New York Times Journalist Says Property Destruction is Non-Violent

 

A journalist for the New York Times recently claimed that the destruction of property we are seeing is not violence.

According to The Daily Caller:

New York Times writer Nikole Hannah-Jones defended rioting as a reasonable response to George Floyd’s death, and dismissed concerns about property destruction, saying property “can be replaced.”

“Destroying property which can be replaced is not violence,” Hannah-Jones told CBS News Tuesday. “I think any reasonable person would say we shouldn’t be destroying other people’s property. But these are not reasonable times.”

“These are people who have protested against police violence again and again and again, year after year after year, and still we can have videos of law enforcement, with witnesses nonchalantly taking the life of — of man for the alleged crime of passing a fake $20 bill,” she continued. So when we have people who say that people should respect the law, they’re not respecting the law because the law is not respecting them. You can’t say that — that regular citizens should play by all of the rules when agents of the state are clearly are not.”

Hannah-Jones has repeatedly defended the actions of rioters and looters, referring to looting as a “symbolic taking,” during a CNN interview Monday.

Hannah-Jones is the lead writer on the “1619 Project” which won a Pulitzer Prize despite being criticized as being historically inaccurate by countless historians.


Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

By submitting this form, I hereby consent to TrumpTrainNews.com's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which permits TrumpTrainNews.com and its affiliates to contact me.