What? Are you joking? Let's see, how many results do I get if I hit ctrl-f and type the word "isis" in this article? Hmm... I would expect at least one. At least one. If you don't even mention the pledge to ISIS, which was known immediately, during the attacks, in fact -- how can you pretend to report on the event? The program is simple: you need at least one occurence of the word "isis," or it's equivalent, in order to write this article. You have none. You must be joking.
The author has shown zero interest in actually examining the media coverage he pretends to report on. He reports on Glen Greenwald's take on Charleston. One thing, dude -- if that kid had pledged allegiance to ISIS beforehand, he would also be considered a "potential terrorist."
On the real, though -- I know people have their blinders on when it comes to government research into mind control and the manipulation of patsies, but I'm not at all convinced things happened in Orlando as we've been told -- AGAIN. Witnesses speak of accomplices. And who in their right mind would hold the door closed from the outside, preventing escape? We have a professional actor claiming to be that guy. He must be a pretty strong actor.
The profile of this guy is ripe for manipulation -- highly unbalanced. Think about it. Gay Muslim with a Father who's got posts on YouTube pretending to be president of Pakistan or Afghanistan or wherever -- firing people from their posts and installing new ones and such -- and who thinks God just can't wait to punish homosexuals. The FBI's known to contact him twice. And, here's an interesting thing -- he --Omar Mir Seddique Mateen, known as Omar Mir Seddique before the name change (?!) -- ran out of the club too along with everybody else at the end. How did they know it was him? Did people just point him out? Was he still armed with the AR-15 -- you know the one, the one that isn't now and never was an AR-15?
There are a lot of questions about this event.