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Mainstream media ignores latest X-Files episode that calls Muslims terrorists…

I know a lot of liberals out there are huge “X-Files” fans and I’m sure many of them are gonna stop watching & boycott the show after last Monday’s episode where the episode wasn’t afraid to call Muslims, “Radical Islam”. I finally got around to watching the episode last night on my DVR and to be honest, I was kind of shocked that Chris Carter would make an episode like this even though it was a great episode. I’m pretty sure the episode offended many liberals.

‘The X-Files’ draws backlash with Islamic terrorism plot

The mainstream media has been all over the new “X-Files” reboot for a while now… reviewing every episode and all that stuff but so far you don’t hear anything from them after this episode.

So the X-Files creator, Chris Carter decided to have some balls to tell the truth about Islam? You don’t see anybody talking about it in social networking either. I’m sure a lot of liberals are calling Chris Carter an Islamophobic person.

I find it pretty unfair that when people call Muslims terrorists, they get called, “Islamophobic” and racist. People should have every right to fear Islam after 9/11 and Benghazi. Kudos to Mr. Carter, that was a ballsy episode! I got a good laugh at the part where Mulder went to this Cowboy club and danced to “Achy Break Heart”, that was funny.

Kev

X-Files to officially return to TV with a six episode series, yes David and Gillian are returning…

This is pretty thrilling news as I’m a huge X-Files fan. Loved the show and I even loved the two big screen X-Files movies. Chris Carter is bringing back “X-Files” to FOX with a six episode series. Yes, David and Gillian are reprising their roles as Fox and Scully.

This is all the details they are giving us at this time. It is not yet known whether or not this is going to be a continuation of the original series or will it be a reboot? I would like to know myself.

It’s also looking like that the two big screen films that they made are being completely ignored so they are acting like the big screen movies never existed? Remember, they made two big screen films, “The X-Files” released in 1998 and “X-Files: I Want to Believe” released in 2008. Maybe this is the reason they have decided to go back to TV instead of the big screen ’cause “X-Files: I Want to Believe” was a box office failure.

Anyway, it’s awesome that David and Gillian still want to return to X-files so I’m looking forward to seeing this show.

http://www.fox.com/the-x-files/thexfiles

Kev