The Liberal MSM’s War on Woman … CNN’s Candy Crowley Displays an Overamount of Sympathy for the Two Teen Steubenville Rapists, Trent Mays & Ma’lik Richmond
TALK ABOUT YOUR MEDIA. THE MSM CONTINUES TO BE JUST SHAMELESS …
Yesterday, Judge Thomas Lipps found two teen football players, Trent Mays & Ma’lik Richmond, guilty in the Steubenville rape case of a 16 year old girl. Just after the verdict, CNN’s Candy Crowley reported the story and actually had the audacity to take sympathy and express sadness for the two rapists. Unbelievable. As stated at Crooks and Liars, instead of Crowley wondering and questioning why the 16 and 17 year old football players were not tried as adults, she cared more to express concern for the two individuals who raped and intoxicated girl. What part about convicted sex offenders does not Candy Crowley not understand? She is worried about their lives are ruined. What about the rape victim?
Shortly after the guilty verdict in the Steubenville rape case was announced, Candy Crowley took to the airwaves to report it and connect with their reporter on the ground for more details. Her lead-in to the remote shot was shameful.
Crowley was filled with sadness for two young men who took advantage of a drunk and possibly drugged young girl because the judge actually held them accountable for what they did. Instead of wondering aloud why they weren’t tried as adults, she was instead very concerned that now they would have to register for the rest of their lives as sex offenders.
THE SHAMLESS ACTS OF THE MSM MORE CONCERNED ABOUT THE CONVICTED THAN THE VICTIMS
So much for victims rights at CNN. Of course the two convicted boys were crying in court after the judge read the verdict, they had both been caught, convicted and held accountable for their actions. Well kinda. One has to wonder how a 17 year old was not tried as an adult. The same can be true for the 16 year old as well. The two were hardly crying when they raped the intoxicated girl, took pictures of her and later laughed and bragged about it on social media.