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Antifa Collusion at CNN: Network Changed Headline On Story About Antifa Because They Didn’t Like Being Called Violent

From Townhall

CNN, you almost did a great thing. In fact, the article you published about the violent Antifa movement was not bad. You showed how they view police as the enemy; how the group’s far left views on pretty much everything is way outside the mainstream, and how they’re lawless. Even those who are studying extremist groups in the country note that the violent course Antifa takes will ultimately kill the movement.

Yet, it seems the news network caved to Antifa’s complaining over their original headline: “Unmasking the leftist Antifa movement: Activists seek peace through violence” to “unmasking the leftist Antifa movement.” The editor’s note reads, “This story has been updated to clarify that counterprotesters say they are not to blame for violence at the Charlottesville protest. The story’s headline has also been updated.”

 

Antifa is a Soros-backedviolent domestic terrorist group that attacked peaceful rightwing protesters in Berkeley and Charlottesville.  CNN loves them.

CNN is on par with the rabid leftwingnuts at MSNBC. Both are in competition to see which of them can be the most vulgar, depraved, disgusting,

One of CNN’s hosts spoke at a antifa rally in San Francisco and incited them to more violence.  Another one posted racist, sexist, anti-gay comments on Twitter.

CNN sponsored an assassination play, “Julius Caesar”, at “Shakespeare in the Park”, with the main character bearing a strong resemblance to Donald Trump.

A CNN reporter was caught staging a “peace demonstration” in London.

A CNN camera operator posed as an anti-Trump protester.

CNN served as a propaganda wing for Hillary Clinton.

CNN encourages anti-Trump violence.

 

The network is a cesspool of radical, racist, hate-spewing, anti-America Proglodytes.

The hacks in the leftwing media may adore these antifa shitbags, but the rest of America hasn’t developed a taste for lazy, unwashed derelicts whose idea of ‘activism’ is committing acts of domestic terrorism and screaming incoherent obscenities at the “establishment”.

 

 

Related posts:

 

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2017/07/05/thin-skinned-cnn-bullies-cant-take-their-own-medicine/

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2017/06/26/cnn-forced-to-retract-fake-news-story-linking-trump-ally-scaramucci-to-russian-fund/

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/cnn-correspondents-creepy-man-crush-on-obama/

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Black Radical Racist CNN Host Incites Leftards at Berkeley

CNN not only produces fake news, pro-antifa, anti-American tripe, and rabid anti-Trump hate, but they have hosts that actively participate in revving up leftwing violence.

 

From PJ Media

A CNN host spoke to a cheering Antifa crowd at the violent “No Hate in the Bay” rally in Berkeley, California, over the weekend, and now CNN is dodging questions about it.

W. Kamau Bell, who fronts a show on CNN called the “United Shades of America,” grabbed a bullhorn at the rally and bellowed that “when the Nazis leave, as they have left…you have to stand up for the brown people, the black people, the LGBT people, the immigrants–everybody everyday!” The mob roared in approval.

……Violent Antifa protesters chased, harassed, spat on, and viciously assaulted the few conservatives who were in attendance at the rally on Sunday. They attacked journalists as well.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson took CNN to task on his show Thursday night, pointing out that Bell offered encouragement to the black-clad Antifa mob that attacked innocent people for no other reason than that they “might have voted for Donald Trump.”

He “calls himself a political provocateur but that doesn’t quite capture it,” Carlson said. “In fact, he is a supporter of Antifa.”

Tucker recounted how the Antifa mob attacked “Patriot Prayer” founder Joey Gibson, a political moderate: “They knocked him off his feet, pepper-sprayed him, smashed him in the head with a pole,” he said.

“Last night we talked to man called Keith Campbell. He’s not a Nazi, either. He just happened to be standing at the event with a camera. Antifa thugs knocked him to the ground and began pummeling him. They might have killed him if a conscientious liberal hadn’t shielded Campbell with his body.”

Carlson argued that the reason the two men were attacked was because “they believe in American ideas like free speech and free association.” He said antifa doesn’t believe in those things and that’s why they attacked. “They hate this country. They want to tear it down. They are totalitarian in their beliefs and in their aims,” Carlson declared.

None of that mattered to Bell, Carlson said. “He’s happy to stand up on stage and call his opponents Nazis. That’s not a label you use on people you want to debate. It’s a label you use to incite rage.”

Carlson pointed out that his program would be cancelled immediately if he spoke at a right-wing version of Bell’s rally — “where right-wingers in masks tried to kill people they disagreed with — Hillary voters maybe, and then afterward we  issued a statement saying we were just working on behalf of whites, Christians, gun owners, taxpayers, maybe even some black people — especially those who voted Republican. How would that go over?  This show would be canceled quickly and it would deserve to be canceled.”

“If you’re not willing to say you want a world safe for all Americans equally, you are peddling hate, and Bell is,” Carlson said, pointing to Bell’s written statement after the rally which lauded the causes of “black” and “brown” people in his words.

