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    Origami Lies! New York Times Defends Pedophilia and Comet Pizza

    Take a look at this image and you will see a pattern of defense of pedophilia by the New York Times.  I'm sure if I took the time to dig more, there would be more than this:

    They try to take the innocence of children and grind it under their Marxist reporting wheels until up is down and down is up.  Sorry, New York Times, call it what you want in your leftist terminology but what it is, is child rape and molestation of little ones who are not old enough to decide whether or not they want to have sex with a full grown pervert. 

    Being first doesn't always mean being the best or the brightest as in the case of the second article, again, from the New York Times Marxist rag.  They have such pity for a hole in the wall Pizzaria in D.C. that they actually ran a piece on it.  What makes this Pizzaria so special?  Could it be the connections high up in politics and the fact that the boyfriend of the owner is involved in Soros funded propaganda like Media Matters who also funds The Clinton Foundation?  What a f**king joke, that name.  You can't fool everyone all the time, New York Times, you are burying yourself with your own arrogance and the way you talk down to your readership with tripe like this. 

    And, the third article in that image.  Makes me shake my head.  What the hell could possibly be "misconstrued" when you're talking about adults having sex with children?  They want to take everything good and beautiful in this world and turn it into something horrible and to be used to fit their own perversions. 

    Maybe someone had better start investigating what's really going on with this so-called newspaper that is spewing this kind of filth and trying to convince their readership that molesting children is ok and that looking into the possibility of it happening is not ok.

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