that involved killing just0born infants by snipping their necks, a shocking photo of empty benches at the trial exemplified the lack of media coverage and attention to the case. The media bias was so overwhelming that one Washington Post reporter refused to cover the Gosnell trial, calling it a “local crime story.”
At the time, one reporter, Pennsylvania’s Bucks County Courier Times reporter J.D. Mullane, was so surprised of the lack of media coverage for the first trial of an abortionist that he took a now-famous photo of the empty benches reserved for the media.
PHOTO: Seats for media in Courtroom 304 at the Kermit Gosnell abortion “house of horrors” trial in Phila on Thurs. pic.twitter.com/fiOUB1oNdB
— jd mullane ☮️ (@jdmullane) April 12, 2013
As they said a picture says a thousand words but, as Mullane tells it now, there are a few more. Apparently CNN wanted to lie about the photo on air and deceive the American public into thinking it was false. That is until Mullane put the news network in its place.
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Fun fact: After this pic of empty media seats at the Gosnell abortion/murder trail in Philly went viral, CNN called me and said the network was going to report it was a fake pic. I asked: ”Did your reporter at the trial tell you that?” https://t.co/MdGqAHw53f
— jd mullane ☮️ (@jdmullane) August 16, 2018
Thankfully the new Gosnell movie will remind Americans that the pro-abortion media can’t be trusted.