NBC News Ignores Antifa Attack On Their Own News Crew In CharlottesvilleChris Menahan
Aug. 12, 2018
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NBC News has ignored the story of their own reporter and news crew being attacked in the streets of Charlottesville by Antifa marchers on Saturday.
On the one-year anniversary of the deadly Charlottesville protests, white supremacists and radical leftists known as Antifa descended on the Virginia town once more to commit more violence. Late Saturday night, NBC News reporter Cal Perry and his crew were in the thick of it as Antifa members ganged up on them and attacked. The next morning, NBC’s Sunday Today ignored the attack and suggested the media was simply “heckled” by their assaulters.
Todd appeared on Sunday Today and had nothing to say about the attack or Antifa, which had been declared a domestic terrorism group by the State of New Jersey before he had them on last year. Instead of condemning Antifa, he lambasted the President for criticizing anthem protesters and targeted his supporters as racists.Perry released more video of Antifa attacking police on Sunday morning:
The media has been saying for weeks now that Trump's "dangerous" (see: entirely accurate) statements about how they're "the enemy of the people" is going to get their fake news reporters attacked.
Some 100 newspapers are planning to write editorials attacking Trump on August 16 over this very subject:
Here their own reporters got attacked by rabid leftists and they completely ignored it!
No truer words have ever been spoken than President Donald J. Trump saying the media "is the enemy of the people!"
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