Attacked by Antifa at Washington DC Free Speech Rally- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wg0JRQEgcKM&t=1784s
Bottom line: If you're going to do a public protest, news outlets will
cover it (If they didn't, what would be the point of doing a public
protest?), and journalists will
try to get interviews to find out exactly what you're protesting against. Clamming up on camera, attempting to block the camera filming a public
protest, or attacking the journalist do not help advance your cause.
This from the snowflakes who malign the press and journalists as enemies of the people *daily*. Your transparently hypocritical delusion borders on mental disorder.
Wasn't it Republicans under GWB who decided there had to be "free speech zones" where protesters were banished to?
I'm not sure but that sounds about right.
The "fake media" only said the protesters were arrested "near" those "free speech zones". Which were far away from GWB. The outrage came when the same "free speech zones" rules were used under Obama. Oh, the outrage from the right that protesters could not block the motorcade!
Good for the goose is good for the gander. Or, as Rudyard Kipling put it in The Jungle Books
"The Law is like the jungle creeper- Sooner or later it drapes across everyone's back".
There are anti Republican protests all across this country every day.
Are there really? If so, where? You said "all across the country" so please cite examples other than Portland, where we already know there are protests, and Washington DC, where you can find somebody protesting anything you can imagine, even if it's just one guy by himself standing on a corner holding up a piece of notebook paper with crayon writing on it, any day of the week.
Unless a "reporter" has a milkshake thrown at him, "fake news" does not care.
Andy Ngo is both reporter and Editor for Quillette
. He has also authored Op-Ed pieces which were published in the Washington Post
and the National Review
. Whether you want to acknowledge the fact or not, Andy Ngo IS a reporter.
Or something. I can't remember what I am supposed to be outraged over, thanks to Fox/AM radio propaganda........
My first suggestion to alleviate your dismay would be to stop listening to the seething, rage-bait cesspool that is AM talk radio. My second suggestion would be to start getting your news from a variety of sources including but by no means limited to
major news networks because if you want to know how accurate and detailed their reporting is, just watch network coverage of any recent plane crash and count the obvious errors. Know going in that all news will be biased in one direction or the other, and the truth generally lies somewhere in the middle.