MSNBC's Jason Johnson Justifies Antifa Violence: Police Protect White Nationalists, Target AntifaChris Menahan
Aug. 15, 2018
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MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson justified Antifa's attacks on police over the weekend by suggesting the police are a protection force for white nationalists and many of them are secretly white nationalists themselves.
From News Busters:
[On] MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle, the show took the time to discuss reports of left-wing protesters attacking journalists and harassing police officers over the weekend, leading Johnson to rationalize Antifa hostility to police officers:It's rather interesting Johnson thinks the job of police is not to enforce the law but to "eradicate racism."
It really gives you an idea of the type of future world he wants to create.
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