Kelly Weill has a new hit piece up on The Daily Beast about Corey Stewart and the League of the South. She is key member of a clique of “journalists” whose job it is to attack the Right:
“GOP Senate candidate Corey Stewart is following the apparent Twitter account for the leader of the neo-Confederate hate group.
Stewart is one of just 257 people following a seven-year-old Twitter account that appears to belong to Michael Hill, who leads the League of the South. The league is a racist neo-Confederate secessionist group that marched during the first Unite the Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last year, and calls for a Christian theocracy. Hill and other members have defended slavery, with Hill calling it “God-ordained. …”
In this case, Kelly Weill is complaining that Corey Stewart follows an account on Twitter which claims to be Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South. We’ve been observing Kelly Weill for a while now and this is a good time to bring to light her own associations.
Who does “journalist” Kelly Weill follow on Twitter? Who is Kelly Weill associated with? A veritable who’s who gallery of Antifa groups and leaders.
She spends her time on Twitter justifying Antifa violence against police officers and “the free press” even when there are no “Nazis” or “white supremacists” around:
What a counter-factual conjecture. I interviewed masked anti-fascists, quoted one in my coverage. I’ve found people can tell when you’re making a good faith effort to hear them. Maybe that’s why the hand-wringing is from media mining Breitbart from afar. https://t.co/82Ji1f9z3k
— Kelly Weill (@KELLYWEILL) August 14, 2018
Hey Jake! Reporter who spent all weekend wedged up against anti-fascists who probably didn’t want press there, but were pretty uniformly chill. You know who shoved media indiscriminately? Police. https://t.co/vOIeKR1Yrm
— Kelly Weill (@KELLYWEILL) August 13, 2018
Whose tweets does Kelly Weill “like” on Twitter? Antifa leaders. They all believe she engages with them in “good faith” and helps them shape their “narrative.”
Kelly Weill agrees with Huff Post “journalist” Andy Campbell that Antifa violence against “the free press” and the police is justified and complaining about it is “pearl clutching”:
These people ARE NOT “journalists.”
They are political activists who have picked a side. We saw in Portland at the Patriot Prayer rally how they don’t report the news. They have openly sided with Antifa and deliberately ignore, cover up and make excuses for Antifa violence at real world events. We’ve known for a long time that these “journalists” are effectively Antifa themselves and work closely with them.
I’ve coined the term “Journfa” to refer to these people. It is starting to catch on. The public needs to become aware that Antifa are now working for the mainstream media.