Go on the record and be honest....
That one REALLY cracks me up. I heard a clip of him babbling about Antifa fighting hate. Oh yeah, throwing feces, bottles of urine, clobbering people with bike chains and assaulting cops are all such wonderful ways of fighting hate.CNN's house eunuch Chris Cuomo also supports Antifa:
Who would support those criminals, those animals?
Joe Biden, for one.
The lack of condemnation (of AntiFa) from the left is very telling.Unless a Leftist person or an entity (CNN, Democrats, MSNBC, etc) condemns ANTIFA , I will assume they support it.
I had not seen your posts in regards to Antifa. Unlike some (too many, imo), PJ is not my life and I'm not here 24/7/365 reading through everything posted.If you ignore my vote in this thread, my many posts condemning Antifa, the posts of many other leftists condemning Antifa, and the many condemnations by left-wing public figures and media outlets.
No, he did not say that, real clear politics is resorting to lying headlines when summarizing what somebody they do not like says, like Fox and Breitbart do all the time. The headline says one thing, but when you read it, and you can read above about a 4th grade level, you see what lying partisan assclowns they are...here is what Cuomo said, in context-CNN's house eunuch Chris Cuomo also supports Antifa:
Joe Biden supports Antifa.No, he did not say that, real clear politics is resorting to lying headlines when summarizing what somebody they do not like says, like Fox and Breitbart do all the time. The headline says one thing, but when you read it, and you can read above about a 4th grade level, you see what lying partisan assclowns they are...here is what Cuomo said, in context-
CHRIS CUOMO, CNN HOST: Here's the closing argument. Two wrongs and what is right. It's been one year since Heather Heyer was killed for standing up to hate, and our thoughts still go to her family.
We know what happened with racial tensions nationwide after that. And this weekend was built as round two, "unite the right", the sequel. Organizers planned to rally in Washington, D.C. this time.
But the turn out of white supremacists was thankfully pathetic, which is why I didn't have to go there and cover it. Only a couple dozen showed up. Proof they lost membership after being exposed again last year as a bunch of hateful losers? No. They're still in force online, but they didn't have the guts to show up, and that's good.
Counterprotesters did. There were good numbers of them. The vast majority were peaceful.
But peppered in the crowd were members of Antifa, or anti-fascists. They covered their faces, confronted police and berated journalists and that was wrong.
Now, you've been hearing it. There's a lot of about what-aboutism and spin going on. And it's kind of sickening to me. So, let's all agree on some common understandings. A protester uses their voice, song, slang, slurs, there's a huge range, but it is talk.
When you use your hands in a violent way, you are a rioter. And unless you're justified in defending yourself and you hit someone, you're a thug, you're a criminal. You attack cops, you slap the media, you are in the wrong, period.
But I argue to you tonight, all punches are not equal morally. In the eyes of the law, yes. But in the eyes of good and evil, here's the argument: if you're a punk that comes to start trouble in a mask and hurt people, you're not about any virtuous cause. You're just somebody who's going to be held to the standard of doing something wrong.
But when someone comes to call out bigots and it gets hot, even physical, are they equally wrong as the bigot they are fighting? I argue, no. Fighting against hate matters.
Now, how you fight matters too. There's no question about that. But drawing a moral equivalency between those espousing hate and those fighting it because they both resort to violence emboldens hate, legitimizes hateful belief and elevates what should be stamped out.
No, the lying Daily Caller does say that in their headline but in the actual article even the Daily Caller does not say that. You need to learn to read better or something...Joe Biden, for one.