Tonight, I'll show you video of a group of left-wing men (and some women), wearing masks, attacking a conservative woman. In public. Not just in public, but with national TV news cameras capturing every moment.
Police were there too.
And not one of them lifted a finger to stop it — in fact, they had a good laugh about it.
Let me set up the story first:
Last year, we did an undercover investigation into the sophisticated human trafficking going on at the border between New York and Quebec. Our reporter was Faith Goldy — we parted ways with Faith last August, but her journalism here speaks for itself:
She showed taxi and bus companies built around smuggling foreigners across this illegal border crossing. But the word smuggling implies something secret. That’s what was so shocking about Faith’s report — it was all pretty much out in the open.
Over the weekend, Faith went back to the same border crossing. Since her visit last year, it’s become a veritable refugee camp, with semi-permanent structures. It's the new normal.
There were protesters against open borders there too, many wearing masks.
And a ton of mainstream media, and police, some in full riot gear.
I'll show you what happened:
Faith Goldy was assaulted and battered, and chased her off a public street.
You can see police, so close they could almost just reach out. And yet none of them lifted a finger.
The CBC’s Jonathan Montpetit was there, too, and tweeted:
"Border demo all done. Highlight for me: seeing Faith Goldy get scolded by an SQ officer for using her cellphone while driving.”
Yeah, I’m guessing she was trying to call someone who cared about her, or just about the rule of law. Because no-one on the scene did — not the male feminist reporters, not the police who stood there like potted plants.
And his tweet was "liked" by all kinds of journalists, including the CBC's feminist political boss, Rosemary Barton.
But oh my God if you so much as insult a CBC reporter — we need a national man-hunt, and you’ve got to go to jail. If you think I'm making that up, just watch...
Again and again, conservative women reporters like Lauren Southern and Sheila Gunn Reid are physically attacked; again and again, the media ignore it, or cheer along.
Because really — to the mainstream media, and to too many police forces: conservatives deserve to be punched, don’t they?
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Joel Pollak, Breitbart News Senior Editor at Large, joins me to talk about Trump's call for DOJ investigation; then Joseph Humire, Executive Director for the Center for a Secure Free Society, provides details about the sham election in Venezuela.
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