A riot broke out in Quebec City on Sunday afternoon when several masked Alt-left groups showed up at an anti-illegal immigration protest held by the right-wing group, La Meute.
Whatever you feel about La Meute and their rally and their ideas, the footage shows La Meute marching in silence near the Quebec legislature.
But the masked counter-protestors, the alt-left, can be seen throwing bottles and cans at police and lighting smoke bombs in garbage bins.
The violent left-wing protestors even assaulted a Global News camera crew and smashed their camera.
And yet still Global refuses to name the group that did it. They call them “counter-protesters,” which a scaredy cat’s way of saying the alt-left.
But there is a reason why politicians and the media are tongue tied and measured about who the mob is now that the mob has turned on them:
They defended that same mob as "right fighters" last week and painted anyone who said otherwise as supportive of Neo-Nazis.
Watch my video to see a couple of conservative politicians — including one I really admire — whose tweets last week haven’t aged well.