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DEBUNKED: Major Fake News Hit Piece on Nigel Farage Gets Torn Apart

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Human Events Editor in Chief Raheem Kassam exposed a major Fake News story on Twitter.

The Sun originally published a piece claiming that Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was “trapped on Brexit bus due to people armed with milkshakes.”

However, Kassam, who was at this event, presented a different account. He set the record straight in a tweet thread.

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https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1131247232689364994

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Kassam encouraged his followers to tweet at Tom Newton Dunn, the editor of The Sun, and expose this error because Dunn had blocked Kassam.

The Human Events editor provided some context to this event:

After several walking campaign stops (including, bravely, between a McDonalds and a Burger King) @Nigel_Farage was due to pull up to supporters on his bus and do media interviews from the top deck. He was never scheduled to get off.

It was established that Farage would not get off the Brexit bus as he and his associates campaigned throughout Kent. Kassam noted this:

We all knew that because 5 mins before we arrived we were told by organizers “we don’t need to get off, we’re not getting off”.

Regardless, Kassam got off the bus to interact with people in the crowd.

I got off anyway, and mingled in the crowd. Did some selfies. Then I spotted the so called milkshake assassins. They hadn’t “surrounded” the bus. They were 2 rather polite kids and one mid aged guy who were quite nice when engaged in debate. We shook hands.

There was a Periscope video of this interaction as well.

https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1131248460395683840

The supposed milkshakes that The Sun discovered were actually empty frappuccino cups.

You can also see their “milkshakes” which were actually frappuccinos I think (important distinction) were basically empty. They had no intention of throwing them, and everyone knew that.

The Sun allegedly quoted the Brexit bus driver, Michael Botton, but Kassam asserts that they never interviewed him during this event. The Sun was only told that Farage was not getting off the bus.

https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1131248640331255808

Kassam made it clear that there was no “milkshake army” of protestors like The Sun depicted.

https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1131250025105887233

After Kassam left the area, Farage actually got off the bus to pose for selfies.

https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1131251822797238274

 In a final tweet, Kassam pointed out that The Sun editor, Tom Newton Dunn, is the son of former Member of the European Parliament Bill Newton Dunn. Bill Newton Dunn was a member of the Conservative Party who later switched to the Liberal Democrats party. This coverage of the Brexit event suggests some degree of political bias given that the Lib Dems are only at 19 percent in the polls, while the Brexit Party is firmly in first place at 37 percent.

https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1131252221516091392

If these polls stay intact come election time on May 23, 2019, Farage’s Brexit Party will be the largest single party in the European Parliament.

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Unhinged Antifa Mob Attacks Anti-Pedophilia Protesters in Ireland

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On July 11, 2020, a group of deranged Antifa activists attacked an anti-pedophilia demonstration in Dublin, Ireland.

The “March or Innocence” rally was held outside the Leinster House, Ireland’s parliament, protesting a bill that would allow 16-year-old children and younger to “change their gender.”

Conservative commentator Paul Joseph Watson tweeted, “Imagine protesting against an anti-pedophilia event.”

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The protesters were also demanding that the Minister of Children Roderic O’Gorman resign for taking a picture with LGBT activist Peter Tatchell at a Gay Pride march in 2018.

O’Gorman asserted that he was not aware of Tatchell’s views on children and sex when the photo was taken.

“I met Peter Tatchell once and took a photo. That was the only time I have met him. I know of him as someone who stood up for LGBT people in countries where their rights were threatened,” he said.

“I was surprised to read some of the quotes from the 90s, which I had not read before. Any of those views would be completely abhorrent to ne, I’m glad to see he’s clarified and explained that what is being alleged isn’t his view.

Although the incident did not escalate, this goes to show the lengths politically correct mobs will go to move their social agenda forward.

Many traditionalists have proven to be prescient when it came to their fears that the legalization of gay marriage would lead to explicit pro-pedophilia advocacy.

The Right around the world will need to be on guard for this next front is the war to subvert traditional values.

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