This is a clear example of why Americans don’t trust The Free Press TM:
“More than 100 rightwing demonstrators marched with firearms through the streets of downtown Seattle on Saturday afternoon, in an event billed as a protest against an alleged tide of leftwing violence. …
Although the rally was against alleged leftwing violence, figures from the US government accountability office show rightwing extremists have committed 101 murders in the US since 2001. “Far left extremists” have caused no fatalities in that timeframe. …”
Jason Wilson of The Guardian was at this “Rally Against Far Left Violence” in Seattle:
He was on the scene and witnessed Antifa engage in violence at this event. He tweeted an image of the victim. Three Antifa were arrested for misdemeanor assault:
Someone on the way back on a trip to the bus is bleeding, says he was hit by a missile pic.twitter.com/hCLLBACc6o
— Jason Wilson (@jason_a_w) August 18, 2018
Jason Wilson deliberately ignored the Antifa violence he saw in the story he filed. Instead, he tried to portray Patriot Prayer and the Proud Boys as the violent ones.
I had a similar experience with a “journalist” from The Guardian at the Nationalist Front rally in Pikeville. A horde of Antifa were standing across the street screaming violent threats. The reporter from The Guardian looked me in the eye and told me that Antifa were not violent.
This is why we have started calling these people “Journofa.” They claim to be “journalists,” but they are really political activists who support Antifa and cover up their violence. They are constantly on Twitter following Antifa accounts and liking and retweeting their posts. Antifa love these “journalists” because they are there to promote their “narrative” no matter what the facts.