Carlson said he contacted contacted CNN to see if they had a response to “one of their anchors stoking violent extremism as a side gig,” and had gotten no response so far.

He also invited Bell to appear on Tucker Carlson Tonight “to see if he’d be willing to defend what he did. He wasn’t.”

 

 

Bay Area News Anchor Gets Nasty Dose of Reality When He Reported at the Scene of Antifa Berkeley Riot

Via Sourcenews. 

A Bay Area reporter experienced the frenzied rage of the left firsthand Sunday when he traveled to Berkeley to report live from the scene of what was said to have been a “No to Marxism in America” rally organized by the conservative group Patriot Prayer.

That rally wound up being overrun by roughly 2,000 leftist agitators who showed up for their own so-called “Rally Against Hate,” according to The Washington Post.

But when KTVU reporter Frank Somerville stepped into their midst to learn more about them and their purpose for marching against the original rallygoers, he quickly discovered that their rhetoric about being “against hate” was all a sham.

“I experienced hate first hand today,” he explained hours later in a status update to Facebook. “It came from these people dressed in all black at a protest in Berkeley. Ironically they were all chanting about NO hate. Some had shields and gloves. Some had helmets. Some had gas masks.”

Sound familiar? It should. His description of the thugs fit perfectly with what we know about the militant so-called “anti-fascists” who comprise the left-wing terror group Antifa.

Continuing his post, he chronicled how the Antifa thugs repeatedly dismissed his attempts to speak with them peacefully, instead choosing to pepper him with insults and threats.

“I walked away stunned,” he wrote. “I grew up in Berkeley. I marched in anti-war protests during the sixties. Its one thing to read about HATE. It’s another thing to be right next to it….

Nothing like a swift kick in the ass from reality to make you ‘woke’, eh Somerville?

Apparently, some leftwing politicians are getting nervous about all the violence:

San Francisco — Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released the following statement denouncing the violent protests carried out this weekend in Berkeley, California:

“Our democracy has no room for inciting violence or endangering the public, no matter the ideology of those who commit such acts.  The violent actions of people calling themselves antifa in Berkeley this weekend deserve unequivocal condemnation, and the perpetrators should be arrested and prosecuted.”

 

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https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2017/08/28/pigs-fly-the-wapo-actually-printed-a-truthful-headline-about-antifa-thugs/

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-28/bay-area-tv-anchor-unveils-truth-i-experienced-hate-first-hand-today-people-dressed-

Obscene Allegations About Trump by Louise Mensch Came From Hoaxer

Rabid leftwingnuts are so desperate for dirt on Donald Trump that they believe anything.

From The Guardian

Explosive allegations about Donald Trump made by online writers with large followings among Trump critics were based on bogus information from a hoaxer who falsely claimed to work in law enforcement.

Claude Taylor tweeted fake details of criminal inquiries into Trump that were invented by a source whose claim to work for the New York attorney general was not checked, according to emails seen by the Guardian. The allegations were endorsed as authentic and retweeted by his co-writer Louise Mensch.

The source’s false tips included an allegation, which has been aggressively circulated by Mensch and Taylor, that Trump’s inactive fashion model agency is under investigation by New York authorities for possible sex trafficking.

The hoaxer, who fed the information to Taylor by email, said she acted out of frustration over the “dissemination of fake news” by Taylor and Mensch. Their false stories about Trump have included a claim that he was already being replaced as president by Senator Orrin Hatch in a process kept secret from the American public.

“Taylor asked no questions to verify my identity, did no vetting whatsoever, sought no confirmation from a second source – but instead asked leading questions to support his various theories, asking me to verify them,” the source said in an email.

After being approached for comment by the Guardian on Monday, Taylor posted what he described as a “mea culpa” on Twitter. “As a ‘citizen journalist’ I acknowledge my error and do apologize,” he wrote.

Mensch denied using the bogus information and said her allegations about Trump’s model agency came from her own sources. Asked why she had retweeted Taylor’s false posts, Mensch said: “I don’t think anybody can vet anybody else’s sources.”

The source falsely claimed to be an official named “Caitlin” in the office of Eric Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general. She shared details of her hoax on the condition of anonymity to avoid retaliation from followers of Taylor and Mensch. The Guardian verified her true identity and confirmed that she is not named Caitlin and does not work for Schneiderman.

In his emails, Taylor pushed the source for sensational material. Three days after she first contacted him, Taylor asked her: “Is there anything you have heard that’s really going to shock people? An ‘Oh my god!’ sort of thing?” In another message, Taylor conceded that he may have been “going farther than I should” by posting tweets that exaggerated the false tips she was giving him.

Thousands of people have reposted the false claims tweeted by Taylor, a former staffer in Bill Clinton’s White House. Mensch, a former member of parliament in the UK, retweeted at least 18 posts by Taylor that were based on the hoaxer’s false information, spreading them further afield.

