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Media portrays known extremists as community organizers at Trayvon protests


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CBS Philadelphia’s “local resident.”

CBS Philadelphia cherry picked Daryle Jenkins to interview about Trayvon Martin. He is described on their website as “local resident.”

Jenkins is a main leader of the US version of the loose knit international violent Marxist gang network known as ARA/Antifa. His “One People’s Project” is an umbrella website for the gang that encourages criminal activity. Jenkins comically claims that no Trayvon Martin supporters have engaged in violence.

Read more about Daryl Jenkins here.

 

 

Quanell X

Quanell X

Meanwhile in Houston, the New Black Panther Party [NBPP] led a protest in Houston that turned violent and blocked traffic. NBPP Texas leader Quanell X, a convicted crack dealer, was leading the protest. Quanell X has a known history of inciting racial hatred with his incendiary street theater. The local NBC affiliate in Houston reported on the protest. The staff of network affiliate knows who Quanell X is, because they have reported on him before on dozens of occasions. Yet they censor any mention of the NBPP. On their website they call Quanell X a “community activist.”

Read more about the incident.

Trayvon Martin supporters blocking traffic on I-288 in Houston during NBPP led protest.

Trayvon Martin supporters blocking traffic on I-288 in Houston during NBPP led protest.