Ugh. Here we go again. The 2nd Amendment rally in Virginia is about to pop off and the media is going to try to misrepresent it as much as possible.
Read what professional 'conspiracy debunker' Ben Collins of NBC is advising journalists about Virginia.— Amazing Polly (@99freemind) January 19, 2020
Ben says that reporters should NOT believe police if police say that there are Antifa member disguised as neo-nazis!!#fakenews pic.twitter.com/PQT4pRwtnT
So, call a gun rights rally a white nationalist rally, and if anyone that looks like antifa attacks, call them white nationalists. That’s how the news works these days.
Tomorrow isn't a "white nationalist rally" but you're here to tell those of us who will actually be covering it to be careful about accuracy? Are you joking?— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) January 19, 2020
He deleted it after getting a lot of criticism online:
Retweet if you know Ben Collins doesn't mean well. pic.twitter.com/2aW7Rrkl0B— Memelord (@dailydigger19) January 19, 2020
I think we should all hope and pray that everyone stays safe at the rally where there are sure to be very tense interactions. And we want responsible reporting, not just one-sided biased reports, which is kinda what this guy appeared to be calling for…