As many times as we’ve been on the weird side of YouTube, I don’t know how many people were unfortunate enough to see Nasim Aghdam’s strange videos before they all got taken down. Why everything she ever did on the internet was deleted I’m also unsure, but it might have to do with the fact that nobody in the mainstream media wants to admit that she’s a radical Islamic terrorist. 

An example of this is the following tweet. @FrexB posted a side by side comparison photo of two different news outlets covering the YouTube shooting. One source, (ABC) told readers her name, that she was a user of the video-sharing platform, and posted a picture of what she looked like. The other source, (Mashable) described the shooter as “the suspect who slammed YouTube for discriminating against her.” They photoshopped her picture, giving her a much lighter skin tone and changed her eyes from dark brown to green. They wanted readers to think she was white. 

“Hey, Mashable/ Johnny Lieu, why did you lighten Nasim Aghdam’s skin and turn her eyes gree? I’m sure you’re not trying to gaslight your audience into believing she’s white.”     

But that’s exactly what they did. By making her appear white, it makes it easier for liberals to open up discussions about whites being evil and a growing need for gun control. By letting people know she’s Muslim, all of those decisions go away, because to them, Muslim’s are the greatest thing that’s ever happened to this country. 

Johnny Lieu of Mashable tried to explain himself stating that he got the picture from her Instagram account, but nobody bought a word of it. 

“So there’s no proof that this is off of her Instagram? …and you’re the original source for this image, wew lad.”

“Even if this is true WHY instead of choosing any 1 of the plethora of images that represented what she actually looked like did you use the one where her eye and skin color was changed to inform your readers who the YT shooter was? Anti-white agenda much?”

In fact, people even started to disprove that Lieu got the picture off of her Instagram, noting that zero editing had been done on her part. This was all the work the Mashable, trying to make everybody think she’s white because it’s politically incorrect to say that radical Islam is a problem.

Mashable gave no further comment regarding the issue, but it does appear that they’ve taken the photoshopped picture out of their article. If they weren’t wrong, why did they feel the need to get rid of it? I’ll give you a hint, it’s because they were wrong, and they’re too triggered to admit it.