The newest Consumer Price Index report is awful. Last month, inflation hit the highest level since 1981. Perhaps it is just coincidence, but the national media are all about the January 6, 2021 â€œinsurrection.â€
One of these channels is not like the others. pic.twitter.com/73AQpiPiWX
— The Recount (@therecount) June 10, 2022
Fox News is not going along. You can criticize the Jan 6 riot, but letâ€™s not forget what happened the year before.
Flashback May 2020: At night, the far-left rioters surrounded the White House and tried tearing apart the protective barrier so they could storm the building. Secret Service and law enforcement were injured by the violent extremists. #CapitolRiot pic.twitter.com/pvxs5pPJzM
— Andy NgÃ´ ðŸ³ï¸â€ðŸŒˆ (@MrAndyNgo) January 7, 2022
I knew there was a lot of rank hypocrisy regarding media handling of the BLM and Jan 7 capitol riots, but by the time of the hearings I’d forgotten that the former actually involved outright storming the White House. https://t.co/SJnn45OBbC
— Bioliberalism (@Bioliberalism) June 10, 2022
The Associated Press wrote a widely syndicated article worried that â€œwhite supremacistsâ€ still have too much reach on social media.
White nationalists and supremacists on social media platforms are using coded hashtags and innuendo to rile up thousands of followers on divisive issues that federal officials warn might drive some extremists to violently attack public places in the U.S.