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Surely, no one could have predicted this.
Via the Los Angeles Times:
A series of violent clashes this weekend involving neo-Nazis permitted to rally at the state Capitol was initiated not by the white nationalist group but by counter-protesters, a law enforcement official said Monday.Once again, the lyin' Los Angeles Times, like most of the media, leaves out the fact the Anaheim police said the violence at the KKK rally was started by the leftists.
The dishonesty and bias coming from this piece is sickening. The Times even prominently featured a quote from "Yvette Felarca," who is one of the left-wing terrorist ring-leaders, with buttons to tweet it out and share it on Facebook:
Felarca, who was representing the group "By Any Means Necessary," explicitly advocates for the use of violence to achieve political aims, which is the textbook definition of terrorism.
The BAMN group she's a part of is labeled as a terrorist group by the FBI, nonetheless they're what the Times would no doubt consider the "good type" of terrorists.
They addressed the fact police were nowhere to be seen:
Granada said more than 100 CHP and Sacramento police officers were at the park to keep the peace, but the ground spans five city blocks and violence broke out intermittently. Sacramento police found a loaded gun but the CHP didn't recover any knives or other weapons, Granada said."It could've been much worse," but on the bright side, no cops got injured.
Great job, SacPD!
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