‘Antifa Fantasy’ Conservative Outlets Lying
CNN’s Brian Stelter carved out space in his recent newsletter to push Antifa propaganda, suggesting that conservative outlets that have been reporting on Antifa are simply lying.
The section heading of the newsletter that tackles Antifa is “Antifa fantasy,” where Stelter begins the small section with highlighting a BuzzFeed News piece by Anne Helen Peterson, where she dispels the so-called false narrative that “roving bands of Antifa have followed small protests all over the United States.”
Peterson continues by saying that Antifa traveling to big cities within the US to start riots is “nonsense” perpetuated by Facebook posts and rogue websites, which she says gives the “militia” something to guard against.
Peterson writes that “it doesn’t matter if Antifa was never coming in the first place. They didn’t come, and that’s evidence of victory.”
Stelter also was so bold as to include a blurb about Mark Bray, author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, which openly celebrates the violent group. Minnesota’s Attorney General, Keith Ellison, took a selfie with the book before eventually deleting it.
TPM’s own Andy Ngo announced last week that he will be suing Antifa members for assault, and President Donald Trump has announced his intentions to designate Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization.
Author: American News
Source : The Post Millennial : CNN’s Brian Stelter promotes violent Antifa propaganda in his latest newsletter