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Pay very close attention to the Mainstream Media and the Democrats over the next 24 hours, folks. Something very nefarious is going down.
It started with Virginia Gov. Ralph “BlackFace” Northam declaring a state of emergency in advance of Monday’s massive gun rally at the state capitol. Citizens are no longer permitted to bring firearms onto the property.
Republican State Senator Amanda Chase issued a warning on Friday saying that Second Amendment supporters are “being set up.” She said it’s possible that violence could be started by leftist “plants” in the crowd.
“The Governor, using the media has already set the stage for this to happen,” Chase wrote on social media. “He has already laid the groundwork to make the entire movement look like insurrection. It will be used to put the rest of the nation on notice of what will happen to you, if you resist. They have used the Southern Poverty Law Center over the last 15 years to lay the groundwork. They have labeled us as potential domestic terrorist for a long time now.”
Now comes word that NBC reporter Ben Collins is flat-out calling law-abiding gun owners white nationalists.
“Reporters covering tomorrow’s white nationalist rally in Virginia,” he wrote. “I’m absolutely begging you verify information before you send it out tomorrow, even if it’s a very sensational rumor you heard from a cop.”
“Don’t become a hero in neo-Nazi propaganda circles with made-up stuff,” he concluded.
Mr. Collins should consider taking his own advice. The gun rally is being sponsored by the Virginia Citizens Defense League. A simple phone call would have dispelled any notion that the VCDL is a bunch of cross-burning, sheet-wearing white nationalists.
But NBC News and their dung-sniffing, dingleberry journalists don’t care about the truth. They just want to spread fake news — which smells like a load of grade-A fertilizer.
Reporters covering tomorrow’s white nationalist rally in Virginia, I’m absolutely begging you:
Verify information before you send it out tomorrow, even if it’s a very sensational rumor you heard from a cop.
Don’t become a hero in neo-Nazi propaganda circles with made-up stuff.
— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) January 19, 2020