Mainstream media ignores Girl Scout’s statements about immigrants and rape

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PJ Media is reporting that the mainstream media is completely ignoring the comments made by a Girl Scout in the Czech Republic who doesn’t seem to be bothered by the thought of being raped by an immigrant.

After a conversation Lucie Myslikova had with a Neo-Nazi was translated by Paris Match, a French publication, it turns out she said, “Even if something happened to me, the physical wounds always end up healing.”  Her statement followed a comment made by a Neo-Nazi demonstrator she was speaking with who told her she would be physically violated by those she defends.

Screen Shot 2017-05-10 at 12.57.20 PMThis part of the young girl’s conversation did not make other media headlines. Instead, mainstream media highlighted the young woman’s brave brazen demeanor with demonstrators who are pushing back against mass immigration.  The AP, along with Forbes and other western publications, centered their stories on Myslikova’s passion for politics and non-judgemental views of the opposition.

According to PJ Media, the French publication that translated the conversation, said the two discussed the nation, borders and migration.  During that discussion, CNN reported the young woman made “some profound statements” but did not specify.

When you Google Myslikova you won’t find many headlines about her “rape tolerance” comment, but you will find her name next to “diversity, peace and understanding.”

 

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