What is #OpDeSanitize?

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By THOMAS REICH | AUG 12, 2018

So, you may have seen people tweeting the #OpDeSanitize hashtag lately. You may have also seen people using an #OpDeSanitize filter on their profile pics. I myself have hopped on the bandwagon.


So what exactly is #OpDeSanitize?

#OpDeSanitize is a hashtag that's meant to highlight the mainstream media's refusal to cover the atrocities happening in Yemen.

In case you don't know, our "ally", Saudi Arabia, is bombing innocent civilians with weapons that we are supplying to them. (But hey, at least Trump didn't bow, right?)

Just three days ago, the terrorist Saudis bombed a school bus, killing at least 43, most of whom were children.

The hashtag is particularly targeting MSNBC, the so-called "Network of the Resistance."

MSNBC did at least 455 segments on Stormy Daniels, but absolutely zero on Yemen.

Fifty-three percent of Rachel Maddow's coverage is on Russia - 0% is on Yemen.

The propaganda wing of the Democratic Party cares more about porn stars and red-baiting than genocide being perpetrated by one of our allies.

Pathetic.

If they refuse to cover human rights abuses, it's up to us to do so. This hashtag is meant to raise awareness of this very real issue so that independent media sites like Evil Liberals can report it to you, the American people.

Spread the word. #OpDeSanitize.

(You can get the filter here.)

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