ABC News Said a “Peaceful Demonstration Intensified” – Gets Hammered on Twitter
All of the Fake News MSM is doing it, you know, calling rioters “peaceful protesters.” You have to be a complete moron to see that tearing down fences, setting fires, throwing objects at police, using laser pointers to blind them is not “peaceful.” But when ABC News reported a riot as a “peaceful ” demonstration that intensified,” social media nailed them. Hard.
“Protesters in California set fire to a courthouse, damaged a police station and assaulted officers after a peaceful demonstration intensified.” ABC news
What kind of lefties are writing this stuff?
Army veteran Tim Kennedy, an MMA fighter, noted:
“There are three possibilities of how someone could write an article like this: 1. They absolutely do not understand the meaning of words or the English language. 2. They are flat out lying and they know it. 3. They think everyone reading their shit is so easily influenced they can say whatever they want and we will believe it. #wakeup #msm #news #headlines #clickbait”
It’s probably a combination of 2 and 3, Tim. Lies and obfuscation (mkaing things unintelligible or unclear) go hand in hand with what the MSM is doing these days. But the humorous response on Twitter were classic:
I remember one time I smiled so hard I stabbed a guy. https://t.co/ZxWc5abZ04
— Aprille Park (@AprillePark) July 27, 2020
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) July 27, 2020
Generally, there are two groups at play here: the “peaceful protesters” who just want to use the First Amendment to speak their minds. The other is a group of violent anarchists who want to tear down American society board by board, broken window by broken window. They aren’t always the same people doing it, but they always use the same excuse.
“No Justice, No Peace” is the battle cry, even though people like former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin and those with him were fired, arrested and he himself was charged with murder. Is that not justice?
“Peace” is a word which means the absence of upheaval or freedom from disturbance. It doesn’t look like we’ll be getting that any time soon.
Featured photo: Twitter with alterations by a user