Andy Ngô does it again. The independent journalist who gained fame for reporting real news and truth during Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM) riots of 2020 is mainstream media’s worst nightmare.
Using his favorite weapon, TRUTH, he exposed a liberal Boston area newspaper for their trickery in attempt to portray a group of white, male militia members as being responsible for an incident that involved a standoff between police and Black militia members in a suburb of Boston on July 3rd.
The betraying offender is the Jerusalem Post:
“Residents in a suburban Boston neighborhood were asked to ‘shelter in place’ early Saturday as an armed standoff between 8 to 10 militia members and police forced the closure of a US interstate highway.”
This is the photo the dishonest publication used to promote the false narrative that the “unnamed militia” were a group of white guys wearing confederate flag badges. The AP photo the Jerusalem Post used for their article on the incident that took place on July 4, 2021 was actually from the 2016 Charlottesville, NC riots.
Police took two individuals into custody before dawn and at least one gun was recovered during the standoff that started after 1 a.m. along Interstate 95 in Wakefield, a city about 14 miles north of Boston.
A Massachusetts State Police officer pulled over two vehicles with about 10 people wearing military-style clothes and carrying rifles and pistols, according to local police.
The cars stopped in a breakdown lane and the group’s leader told police that they were traveling from Rhode Island to Maine for “training,” police said in a news conference.
When the officer asked for identification and permits for the weapons, they refused, baled out of the vehicles and scattered into the nearby woods, still armed, police said.
No shots or injuries were reported but police indicated that the group self-identifies as a “militia.”
Over the weekend, the leftist Jerusalem Post protrayed President Donald J. Trump’s rally in Sarasota, Florida with great bias. While the successful and patriotic event brought in a crowd of at least 25,000, this is how they reported the long lines of people going to the venue:
From the Jerusalem Post – Trump is likely to berate President Joe Biden, repeat his false claim that he lost the 2020 election due to fraud, and urge his supporters to back his allies in their midterm campaigns as Republicans fight to take back control of Congress from the Democratic Party next year.
Kudos to Andy Ngô for discovering the obvious deceit by the Jerusalem Post, who dishonestly tried to trick their readers into believing the militia involved in the Boston neighborhood standoff was a bunch of white, racist guys with guns.
Ngô also posted actual photos of the black members of the militia involved in the standoff in a tweet: