New York Post columnist stands up for TPM after malicious Antifa-led boycott

New York Post columnist Miranda Devine exposed leftwing activists after they started going after The Post Millennial's advertisers in an effort to destroy the news and culture outlet.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY

New York Post columnist Miranda Devine exposed Antifa activist Chad Loder and Nandini Jammi of Check My Ads after they started going after The Post Millennial's advertisers in an effort to destroy the news and culture outlet.

"Two hard-left activists have been targeting TPM's advertisers: self-described Antifa member Chad Loder and Nandini Jammi, who is behind the anti-conservative outfits Sleeping Giants and Check My Ads," Devine writes.

Loder and Jammi targeted Post Millennial's advertisers on Twitter, telling them lies about the outlet, in a specific attempt to undermine and discredit Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo.

"That is what has been happening to The Post Millennial and its crime reporter, Andy Ngo, who has been physically attacked and driven out of his hometown of Portland, Ore., over his fearless reporting on Antifa," Devine writes in the New York Post.

The Post Millennial is only the most recent target of bad-actors who seek to censor, squash, and suppress stories that do not align with a leftist narrative, and we're not as big as the New York Post, which was deplatformed by Twitter after publishing a newsworthy story about Hunter Biden's laptop.

That story was called Russian disinformation, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey claimed that the information had been hacked, which were the talking points he got from Democrat operatives in the Biden camp. These things were believed without evidence, leading social media and mainstream media companies to ban the story and say it was lies without ever actually checking it out.

Apologies came way too late, and many Americans said that had they known about the alleged link between Hunter Biden's shady business dealings and his father, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden, they would not have voted for Biden.

Ngo is a crime reporter, and people who commit crimes or cover for criminals actively want him to stop reporting. When those physical attacks weren't enough to stop Ngo from reporting, they began targeting the outlet that employs him. The mainstream media ecosystem is all too ready to believe lies that uphold their preferred narrative.

Loder and Jammi "told advertisers that TPM is Ngo's personal alt-right 'disinfo site' where he promotes neo-Nazis, 'incites violence; and supports violent right-wing extremists and white supremacists," Devine wrote, noting that these are "All lies, but cowardly firms pulled their ads, including Surfshark,, RingCentral, Logitech, Triple Lift, OpenWeb, and SimpliSafe."

So where is this coming from? Devine tracked it back to early September, after Ngo "tweeted about a temporary restraining order issued against Loder, 45, in a Los Angeles court."

It was on September 9 that the first targeted harassment of Post Millennial's advertisers began. Loder tweeted: "Hey @surfshark, why do you run ads on a site run by Andy Ngo? He works with Proud Boys and Capitol rioters to target journalists with death threats."

The intimidation attempt was successful, Surfshark caved under fear, believing, with no evidence offered, Loder's lies. And Loder hasn't stopped. In fact, he has promised to continue. As recently as Monday, Loder has issued tweets against Post Millennial and Ngo, so intent is he on his obsession with the gay, Asian journalist.

Loder contacted Post Millennial publisher and owner Matthew Azrieli on September 17, Devine reported, demanding that Ngo be fired. "Censure and fire your editor-at-large Andy Ngo," Loder wrote.

This while Jammi, as part of what appears to be a tag-team effort, "was writing to advertisers, falsely claiming that TPM 'features content by neo-Nazis,' and Ngo 'directs harm' toward Haitian refugees and 'has assembled kill lists of journalists and activists for Atomwaffen, a violent neo-Nazi organization.'" Evidence backing up these claims was not provided to the advertisers, who simply believed Jammi without any proof.

Ngo told Devine that "They're trying to cancel me in any way possible in the digital world and the real-life world with real-life manifestations of violence."

Post Millennial isn't the only conservative-leaning outlet that has been targeted by Jammi. Her entire business is based on alerting advertisers to the location of their ads online and getting them to remove those ads based on intimidating them.

She has gone after YouTuber Tim Pool, who isn't even conservative, Bongino Report, The Daily Wire, Breitbart, The Federalist, and others by claiming that they publish "hate content," or "false or misleading information or news." What this really means is that if a news outlet doesn't uphold Jammi's political perspective, she has pledged to take them down by blocking their ad revenue.

"If center-right media outlets such as TPM aren't able to continue reporting without fear or favor, we all will end up flying blind in a fog of delusion," Devine concluded.


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