Crowder goes under cover … Recently CRTV host Steven Crowder and producer Not Gay Jared infiltrated an Antifa group. What they uncovered when Ben Shapiro was scheduled to speak in Utah is shocking. The organizers gave the pair weapons and outlined a conspiracy to lure conservatives to be attacked. CR’s Chris Pandolfo has the whole breakdown.
Media refuses to cover … Crowder told CR that the undercover video resulted in the arrest of Antifa members. When Crowder showed a local reporter the video, and police confirmed it to be true, that reporter didn’t want to cover it. Neither did Dan Harris, the co-host of ABC’s “Nightline,” who was shown the story. Why is the media refusing to cover this story? It’s all on the video.
Hey Antifa! Get off his lawn … Crowder isn’t the only CRTV host who has exposed Antifa. In his debut week on CRTV, Gavin McInnes has released a four-part series unmasking the violent organization. If you’ve not yet watched Get Off My Lawn, take a look at this series.
The media should be covering this … You’ll remember that after Charlottesville, and President Trump saying that there has been violence on “all sides,” the media went into overdrive. After a couple weeks — and reporters getting attacked — they finally started telling the truth. Now that the truth is known — that it is leftists who are the real violent threat — they won’t cover the story and have moved on, or back, as it were, to Russia Russia Russia and other stories.
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Politifact wants you to like it … Politifact, the Tampa Bay Times-based “fact checking” organization that often passes opinion off as fact, really, really wants you to like it. So its writers have decided to visit red-state America to hobnob with the plebes. Here’s an overview of the tour. Wisconsin talk radio host Charlie Sykes is quoted in that article, stating the obvious — “[Politifact’s reputation among conservatives] is not a PR problem — it’s a credibility problem.” Poynter, which owns the Tampa Bay Times, said a meeting went as well as could be expected with the Tulsa GOP. It’s worth the read. But as Sykes said, we’re a long way from trusting the biased outlet.
CNN, boobs, and Hef … Recently, CNN’s Brooke Baldwin cut an interview short when a shock-jock said he believed in two things, the “First Amendment and boobs.” Fast-forward to yesterday, when after Hugh Hefner died, CNN chose to go with THIS PICTURE. As Ace of Spades said: “There were thousands of pictures of Hugh Hefner not surrounded by piles of bosom. Yet @CNN, horrified about the word ‘boobs,’ chose this.” Perhaps CNN “doth protest too much?”
Is Ringo Starr a repressive authoritarian? … Is nothing sacred any more? Millions of millennials grew up watching Thomas, the lovable tank engine, and his many adventures. The New Yorker wants you to know that the series had a “repressive, authoritarian soul.” That reminds me of my favorite cartoon conspiracy theory … Socialist Men Under Red Father (S.M.U.R.F.); think about it …
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Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC. If you see something you’d like him to cover, tweet him @robeno.