CNN’s Kamau Bell Praises Antifa Violence as ‘Messy,’ ‘Beautiful’

CNN’s Kamau Bell Praises Antifa Violence as ‘Messy,’ ‘Beautiful’

May 20, 2021

On a recent segment of his CNN show United Shades of America, racist radical W. Kamau Bell downplayed the anarchist violence of the domestic terror group Antifa, stating cavalierly that sometimes “people get hurt, property gets damaged, and things get confusing.”

Bell claimed that the right-wing, confronted by police brutality in the news, “pulled a bait-and-switch, and returned to an old boogeyman: Antifa.”

Calling Antifa a “boogeyman” is in line with the supportive left’s lie that it is merely an “idea,” not an organization or movement. That is the left’s aim: to provide cover for these decentralized bands of leftist shock troops who have wreaked millions of dollars of damage and assaulted countless innocents with deadly weapons.

“Look, this fighting for democracy and against fascism thing has always been a messy business,” Bell continued. “And, yes, people get hurt, property gets damaged, and things get confusing.”

Oh, so now Antifa’s not a boogeyman; it’s real, and violently destructive, but it’s the kind of political violence and destruction of which Bell approves. So that’s okay.

In a Monday op-ed on CNN, Bell reiterated his support for Antifa’s brand of terrorism, calling it “beautiful: “And until power accepts demands worded like, ‘Please give us justice!’ or, ‘If you wouldn’t mind not oppressing us, we’d sure appreciate it,’ then protesting in ways that are loud, inconvenient, messy, damaging, and often beautiful is how Americans who believe in justice and joy will get those in power to act right,” he wrote.

Bell can spout his revolutionary, anti-American and pro-terrorism hate in any mainstream media outlet and it only boosts his profile. Contrast that with the apoplectic outrage from the left’s Cancel Culture if a Fox News host described the so-called “insurrection” at the Capitol on Jan. 6 as merely “inconvenient and messy” but “beautiful.”

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