by Scott Creighton (H/T Kevin)
Well, they did it again. The authorities have allowed a Univision news crew to rummage around in Omar Mateen’s home after it was searched by law enforcement and guess what they found? Incriminating evidence lying right there neatly on the kitchen counter for them to show their mainly Hispanic viewers.
Aside from interfering with a scene that is at the heart of an investigation, that’s called breaking and entering if the Feds didn’t open the door and allow them in. But you know that is what they did.
It’s unbelievable what passes as “news” in this country. “News” and the rule of law, for that matter.
If this was really Omar Mateen’s home, he wasn’t just gay, he was super gay.
I’ve been involved with the theater and the film industry and even the fashion industry my entire adult life (except for when I got sick) and I’ve had many gay friends over the years. Have been to their homes on occasion. And I’ll tell you something, this is the gayest apartment I’ve ever seen. It’s almost what a straight man would imagine for a gay man’s apartment if he were to be tasked with being the set decorator on a sitcom.
Either way, they shouldn’t let reporters rummage around in people’s homes, especially if their dead or suspected of heinous crimes. This isn’t Al Capone’s vault and this kind of yellow journalism is distasteful.