JACK POSOBIEC: The media was quick to name Kyle Rittenhouse and Holden Armenta but now they’re protecting the KC Super Bowl parade shooters

On Monday's episode of Human Events Daily, Jack Posobiec analyzed the mainstream media's response to the Kansas City parade shooting. He pointed out that while they are not naming the shooters allegedly because they are "juveniles," they had no problem naming 9-year-old Kansas City Chiefs fan Holden Armenta who Deadspin falsely claimed wore blackface to a game. 

Posobiec said that "even right-wing media is terrified of talking about Kansas City. The media won't name the shooters" and that Americans are "living through an era of information warfare." 

He played a clip in which the mayor of Kansas City criticized the governor of Missouri for calling the shooters "thugs" and seemingly revealed that they were black. 

"The media will cover up, with their power of omission and story selection bias, the truth of our very world even if it's a shooting at the Superbowl," Posobiec said. "Because they don't want to admit that black gang violence on the streets of Kansas City spilled over and shot up a Super Bowl parade." 

The host has heard excuses that the media is not naming the shooters because they are "juveniles" under the age of 18. He pointed out, however, that "the Kansas City media in particular has made an issue of someone who's underage recently," Holden Armenta. 

"The entire media went after him. The entire media named Holden Armenta, the entire media made a huge issue out of this," he stated. "They named him they went after him and performed actual deformation per se." 

Nick Sandmann and Kyle Rittenhouse are other examples of juveniles the media went after. 

"But you can shoot up the Superbowl parade in a city in our country's heartland and the media won't talk about it," Posobiec said. 

Watch the full episode below. 

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