On her MSNBC show, Nicolle Wallace suggests that President Trump will have "blood on his hands" if, in the wake of his recent tweets, one of The Squad members is attacked. Wallace didn't play that game when a Rachel Maddow fan shot Rep. Steve Scalise on a softball field.



Following the vicious assault against journalist Andy Ngo in Portland, Oregon over the weekend at the hands of Antifa, conservatives nationwide demanded that the federal government and the Justice Department formally declare the radical, left-wing group a domestic terror organization. Well, during Wednesday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik lent his voice to the chorus.



The brutal beating of conservative journalist Andy Ngo by Antifa thugs at a rally in Portland, Ore., was finally noticed Tuesday, only to be buried under distracting details about milkshakes and aspersions on Ngo's previous reporting. The paper’s headlines conveyed no specifics: “Police Tactics Questioned Amid Violence in Oregon,” by Times reporter Mike Baker. The online headline: “In Portland, a Punch and a Milkshake Rumor Feed a Fresh Round of Police Criticism.” Baker had a strange way of describing the victim's reporting: "The conservative journalist has built a prominent presence in part by going into situations where there may be conflict and then publicizing the results." Isn't that what reporting is?



Facebook’s new anti-violence policies have not yet applied to some of the most controversial and potentially dangerous users on its platform: the domestic terrorist group Antifa. At least 119 regional Antifa groups and pages remain untouched on Facebook after the company announced several new and updated policies, including one against violence.



CNN marked the beginning of the Fourth of July holiday week with a one-hour special called State of Hate: The Explosion of White Supremacy. These people pledge allegiance in their marketing to “Facts First,” but on what factual basis is there an “explosion of white supremacy” in America? CNN will deny it, of course, but at the end of the day, they don’t see much difference between white supremacists and Trump Nation.



On Tuesday morning, CNN’s New Day went where few networks would and interviewed conservative journalist Andy Ngo, an editor for Quillette, after his barbaric assault at the hands of the “anti-fascist” fascists known as Antifa. Ngo, recently released from the hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage, was slurring his words and was clearly shaken up. New Day dedicated 5 minutes and thirty five seconds to the interview.



When you’re a liberal and you fabricate a ludicrous story painting conservatives as the violent aggressors with absolutely zero evidence, your story gets nationwide attention for weeks on end with little scrutiny. If you’re a conservative clearly attacked on video by leftists with corroborating witnesses however, you story is given scarce attention and cast with doubt by the media. We saw that this week with journalist Andy Ngo, whose assault by Antifa members was captured on video, yet CNN repeatedly qualified the incident as just “his word.”

 


On Saturday, conservative journalist Andy Ngo, who reports for Quillette, was brutally beaten with fists and weapons and doused with milkshakes laced with quick-dry cement by the left-wing, domestic terrorist group Antifa. The attack left him hospitalized with damage to his face and a brain hemorrhage. He was luckily released from the hospital Monday evening and seemed well enough to do an interview with Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson, where he recounted the attack.



In an update to the coverage totals posted by NewsBusters’s Nick Fondacaro here and here, the flagship major broadcast networks CBS and NBC still have yet to acknowledge the Antifa violence committed on Saturday in Portland, Oregon, which included the brutal beating and milkshaking of Quillette’s Andy Ngo, which left him badly injured with a brain bleed. Along with CBS and NBC, MSNBC and The New York Times have joined them in the refusal to denounce this legitimate, actual attack (sorry not sorry, Jim Acosta) on a journalist for simply doing their job.



For years now, CNN has claimed President Trump has made America a dangerous place for journalists, it’s even the topic of chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s new book. It’s a narrative they sowed to tar Trump supporters and anyone who would question their motives. But on Saturday it was “right-wing” journalist Andy Ngo who was viciously assaulted by left-wing Antifa terrorists.



Portland, Oregon police allowed the domestic terrorist group known as Antifa to prowl their streets on Saturday were they clashed with purported “right-wing” protesters and assaulted the press. Despite putting one journalist in the hospital with a brain hemorrhage, ABC’s Good Morning America couldn’t be bothered to give the story more than 17 seconds and no mention of the journalist. NBC’s Sunday Today ignored the story altogether.



Twitter claims to be against “hate speech” and for “healthy conversation.” But the amount of anti-Semitic material allowed on its platform tells a different story. The aftermath of a confrontation between Chelsea Clinton and two Palestinian activists uncovered some disturbing anti-Israel and anti-Semitic tweets. Quillette editor Andy Ngo tweeted out screenshots of saved tweets from one of the activists,New York University student Leen Dweik, who approached Clinton. Her tweets said, “demolishing Israel IS a solution,” and “lmao sis just wait until we dismantle the entire state of Israel.”