Casting off all pretense of being an objective news organization, and apparently avid to establish its dhimmitude and readiness to accommodate the jihad agenda in the U.S., NBC has sent Muslims to a NASCAR race, hoping to catch incidents of anti-Muslim bias. (Remember, American Muslim advocacy groups use alleged bias incidents to campaign against law enforcement initiatives against the mujahedin.) NASCAR is not taking this lying down — and neither is Michelle Malkin, who has some superbly informative material on the case.
“NASCAR: Dateline NBC’s Plan ‘Outrageous,'” from AP:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – NASCAR said it was “outrageous” that “Dateline NBC” targeted one of its race tracks last weekend for a possible segment on anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States.
NASCAR said NBC confirmed it was sending Muslim-looking men to a race, along with a camera crew to film fans’ reactions. The NBC crew was “apparently on site in Martinsville, Va., walked around and no one bothered them,” NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Poston said Wednesday.
“It is outrageous that a news organization of NBC’s stature would stoop to the level of going out to create news instead of reporting news,” Poston said.
“Any legitimate journalist in America should be embarrassed by this stunt. The obvious intent by NBC was to evoke reaction, and we are confident our fans won’t take the bait,” he said….
NBC says they did it because of the poll showing that more Americans think Islam is violent now than they did a few years ago.
“‘Dateline’ is looking into this story,” NBC said in a statement. “We were intrigued by the results of a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll and other articles regarding increasing anti-Muslim sentiments in the United States.
No word on whether NBC plans to interview any Muslims about whether the actions of the global mujahedin have anything to do with that increase.