A progressive but open minded minded journalist suddenly found himself freelancing, so decided to head for the riots to expose agitating White Supremacists. He was shocked to uncover Black extremists doing the agitating instead. In a very organized and professional way.
A disillusioned ex-Univision journalist
Journalist Jeremy Lee Quinn got furloughed from the Spanish speaking Univision network earlier this year, so he grabbed his cameras and set off to document the protests and the riots breaking out across the nation. He was convinced that White Supremacists were the ones causing “havoc and violence at riots.” He was shocked to find out how wrong he was. He revealed that highly cohesive Black Lives Matter groups with shared Antifa-inspired ideals of social justice through anarchy are behind all the lawlessness.
— Jeremy Lee Quinn (@JLeeQuinn) October 1, 2020
If leaders in the Black community really wanted to address the social justice issues, they would hold public meetings with the involved officials. Civilized discussions would allow the whole community to work through the issues. It’s a lot better than arson and looting but nobody is really interested in solving any of the problems, they just want to use the controversy to their political advantage. When Quinn looked at what he was seeing through the objective lens of a journalist, he realized that racist anarchists funded by George Soros and his foundation are using social media to quickly and efficiently organize their forces.
Quinn soon came to the conclusion that the rioting, looting and physical violence are nothing but a contrived illusion to “give the impression all of these events are a byproduct of suppressed racism and lack of social justice.” The journalist was amazed that the “violent left-wing anarchists” were “extremely organized.” Crimes like arson and shoplifting are anarchist tools meant to “wear down the capitalist system.” So is “assassinating policemen and robbing banks.” When black-clad figures “break windows, set fires, vandalize police cars, then melt back into the crowd of peaceful protesters. When the police respond by brutalizing innocent demonstrators with tear gas, rubber bullets and rough arrests, the public’s disdain for law enforcement grows. It’s Asymmetric Warfare 101.”
Something ‘odd’ about the scene
The journalist began his project with the May 31, Black Lives Matter protest in Santa Monica, California. While “suburban moms” riddled with the guilt of White privilege knelt in the streets to show submission, about a mile away a shoe store was in the process of being looted. Quinn “arrived to find young people pouring out of the store, shoe-boxes under their arms. But there was something odd about the scene,” the New York Times reports. “A group of men, dressed entirely in black, milled around nearby, like supervisors. One wore a creepy rubber Halloween mask.”
Jeremy's reports are filled with randomly sourced imagery and videos found online + the central conspiratorial assertion that because people wore masks or engaged in things like looting – this was somehow magically evidence of someone being an anarchist by default. pic.twitter.com/zeucXHmc2v
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The next day was similar. The observant journalist encountered another store being looted by peaceful protesters, with not a single White Supremacist in sight. He did see a White man. The anarchist “wearing all black smashed the window of the store with a crowbar, but he walked away without stealing anything.” When he got home, he started going through all the riot footage he could find from all over the country. “he noticed that white men dressed in black were often the culprits of the looting.” As Quinn writes, “we can trace the techniques of these Instigators at work back to where it all began, The Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct Fire.”
BLM immediatley pushed back hard on what the journalist had to say. “Jeremy’s reports are filled with randomly sourced imagery and videos found online + the central conspiratorial assertion that because people wore masks or engaged in things like looting – this was somehow magically evidence of someone being an anarchist by default.” They don’t like the way Quinn showed the public how “the rioting and growth of violence have not been spontaneous outbreaks of complete strangers upset at ‘police brutality’ willing to lose their jobs and go to jail. Instead, they are set up by “organized paid anarchists, whose job was to try to burn down the capitalistic systems while being cloaked by the few activists out in the streets peaceable calling for justice.”