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Photographer looks for white supremacists finds anarchists


According to an opinion editorial in the New York Times, when photographer Jeremy Lee Quinn dressed in black and went undercover to photograph looting taking place at a Black Lives Matter protest, he was expecting to find white supremacists. Instead, to his surprise, he discovered that left-wing anarchists were behind the May 31 protest in Santa Monica.

The Daily Caller explains:

Jeremy Lee Quinn started photographing a Black Lives Matter protest in Santa Monica, California, May 31 when someone notified him that people were looting a nearby shoe store, New York Times’ editorial board member Farah Stockman wrote in a Wednesday column. When Quinn arrived, he saw young people running out of the store carrying shoeboxes while a group of black-clad men wearing masks behaved like supervisors as the store was looted.

Quinn witnessed a black-clad white man break a store window with a crowbar the following day, though he didn’t take anything from the shop, Stockman wrote. [Was he setting the store up for looting?]

After reviewing videos of looting across the country, Quinn noticed similar groups of masked black-clad supervisors, so he dressed the same way and attended a protest, Stockman wrote. Quinn thought the supervisors would be tied to white supremacy groups, instead, he found a group of “insurrectionary anarchists.”

READ: Photographer Went Undercover With Looters Expecting To Find White Supremacists. Instead, He Found Anarchists

Oh, then there was this tweet:

But if the riots have been taken over by white left-wing anarchists, it may explain this:

And this:

Angela Stanton King @theangiestanton·

The Black community in MN is calling out white Antifa members for starting the riots and destroying their communities. I keep telling y’all these white liberals are not our friends.  #Democrats #GeorgeFloyd#minneapolis https://twitter.com/i/status/1266481829592399872

— Angela Stanton King (@theangiestanton) May 29, 2020

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