Reuters has been slammed online for a bizarrely framed headline about transgender mass shootings at a Christian school
Reuters was angered by many online after it published a bizarrely framed headline about the horrific massacre of a Nashville Christian school by a transgender person.
The headline emphasized that the killer was a student at the school and made no mention of the killer’s transgender identity.
“Former Christian Student Kills 3 Children, 3 Staffers in Nashville Shooting” read the Reuters headline on Twitter.
Critics pounced on the headline as an example of mainstream media editorials that appeared to target only conservatives.
“Journalists of America: Tweets like this from @reuters are why so many people don’t trust you, don’t respect you and actively hate you. If you can’t understand why from this tweet, you’re part of the problem,” answered Radio talk show host Erick Erickson.
“That headline. Six people, including three children under the age of 10, are dead and Reuters decides this will make the shooter look like a Christian instead of the trans activist he was. Aren’t you ashamed?” read another popular tweet.
“This headline is absolute rubbish. And you know it. They attempt to manipulate a narrative to advance an agenda and bill themselves as a news organization. Hand in the keys to your building.” answered BlazeTV host Chad Prather.
“Journalism died years ago, and this article and its silly headline are the stench of its rotting corpse.” read another answer.
Police officers responded quickly to the Nashville shooting and were able to gun down the shooter at the school. Three students were killed, including a pastor’s daughter and three adult staff members.
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