Newsweek op-ed: I’ve met golden retrievers that scare me more than Antifa

Newsweek op-ed: I’ve met golden retrievers that scare me more than Antifa
Antifa 'keeping the peace'

[Ed. – Try telling that to journalist Andy Ngo, who was savagely beaten and robbed by a group of the renegades in Portland.]

An FYI from a formerly respected newsmagazine that if you’re part of a violent left-wing mob that recently sent a reporter to the hospital with a brain injury, Newsweek will have your back.

In fairness, sometimes a publication will receive an op-ed submission from a person so notable that they feel obliged to print it even if the ideas contained in it are garbage. If Trump submits a piece to the New York Times making the case for why Ilhan Omar should go back to where she came from, odds are that piece is going to run despite the editors’ contempt for it. It’s news. Same here. On the one hand, we have an author arguing that a group identified by Obama’s DHS as having engaged in a “domestic terrorist” violence isn’t really violent and, to the extent it is, that its targets have it coming. But on the other hand, the author happens to be [checks notes] a “singer-songwriter who uses music as a community organizing tool.”

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