I think it’s safe to say Antifa firebomber guy got what he deserved. Don’t expect me to put on the waterworks when a guy leads an assault on an ICE facility and gets pumped full of lead.
Any sane person would recognize an adherent to such an ideology as a villainous snotweasel. Not CNN. In fact, a few months ago, the fakest name in news interviewed the firebomber’s radical gun club, referring to them as “the good guys.”
Back in May, CNN’s United Shades of America ran an episode which glorified a Washington-based Antifa chapter called the Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club (JBGC), describing them as the “good guy[s].” On Saturday, a member of that group was killed by police for attempting to burn down a migrant detention center in Tacoma, Washington while armed with a rifle and incendiary devices.
United Shades host W. Kamau Bell spent the May 5 edition of his show “hanging out” (his words) with a number of Antifa groups, including the JBGC, whom he dubbed the “good guy[s].” Quillette journalist Andy Ngo discovered on Sunday that the man who attempted to burn down a Tacoma detention center was even visible on-screen in CNN’s trailer for the episode.
“The good guys.”
We’ve been warning everyone about Antifa all along. As if those discount ninjas getting their assault on to stifle free speech wasn’t enough. Anyone with half a brain could have told you they were the bad guys in this scenario. Though, CNN fell for their bullhickey. Hard.
I doubt CNN will be apologizing for this screw-up. After all, Antifa firebomber’s radicalism was borne from the leftist media’s claims of America being a fascist suckfest rife with concentration camps and electroshock therapy for fancylads. They are just as much to blame for this as anyone.
The leftist media picked their side by palling around with these ultra-violent dickweeds. Now, they’ll have to suffer the embarrassment of their bad choices. Sucks to be them.