The pair describe themselves as co-writers and have cultivated a large fanbase among some critics of Trump, many of whom identify as members of the “resistance” movement eager to see the president removed from office. Taylor has about 200,000 followers on Twitter while Mensch has 267,000 followers.

……Their reporting has at times entered the mainstream political news agenda. During a television interview earlier this year, Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts repeated unverified information about the inquiries into Trump and Russia that he had gleaned from Mensch’s website. He later withdrew the comment.
Amy Spitalnick, a spokeswoman for Schneiderman, said in a statement that the incident highlighted the importance of using “legitimate news outlets, which know to verify their sources and their facts”.
The bogus source first contacted Taylor by email on 20 July with an email titled “NYAG investigation”. Earlier that day, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough had quoted approvingly from an online post by Taylor, describing it as “one of the best tweets of the past month”.

Guess who else was giddy with excitement:

 

 

 

She’s an incomparable mixed bag of neurotic dysfunction.  She was a Tory member of British Parliament, she now lives in the U.S., and she runs a blog called Patribotics, which describes itself as “Pro-America, pro-democracy, pro-NATO, pro-Russia, anti-Putin.”

Which is bullshit, considering her enthusiastic support for Hillary, her statement that the slogan “America First” is “a Nazi slogan being pushed by Russia, her sympathy towards radical muzzies, and her loony conspiracy theories.

She is so virulently anti-Trump that she’s a PT Barnum of tabloid press.

 

From National Review:

In theory, Mensch represents the fact-checker’s deepest-held fantasy — the moment for which all that training was contrived and intended. In practice, she is uncheckable and unaccountable in precisely the same manner as is a primal scream. Mensch reads like a woman who speaks civics as a third or fourth language that she lost touch with long ago. She has a pidgin grasp on the American settlement, and an ersatz, bastardized relationship with reality.

One part novella-fantasy, one part hallway-hearsay, Mensch’s world is one in which an ethereal “they” are omnipresent and omnipotent. “They,” she tells us, are considering executing Steve Bannon, though he hasn’t been charged with so much as speeding in a school zone. “They” have already “sentenced” Rudy Giuliani— to what fate we will presumably find out when someone next mentions his name on television. “They” will soon overturn the election results, and are on the verge of making Orrin Hatch president. Donald Trump, in turn, is perennially but a few steps from the gallows. On the 13th of April, Mensch promised that the “first arrests may be as soon as next week.” Yesterday, she related that the president faced imminent “federal execution.” Presumably, “they” just needed some more time.

 

Just a quick scan of her history presents someone in bad need of psychological therapy, but she’s a liberal, so…

 

 

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https://downtrend.com/donn-marten/latest-theory-from-crackpot-conspiracy-queen-claims-trump-passed-secret-tape-to-putin

Not The Onion: EPSN Pulls Asian Announcer From Game Because His Name is Robert Lee

From Outkick The Coverage

UPDATE: ESPN ISSUES OFFICIAL STATEMENT ON MOVING ROBERT LEE FROM VIRGINIA GAME:

“We collectively made the decision with Robert to switch games as the tragic events in Charlottesville were unfolding, simply because of the coincidence of his name. In that moment it felt right to all parties. It’s a shame that this is even a topic of conversation and we regret that who calls play by play for a football game has become an issue.”

In a story that seems made for The Onion, but is actually true, according to multiple Outkick fans inside ESPN MSESPN decided to pull an Asian college football announcer named Robert Lee off the William and Mary at University of Virginia college football game because they were concerned that having an ASIAN FOOTBALL ANNOUNCER NAMED ROBERT LEE would be offensive to some viewers.
Did I mention that Robert Lee is Asian?
Is this even real life anymore? This might even be worse than MSESPN apologizing for the fantasy football slave draft a couple of weeks ago.
To avoid offending left wing idiots Robert Lee, the Asian college football announcer, not the Confederate General who died in 1870 and shares a name with him, was switched to the Youngstown State at Pittsburgh game and Dave Weekley will now call the William and Mary at University of Virginia game.
Unless someone tries to take down Dave Weekley statues between now and kickoff.
In which case ESPN will be royally fucked.

But, seriously, is there anything more pathetic than ESPN believing people would be offended by an Asian guy named Robert Lee sharing a name with Robert E. Lee and calling a football game? Aside from some hysterical photoshops and Internet memes which would make everyone with a functional brain laugh — Robert E. Lee pulling out all the stops to stay in Charlottesville now! — what was the big fear here? Does ESPN really believe people are this dumb or that having an Asian announcer named Robert Lee is too offensive for the average TV viewer to handle?
Yes, yes they do.
I’m sorry you work for such an idiotic company, Robert Lee.
But just to make it clear for everyone out there, the Asian man on the right is not long deceased Confederate General Robert E. Lee. He’s a different person entirely, one that is still alive and did not fight in the Civil War.

 

 

I stopped watching ESPN a while ago because of their vulgar injection of race politics into their “sports analysis”.  The media is bat-shit crazy with insufferable identity and racial pandering to the point where it’s become unwatchable.