Politico blames “white supremacists” for violent rioting, but even SPLC says there’s no evidence
06/11/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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Politico blames “white supremacists” for violent rioting, but even SPLC says there’s no evidence

A new claim is circulating that the people rioting and looting across America are not the Antifa terrorists they appear to be but rather “white supremacists” in disguise. But even the far-left Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) vehemently disagrees with this absurd notion.

According to the SPLC, there is “no clear evidence” to suggest that those donned in black garb carrying backpacks and various weapons of war are in any way linked to so-called “white supremacy.”

In a report published by The New York Times, the SPLC basically admits that these domestic terrorists everyone is witnessing terrorize American cities day in and day out are just that: domestic terrorists.

“I have not seen any clear evidence that white supremacists or militiamen are masking up and going out to burn and loot,” stated Howard Graves, an SPLC research analyst who keeps track of “white supremacist” activities.

The SPLC’s statement comes in response to a recent hit piece by Politico that erroneously blames all of this far-left terrorism on conservative white people, adding insult to injury in an already extreme anti-white social climate.

Politico made this claim based on an intelligence memo issued by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that cited the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in warning that an alleged “white supremacist” group had called on its followers to stage acts of violence.

Issued on May 27, this memo, which was marked unclassified but law enforcement sensitive, the so-called “Telegram” channel had allegedly “incited followers to engage in violence and start the ‘boogaloo,” boogaloo being a term used by some violent extremists to refer to the start of a second Civil War.

Listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks about how these riots are all engineered and represent full-scale war by infiltrators against the United States:

Neither FBI nor DHS ever said “white supremacists” were staging riots

While this Telegram message allegedly told followers to “frame the crowd around you” in order to engage in undercover violence, at no point are “white supremacists” identified as perpetrators. If anything, these were just more white-skinned Antifa terrorists plotting to infiltrate otherwise peaceful protests in order to cause trouble.

But this is not how Politico framed the situation in an attempt to once again smear white people and blame them for something that a small subset of actual domestic terrorists is guilty of doing.

Even an unnamed spokesperson from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety told the media that authorities in the state “cannot say we have confirmed we have cells of white supremacists,” meaning Politico is once again guilty of spreading anti-white fake news.

CNN is also joining in on the fun by spreading its own fake news about “white supremacists” infiltrating and wreaking havoc, even though there is no actual proof to legitimize this.

While early-on reporting that “white supremacists” may be infiltrating, local Minneapolis paper Star-Tribune later backed off from this false narrative after it was exposed as a fraud.

“At this point, I don’t have any credible evidence of any specific group being here in Minnesota,” announced Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington in a statement to the Star-Tribune.

Despite all of this, the Times is still falsely claiming that some individual members of far-right groups are dressing up in Hawaiian shirts and promoting a second Civil War. At the same time, they are probably loosely based and not part of any organized effort to incite violence, the paper also claims.

To keep up with the latest news about the war taking place throughout the streets of America, be sure to check out CivilWar.news.

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