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Journalist describes riot damage
in cities across US: 'Beyond
anything ... since at least the 1960s'

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 8/6/2020 4:18:31 AM

Mainstream media outlets have failed the public by declining to spotlight the devastation left behind by rioters in cities across America, independent journalist Michael Tracey said Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight." In a self-published article titled "Two months since the riots and still no 'National Conversation,'" Tracey traveled to cities affected by violent protests and documented his findings using photographs and conversations with store owners and residents. "I wanted to see for myself how communities were dealing with the aftermath, what the attitudes toward what transpired were," Tracey told host Tucker Carlson. "I just wasn't really getting that toward the mainstream organs

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DCGIRL 8/6/2020 5:12:54 AM (No. 501419)
The very cities that ALLOWED the destruction now wants the federal government to pay up for years of their mismanagement. Pelosi and Shumer are pushing for this in the current stimulus bill.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Strike3 8/6/2020 10:28:37 AM (No. 501718)
When you have democrat members of Congress saying that the destruction is a myth, the MSM must go along because after all, they are the propaganda arm of that party. I am hoping that each and every one of these inner city, minority business owners can interpret what happened accurately and each one becomes a Trump supporter. Despite the communist Left's best efforts, everybody knows what the reason for the rioting is and it's not a big stupid black man who was doing what he has been doing for years and finally met his tragic end. Our society is permeated with animals of all colors and the solution to the problem is not kissing the feet of black people, which will come back to bite them in a big way. Antifa has been planning this chaos since Obama occupied a chair in the White House. Only when hundreds of this filth has been identified and slapped in prison will the rest go away. If the socialists gain control it will never happen.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Zarin 8/6/2020 6:48:29 PM (No. 502076)
Yes, I have talked to friends who watch only the PropagandaBS , NSNBC & CNN. They seem to act like nothing is happening. Columbus south of the OSU Campus is boarded up. I don't know if there is rioting there but 2 or 4 weeks ago there was. I have heard the people even on the edges of Portland are unaware - unless they go down town.
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