July 03, 2019

Keean Bexte: Mainstream media aren't motivated to expose Antifa violence

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Keean Bexte called in from Portland, Oregon on his way to Mayor Ted Wheeler's office.

Over the last few days, the story of Portland Antifa attacking journalist Andy Ngo has been carried largely by right wingers on social media while mainstream media outlets are brushing it off or publishing hypocritical opinions.

Thanks to the widely available video of the incident and the verified hospital visit after the fact, Andy Ngo's story has not required embellishment. And with that, the mainstream media has struggled to twist whatever loose ends available to them to fit their preferred narrative.

Check out this follow-up video where Keean spoke to everyday Portlanders about their opinions on whether Antifa should be considered domestic terrorists. 

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commented 2019-07-03 22:43:37 -0400
MSM/CBC supports all forms of terrorist groups such as Islamic or Klantifa as long as it’s directed against the appropriate approved PC targets ( white males , conservative view points , traditional families etc )
We are in a War and 95% of “our” politicians are worthless NWO cowards.
MAGA 2020
commented 2019-07-03 20:35:35 -0400
Mainstream media? You must mean the murky, stinking pipes of the worthless SewageStream Media (SSM), enemy of the people. Thank THE LORD we do have honest decent Media, like you.
commented 2019-07-03 16:45:05 -0400
Label Proud Boys and prayer groups as domestic terrorists as well? This is the insanity of the Left. Proud Boys PROTECT innocent people from Antifa violence. Prayer groups are not violent in any way and never have been. I feel sorry for the mass confusion in Portland that has allowed brown shirts (now black shirts) to take an entire city over, to the point of Antifa directing traffic, to the point of cowing not only the mayor but the chief of police into standing down in the most epic display of cowardice on record, but there is plenty of confusion here, as well.