…the Los Angeles Times. Here’s how they titled their story about yesterday’s vote by Honduras’ Congress regarding Manuel Zelaya:
Honduran Congress upholds coup
The LAT seems determined to set in stone the fiction that Zelaya was removed in a coup d'état, rather than in a legal, constitutional action. If you didn’t catch the “coup” in the title, don’t worry – they use the word four more times in the accompanying article.
The vote was overwhelmingly against Zelaya’s reinstatement (111-14), but the LAT dismisses it by suggesting that this was a vote by the Honduran elite to rid itself of a meddlesome man of the people.
The MSM’s reporting on Honduras’ political situation should be a badge of shame, but you’ll never read that in their newspapers.