No Violent Acts? : Media Concocts Conspiracy Theories To Protect Rioting – Wacky MOLE

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In this week’s of Wacky Moments Of Leftist Extremism:

Continuing to bolster her resume as a deranged conspiracy theorist, MSNBC’s ReidOut host Joy Reid continued to downplay and excuse the months of nationwide riots, insisting without evidence that no one “from Black Lives Matter [has] been arrested for anything violent.” Obviously, she hasn’t been updated on the news of the rioters violent acts.

CBS This Morning on Tuesday adopted the dishonest media trope of describing rioting chaos and anarchy as “mostly peaceful.” Talking about the continuing unrest in Portland, the term “peaceful” was used while showing footage of fires and intimidation outside of the mayor’s home.

‘Just how systemic is America's racism? On Wednesday's The Situation Room, CNN reporter Nia-Malika Henderson blamed growing up in America for causing people like black police officers and Reverend Jackson to feel racism toward their own racial group. The theory is rather twisted.

The leftist broadcast networks completely blacked out Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s blowout fiasco, where video exposed her flouting local COVID regulations by getting her hair done inside a San Francisco salon, without a mask. ABC, CBS, and NBC only covered the controversial incident Wednesday after the Speaker held a press conference and did her best impression of former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry, claiming her hair appointment was “a setup.”

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For a complete look at leftist media madness check out NewsBusters.

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