Unfortunately, it isn’t surprising that Democrat terrorists, aka Antifa, terrorized the Washington, DC home of Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley. Equally unfortunately, it isn’t surprising that the Washington Post had a different perspective on the event. According to the Post, “activists said they had staged a peaceful vigil on Monday night to protest a GOP plan to object to Congress’s certification of the presidential electoral vote this week. On the sidewalk in a Northern Virginia suburb, a group of 15 people chanted while holding candles and signs saying, ‘Protect democracy.'”

This tweet tells a different story:


Now Antifa is changing their story:


This was written by the Washington Post ‘reporter’:

Demonstrators with ShutDownDC, which organized the protest, told The Washington Post that they did not engage in vandalism or even knock on Hawley’s door. A 50-minute video shared by the group shows protesters writing in chalk on the sidewalk, chanting through a megaphone and at one point leaving a copy of the Constitution on Hawley’s doorstep.

“This was not threatening behavior,” said Patrick Young, a ShutDownDC organizer. “This is people engaging in democracy and engaging in civil discourse. … This was a pretty tame and peaceful visit to his house.”

The video speaks for itself. The Washington Post didn’t tell the truth. Period. Full stop.

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