Would appear CNNâ€™s Brian Stelter aired an obviously edited video of the Antifa attack on Andy Ngo, magically making the punches and kicks disappear and ultimately â€˜hidingâ€™ the actual violence of the assault.
If you only saw CNNâ€™s footage youâ€™d think Ngo was just â€˜silly-stringedâ€™ and had regular milkshakes thrown at him.
Brandon Darby â€˜politelyâ€™ asked Brian about it â€¦
â€” Brandon Darby (@brandondarby) June 30, 2019
Brian does say itâ€™s unacceptable, period, but he really did Ngo a disservice by not showing what he actually went through. Not to mention his dig about how â€˜othersâ€™ have accused Ngo of trying to cause trouble.
Dude, câ€™mon, be better.
CNN Created Antifa when it first began attacking kids on college campuses CNN promoted them and praised in some intances.
â€” GERALYN DOSSAN (@GERALYNDOSSAN) July 1, 2019
And thereâ€™s the real reason.
â€” Ted A Miller (@Theomilll) July 1, 2019
â€” Susan Groff (@SusanGroff1) June 30, 2019
Could it be â€¦ wait for it â€¦ â€˜FAKE NEWSâ€™?
Sorry, we had to.
How about when they stole his gear? Let's not forget that.
â€” NJ1 (@NJankov1) June 30, 2019
Right? Whereâ€™s the video of that?
His 12 fans and viewers wonâ€™t mind.
â€” Patrick D (@Patrick00764541) July 1, 2019
Is that a rhetorical question?
â€” NovemberThird2020 (@lroxt) July 1, 2019