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White House deletes tweet that falsely claimed antifa is plotting violence

White House deletes tweet that falsely claimed antifa is plotting violence

The White House deleted a tweet which suggested that far-left groups and ’antifa’ placed pallets of bricks at protests to incite anti-police violence. The WH account shared a clip with a post that read, ’antifa and professional anarchists are invading our communities, staging bricks and weapons to instigate violence’. Users pointed out the video used had already been investigated and debunked.

CommanderVaasDC 2 months

"However, as open-source investigators for BBC News, Buzzfeed and Vice had already reported before the White House compiled the clips, almost all of the video included in it showed ordinary piles of bricks used in construction projects which were underway before the wave of protests began in response to the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, by Minneapolis police officers last week." Uh no barricades are done in the method that the videos show to contain pallet of bricks for construction that isnt being done anywhere near said pallets lol. What construction? Bbc, vice ans buzzfeed lmao "ordinary" pile of bricks.

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 2 months

Right, there is already video of antifa tactics being used though out the major cities. So its hard to believe they didn't have a hand in it, especially given their authoritarian track record the last 5-6 years.

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