Media Montage Video Shows CNN, MSNBC Excusing Leftwing Mob Violence as Buildings Burn in Background

By Craig Bannister | January 8, 2021 | 10:39am EST

A video montage posted Thursday shows MSNBC and CNN hosts and guests excusing, denying and defending leftwing violence in 2020.

The video, compiled and posted by Grabien Media, features clips such as an MSNBC reporter in Minneapolis, Minnesota claiming that a protest was “not, generally speaking, unruly” – as a police station and other buildings burned behind him.

CNN, likewise, showed video of burning vehicles in Kenosha, Wisconsin – captioned “Fiery But Mostly Peaceful Protests after Police Shooting”

“Thank goodness for the looters, man,” one MSNBC guest declares.

Hosts and guests defended the riots, saying that America was founded by “conflict with government” and that “All punches are not equal, morally,” while challenging viewers to “Show me where it says protesters are supposed to be polite and peaceful.”


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