Taxpayer-Funded PBS Reporter Hit With Backlash After Claiming There Are No Anarchists Among ‘Protests’

The true nature of the Left is coming into focus on the streets of America.

PBS Reporter

The press and left wing attorneys are doing all they can to support the murdering thugs who have taken over the streets of major American cities, to the point that the press is denying the existence of anarchists present in the riots and lawyers are providing rioters with Molotov cocktails to attack police officers and set building ablaze. And the media in this case? It is being funded with your taxpayer dollars.

PBS NewsHour White House reporter Yamiche Alcindor is facing a storm of heavy derision and criticism for insisting that there was “no evidence” of “anarchists” in the George Floyd protests. She claimed: “‘These people are anarchists,’ President Trump says without providing any evidence.”

Other reporters and on-the-scene witnesses prove her flat wrong. “I was there last night when fires were burning in NW. Your tweet is not factual,” RealClearNews reporter Philip Wegmann told Alcindor.

“It’s an absolute disgrace that the taxpayers pay this activist’s salary. This isn’t journalism, and the American people shouldn’t subsidize it,” author James Hasson tweeted. “Like, FFS. There was a story today about people lighting homes with children inside on fire and then blocking fire engines from responding. They’re burning family-owned businesses and beating up elderly women. How much more evidence do you need, @Yamiche?”

“They’re literally spray painting the anarchist A surrounded by a circle in cities across the country,” said columnist Ryan James Girdusky.

“So glad my taxpayer dollars are funding such smart and brave journalism from PBS,” said Donald Trump Jr.

But it doesn’t matter how much evidence there is. This PBS reporter could see very well that there were anarchists in the crowds of rioters. She thus was not mistaken. She lied. She lied to protect the animals and scum she shares a political ideology with, animals that have murdered, burned and looted their way across America. And who pays this reporter’s salary? You do.

And who helps the rioters find weapons? Well, your local terrorist lawyers, of course. Brooklyn city board member Colin Mattis, 32, and his alleged accomplice, 31-year-old Urooj Rahman, both Ivy League-schooled, were driving in a minivan near conflict between police and rioters at the 88th Precinct station house in Fort Greene, NYC, when they were arrested for launching a Molotov cocktail at a police car.

They were also trying to pass out the firebombs to rioters in the crowd, federal authorities said on Monday. Unlucky for the idiotic lawyers a witness took a photo of the pair in the car while they were allegedly trying to pass out the homemade explosive devices.

Rahman herself tried to give Molotov cocktails to the witness and others, to enable them to use the incendiaries in furtherance of more destruction and violence,” the witness later told authorities.

The two attorneys were finally caught by police after Mattis, who was in the driver’s seat, pulled the van near the precinct. Then Rahman allegedly got out and tossed the lit Molotov cocktail, made from a Bud Light bottle, into the squad car. Yes, this is what passes for the mainstream media, and for apparently Ivy-League trained lawyers, in America today. By both their exertions they spread lies and give terrorists encouragement, and more, to harm this country. Perhaps Miss Alcindor can do an interview with the terrorist-supplying attorneys. Afterward they can all agree: There were no Molotovs anywhere in sight.

This piece was written by David Kamioner on June 3, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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