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WaPo Fails to Cover Radical Jew-Hating Candidate’s Anti-Semitism in Northern Virginia House Race

The paper is disinterested in this case of anti-Semitism.

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Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post has several reporters dedicated to covering politics in Northern Virginia, where a son of Palestinian refugees and virulent anti-Semite is running for a seat in Virginia’s House of Delegates.

First reported by Big League PoliticsHouse of Delegates candidate for Virginia’s 86th District Ibraheem Samirah said giving money to Israel is worse than donating to the Ku Klux Klan, and hoped that former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon would “burn” upon his death.

The paper, and those reporters referenced above, seem disinterested in covering this anti-Jewish hatred before Tuesday’s special election.

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One might think the paper would be interested, considering that WaPo prattled on about former gubernatorial U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart’s ties to “white supremacists” in pieces here, here, here, here, and here, among many others, despite the fact that Stewart did far less to earn that criticism than Samirah.

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Samirah even publicly apologized for his remarks, though he characterized our verbatim reporting on his own words as a “slander campaign.”

None of this, apparently, has grabbed the attention of WaPo’s political reporters in Northern Virginia.

The one piece that mentioned Samirah, mentioned him only in passing.

In a report regarding Democratic Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, embattled in a sexual assault scandalThe Post’s Jenna Portnoy, Greg Schneider, and Laura Vozzella said that Samirah “would rather talk about health care, education and traffic than the chaos engulfing the party.”

Surely, he would.

BLP reached out to Portnoy to ask why the standard seems to be different for alleged anti-Semitism depending on party affiliation. That was our intention at least, until Portnoy brashly referred us to WaPo’s public relations team and hung up the phone.

We also reached out to Vozzella and two other reporters who have previously covered Northern Virginia politics, Antonio Olivo and Meagan Flynn, but received no response.

Samirah’s Republican opponent, Air Force Veteran Gregg Nelson, has roundly condemned Samirah’s anti-Semitism.

“The Anti-Semitic statements made by Dr. Samirah have no place in society. The constituents of District 86 deserve better. I’m pleased to hear that officials have seemingly taken notice of the hatred that Dr. Samirah has spread,” he said.


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PATHETIC: Reason Magazine Calls Proud Boys ‘White Nationalist’ and Criticizes President Trump for Not Condemning Them

Reason Magazine lies again.

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The smear merchants are out in full force after President Donald Trump refused to condemn the Proud Boys at the first presidential debate on Tuesday night.

The controversial clip can be seen here:

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Although President Trump said he would disavow white supremacist groups, he would not disavow the Proud Boys, who are led by a dark-skinned Cuban man, or militia forces, who have defended property when cops were ordered not to do so in left-wing sustained riot situations.

Perhaps the most pathetic attack against President Trump comes from Reason Magazine, the globalist propaganda rag funded by the Koch network. Reason associate editor Scott Shackford lied about the Proud Boys, calling them a “white nationalist” group, and lied about President Trump, implying that he refused to disavow white supremacy, in his cheap smear piece.

“Trump still, unlike Biden, seems unable to repudiate violence from people who support him,” Shackford wrote.

Reason was immediately taken to task by their own libertarian-leaning fan base, who may not support President Trump but aren’t willing to accept blatantly false propaganda about the man.

“The Proud Boys are not “white nationalists.” Why lead with something so demonstrably untrue?” wrote commenter Geiger Goldstaedt.

“Given that they welcome people of color into their group and have zero white nationalist causes. I will take a person’s word for it whether they are white nationalist. It’s not exactly a cause that’s easy to stumble into,” wrote Ben of Houston.

“Reason’s race-baiting false witness is a sin and malignant societal cancer. They are scum,” buybuydandavis wrote.

They were similarly eviscerated on social media:

Big League Politics has reported on how Proud Boys have done nothing wrong except support Trump and defend themselves against ANTIFA terrorists. Group members have paid a steep price for their patriotic activity:

Two “Proud Boys” members were sentenced to four years in prison by a Manhattan judge on Tuesday after they defended themselves against ANTIFA terrorists who attacked a New York event featuring their leader, Gavin McInnes, over a year ago.

Big League Politics covered the scene last year when ANTIFA terrorists defaced the Metropolitan Republican Club (MET) in an attempt to threaten the organizers into canceling the event the day before it was scheduled to commence. They threatened to return and use violence if the MET went on with the event.

When the MET refused to bow to the will of the domestic terrorists, ANTIFA showed up yet again and provoked event attendees with violence…

In the aftermath, ANTIFA terrorists escaped charges while examples were made out of the Proud Boys. The fake news media invented a narrative that the Proud Boys were the provocateurs, which was seized upon by liberal city and state officials, and the result was a show trial where two Proud Boys ended up being convicted and sentenced to prison terms for self-defense.

Maxwell Hare, 27, and John Kinsman, 40, were each sentenced to four years in prison by Justice Mark Dwyer, who made clear in his remarks that his ruling was meant to send a political message.

“It’s a shame when some people jump up and down on a platform,” Dwyer said, referring to McInnes, “and their followers, their soldiers, get into trouble.”

“I’m not sure the most moral responsibility belongs to these two defendants,” he added.

Dwyer also made a thinly-veiled reference comparing the Proud Boys to Nazi streetfighters in 1930s Germany.

“I know enough about history to know what happened in Europe in the ’30s when political street brawls were allowed to go ahead,” Dwyer said during the sentencing. “We don’t want that to happen in New York.”

10 Proud Boys members were charged as a result of their response to the coordinated ANTIFA terror attack on the MET last year. Seven ended up taking plea deals while one other individual is still awaiting trial.

“This is pure clown world. The fake news is leading to real sentences,” McInnes explained in his response video to the sentencing.

President Trump showed courage by refusing to throw the Proud Boys under the bus. He should continue to reject the fake news media’s games and call out ANTIFA as the real terror threat.

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