When I saw the link on the front page of the Worldnetdaily with the headline “Stung! Religious bigwig among 101 arrested in sex sting,” I knew instantly that the religious bigwig in question would be Muslim because they would only report on such a thing if it involved someone they considered an enemy. Sure enough.
More than 100 people, including the Orlando leader of the Council of American-Islamic Relations, were arrested in a two-county Florida sex-sting operation, many of whom for allegedly trying to have sex with children.
The investigation concluded last week, authorities announced Tuesday.
Many of those arrested had jobs working with children, including theme-park workers at Universal Orlando and SeaWorld, and a former Walt Disney World cast member who left the job before his arrest. SeaWorld said the men charged were no longer employed at the theme park…
Ahmad Saleem, a Muslim youth coordinator, was also one of the men arrested. Investigators said the men all went to a home in Clermont with the hopes of having sex with a child. The car Saleem traveled in had a license plate that said, “Invest in children,” according to investigators.
Saleem is also founder of the Saleem Academy, an organization “empowering Muslim youth globally” and also served as the Orlando coordinator for CAIR.
This came just days after a Jewish founder of a Tea Party group in Brooklyn was arrested after police found thousands of images and videos of child porn on his computers. I’m sure it will come as a shock when I tell you that the Worldnetdaily never even mentioned that happening. For that matter, it comes on the heels of the Josh Duggar story, which WND covered largely by giving voice to those defending him. Because it’s only worth covering if it involves their enemies, not their allies.