For four years, dishonest corporate media outlets like the New York Times misled their readers about a disgusting Russian dossier paid for by the Clinton campaign that was meant to impugn the character of President Trump and destroy his credibility with voters. For almost four years, the same dishonest corporate media praised violent Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters. While they razed entire cities and openly looted businesses, fake news journalists like CNN stood in front of chaotic scenes with burning buildings in the background and explained how the “protests” were “mostly peaceful.”

For weeks on end, BLM rioters lit fires across our nation’s capital. They attacked law enforcement officers who attempted to prevent the angry leftists from entering the grounds of the White House. Instead of condemning the violence, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser named a major street after the rioters.

In New York City, BLM rioters were committing random acts of violence against NYPD officers, like hitting them over the head with a baseball bat (see below).

Instead of condemning the violent domestic terror group, Mayor de Blasio showed his support for the rioters by helping them paint a Black Lives Matter message on the street in front of Trump Tower.

While cities were burning and small business owners were crying out for help from law enforcement, the media ignored them. Instead, it focused on the “racist” policies of police departments across America.

Kenosha, WI BLM riots

One journalist tried to tell the story of the businesses that the domestic terror groups were destroyed, but according to her, the New York Times buried her story until after the November 2020 election.

According to the Daily Mail, a former New York Times journalist has claimed the paper deliberately held a story about how Kenosha rioters destroyed local businesses until after the 2020 election.

Nellie Bowles is the partner of Bari Weiss, a fellow disillusioned former New York Times columnist who says she was bullied out of the newspaper because she didn’t align entirely with its views.

Nellie Bowles

Writing for Weiss’s Substack channel Common Sense, Bowles revealed on Friday that after the August 2020 riots, she went to Kenosha to speak to the owners of small local businesses that had been razed between August 23 and August 28, after Jacob Blake’s shooting.

She found in her reporting that the rioters were indiscriminate in who they targeted, often going after businesses and properties in the poorer parts of town. She focused on the fact that those smaller business owners had a harder time claiming back portions of their money from insurance and that the riots left them down and out.

She submitted the story but was told, ‘The Times wouldn’t be able to run my Kenosha insurance debacle piece until after the 2020 election.’

She says the decision fits with the broader theme that the media ignored the anarchy in Kenosha that drove Rittenhouse into the street with his gun.

‘Whatever the reason for holding the piece, covering the suffering after the riots was not a priority. The reality that brought Kyle Rittenhouse into the streets was one we reporters were meant to ignore.

‘The old man who tried to put out a blaze at a Kenosha store. The top editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer in June 2020 amid staff outcry for publishing a piece with the headline, “Buildings Matter, Too.”

‘If you lived in those neighborhoods on fire, you were not supposed to get an extinguisher. The proper response — the only acceptable response — was to see the brick and mortar torn down, to watch the fires burn, and to say: thank you,’ she wrote.


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