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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and mainstream media blame white supremacists for the widespread violence in America, but it's Antifa terrorizing the nation.
Wednesday morning, Biden smeared 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse in a new campaign advertisement against white supremacy and right-wing militia. This despite a viral video that revealed that the pro-police teen accused of fatally shooting two men during the Jacob Blake riots in Kenosha was hunted down by an enraged leftist mob.
NBC News reporter Ben Collins told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell: "This is not to discount the idea that violence is an explicitly partisan idea, but right now the organized violence is coming from white supremacist groups."
"Let's just fact check also those who are saying that Joe Biden's response was inaccurate, because that's not the case about Antifa," Mitchell prefaced the televised block. She cited the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, Christopher Way, who downplayed Antifa's culpability as an entity earlier this month while testifying before a House Committee on Homeland Security hearing.
Way alleged under oath that the civil unrest "does not appear to be organized or attributed to one particular group or even movement," calling Antifa a "movement" or an "ideology."
"[White supremacists] used to gather together on places like Facebook but now they have to go to deeper, darker corners of the web," Collins responded.
"Yes, Antifa is a violent ideology that pushes back what they deem to be fascism, but the organized groups that are committing domestic terror in the United States according to Donald Trump's own intelligence agencies—that's white supremacy," Collins concluded.
Collins' colleague, Frank Figliuzzi, adopted Biden's line: "This notion of Antifa as being some kind of organized group is laughable."
The former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI turned national security contributor at NBC News declared, "It’s a falsehood to claim equivalency between an ideology and organized hate violence groups."
Fox News host Tucker Carlson debunked the white supremacy hoax on his show Wednesday night, calling out left-wing militia's destruction across major US cities in a tongue-in-cheek monologue.
"Well it turns out that mobs of white supremacists just burned down Minneapolis and then Kenosha. They trashed Portland and Seattle. They shot cops in Louisville. They torched Wendy's. They cleaned out the Nike store. They destroyed public monuments in Atlanta and San Francisco. They defaced war memorials in Washington," Carlson cited months of vandalism, arson, and carnage caused by far-left militants.
Last month, rioters rented U-Haul vans to loot Chicago's “Magnificent Mile” shopping district, packed with high-end stores such as Apple, Gucci and Luis Vuitton, inflicting an estimated $60 million in damages. BLM Chicago then claimed that the theft was merely reparations. Two police officers were shot in Louisville during the Breonna Taylor riots just last week. And the driver accused of attempted murder for plowing a car into a crowd of Trump supporters in California on Saturday was revealed to be a major BLM organizer.
"The white supremacists did this. You saw it all on TV. Damn those Proud Boys," Carlson jested, referring to the segment during the presidential debate when left-aligned moderator Chris Wallace pressured President Donald Trump to denounce right-wing extremism.
"And if you don't believe it, they're gonna punish you. So why are they doing that? That's a good question. It's also an ominous sign. If they can make you accept a lie that ridiculous, what do they plan to do next? Maybe someone will ask that question in the next debate," Carlson signed off.