Antifa Protester in Virginia Attacked Journalist — Caused Concussion [Video]

A member of an Antifa protest against white supremacists in Richmond, Virginia, got violent and clobbered a photojournalist documenting the event.

How do we know?

There is video proof, published by another journalist… Here is the clip:

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He was hammered so hard on the head the wound had to be stapled 4 times:

Of course Antifa immediately responded to the incident by lying through their teeth:

https://twitter.com/notwokieleaks/status/897997397938384896

Antifa claimed the journalist “was not working at the time so we can only assume he was drinking and made one bad choice after the next…This man ran at a crowd that was holding space for our murdered comrade with just his iPhone. Due to the intensity and context of this time people are very scared of white men running full speed at them with iPhones as this is the exact behavior of a white supremacist trying to out identify of people of color and anti fascists in order to invoke fear.”

From the video you can clearly tell this is absolute bullsh*t, however that doesn’t matter. Antifa is an organization whose MO is lying. CNN’s Jake Tapper is the only mainstream media journalist who has removed the ‘rose colored glasses’ and called Antifa out…

The question is, when with the Left and the rest of the MSM do what Jake just did?

Antifa is a violent group that promotes communism and anarchy. Their events, nationwide, have caused destruction of property and injury to those who oppose them; and apparently journalists just documenting their event.

It is time the Left denounced Antifa, just like Conservatives have nationally condemned these alt-right, white supremacy idiots.

 

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