|American journalist Steven Sotloff (center) was beheaded by an extremist group.|
The agitators of the American junk food media are going to coverage of the second beheading of an American journalist. The agitators have went to their respectable corners to point fingers at not only the man who beheaded Steven Sotloff but President Barack Obama for not doing enough to combat the Islamic State, an extremist group with ties to Iraq and Syria.
Of course, I want you to understand that we here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to the family of Steven Sotloff. First and foremost, the American journalists who cover the impacts of war and crisis knew the risks. It's a dangerous job to cover war from the front lines.
The American media doesn't show everything that happens in a war, Sotloff and James Foley done the best they can to inform the public of things outside the beltway and outside the "good v. evil" narrative.
Steven Sotloff and James Foley gave their lives to cover the news. They also knew the risk of being captured by the extremists.
I don't understand why Americans are so disgusted with this. There's more violence towards our own in the United States than overseas. The American military have caused so many causalities towards innocent men, women and children overseas, so I don't understand for one American, thousands died.
The agitators can't stop bitching. With the president and Congress on vacation, the world continues to move.
On GOP Sundays, Senators Diane Feinstein (D-CA), John McCain (R-AZ), Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Representatives Mike Rogers (R-MI) and the arm chair quarterbacks have denounced ISIS and demand Obama to take action.
The United States and United Kingdom does not negotiate with terrorist groups.
Sotloff was kidnapped in March 2013. The video was distributed through S.I.T.E. on August 28.