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Once upon a time there was a gay couple that adopted sons and the media absolutely loved them in factr the Zulocks were as Town Hall points out were

darlings of the LGBTQ media. They were part of an anti-gay hate campaign promoting “#NOH8,” and Out magazine, which holds the nation’s highest circulation among LGBTQ monthly publications, has repeatedly asked them if its website’s Pride page can feature their photos taken at the Atlanta Pride Parade.

It turns out they were apparently something else using their adopted sons as sexual playthings:

According to a copy of the 17-count indictment Townhall has obtained, the adoptive dads allegedly performed oral sex on both boys, forced the children to perform oral sex on them, and anally raped their sons. In at least one instance, the anal rape injured the older Zulock child, who just turned 11-years-old in mid-December. Court records indicate that the child sexual abuse stretches back to as early as late 2019 and intensified in January 2021, March 2021, and December 2021, as the offense dates are listed.

You would think it doesn’t get any worse than that. You’d be wrong:

An updated criminal affidavit says the child sexual abuse was filmed by William’s husband Zachary, “with whom he routinely engaged in sexually abusive acts” on the boy. Zachary, the household’s breadwinner, confessed to being the cameraman, and authorities allegedly found a folder on his cell phone—labeled “US”—that contained videos of William sexually abusing the child.

very wrong:

The indictment also charges the Zulock co-defendants with soliciting two other men, through the use of popular social media platforms, in the Greater Atlanta metropolitan region to “perform an act of prostitution” with their child that suffered physical injuries from being brutally raped. Townhall is the first to publicly identify these two alleged members of a pedophile ring in the heart of the Peach State: 27-year-old Hunter Clay Lawless and 25-year-old Luis Armando Vizcarro-Sanchez, both of Loganville.

Now you might think that a pair of gay men using their adopted sons as sexual playthings, making gay porn with them and pimping them out to others just might be newsworthy but also that would violate DaTechGuy’s 3rd law of Media Outrage which declares:

The MSM’s elevation and continued classification of any story as Nationally Newsworthy rather than only of local interest is in direct correlation to said story’s current ability to affirm any current Democrat/Liberal/Media meme/talking point, particularly on the subject of race or sexuality.

At least it would be but it seems that this is not considered all that newsworthy on the local level. If you do a search of the Atlanta Journal Constitution for the name “Zulock” you will find it comes back with no results. (As a control I did a search for “Trump” on the same page and my cup overflowith.)

If fact if you do a duck duck go search for Zulock under “news” the only result under “News” for the name “Zulock” in Duck Duck go is a story in the Walton Tribune saying they are due back in court.

Of course that’s Duck Duck Go. What about Google, the biggest search engine in the world? Well do a google search of “jacoby zulock” one of the suspects in the case and you will get a whopping 12 results, only half of them in English. The top result being the Walton Tribune story, three of them being Town Hall posts on the subject one being a short WGAU radio post from Aug 8th and the other a daily beast post from the same day linking to a WSBTV story from the same day

Now you might think a ring producing and distributing child porn and pimping out kids with enough cameras in a house to make Jeffrey Epstein proud might be a story that would gather eyeballs, but when the narrative is all, the last thing the media wants is this story to be in front of any people at all.

#unexpectedly of course

Update: Can’t believe I missed the link to the base townhall piece, Now at the top. Oh and part 2 of the four part series from Townhall is now out, and as as the Talking Heads would put it, the coverage or lack thereof is same as it ever was

It is very hard to predict anything particularly the future and it’s even harder to predict the results of an election when you know the other side is going to be counting the ballots in key precincts without being watched but there is one prediction I can make with complete certainly.

I guarantee you that after the new GOP majority congress comes in. Whether that majority is large or small the MSM and the cable networks will suddenly decide that the opinions of the minority leaders of the house and senate will be will not only newsworthy and relevant but worth plenty of screen time and air time for their viewers, listeners and readers and said opinions will be advanced with the greatest possible reverence and spin.

Of course if the left manages to hold the senate then only the House’s minority leader will be relevant enough to air.

Question: What is the one thing in common about the constant stream of bad economic news produced during the Biden Administration and the constant stream of good economic news produced during the Trump Administration?

#unexpectedlytm of course,

Our friends on the left, in between pretending Joe Biden’s presidency is a success and the economy is fine (which in fairness for the connected class that lives on graft or the very rich who have more money than they can spend it is) they keep informing us that the US will be a better place if you just put them in charge.

Well it’s now working out to good in Seattle if you are the victim of a sexual crime

Seattle police’s sexual assault and child abuse unit staff has been so depleted that it stopped assigning to detectives this year new cases with adult victims, according to an internal memo sent to interim police Chief Adrian Diaz in April.

The unit’s sergeant put her staffing crisis in stark terms. 

“The community expects our agency to respond to reports of sexual violence,” Sgt. Pamela St. John wrote, “and at current staffing levels that objective is unattainable.”

What’s rather amazing is the Seattle Times point to this as a failure of the new mayor who is against the “Defund the police” business that has been pushed. Apparently electing one official who is for them hasn’t convinced potential recruits that the city has their back, meanwhile at the police stations…

The understaffing in the sexual assault unit has drained the morale of its employees, most of whom are overworked and burned out, according to a detective in the unit who requested anonymity because SPD policy prohibited them from speaking with the media. While detectives struggle to make a dent in large child abuse and sexual assault caseloads, the department has also drafted them to work security and traffic control at sporting events. 

So in this case women and children are in fact the hardest hit.

Meanwhile in California they have decided to take a firm stance against school shootings…by firmly deciding that teachers should not have to report potential shooters to authorities:

The California State Senate voted Thursday to end a requirement that students who threaten violence against school officials be reported.

Before the California law was passed, existing law stated that whenever a school official is “attacked, assaulted, or physically threatened by any pupil,” staff was “required to promptly report the incident to specified law enforcement authorities.” The new bill repealed this requirement.

California passed the law just two days after an 18-year-old gunman opened fire on an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, killing two adults and 19 children.

Mind you this isn’t one city that has gone off the rails. This is the representatives of the entire state deciding this is a good idea.

I think it’s safe to say that children will be hardest hit by this one as well.

So remember the left tells you how their policies make everything better, just think who it’s making everything better for.

Unexpectedly of course

Closing thought, remember in both of these cases these cities and states did this to themselves.