Sunday, 5 November 2017

Antifa Gang Attacking Elderly White Woman As She Exits Church Is Fake News

An Antifa gang attacking an elderly white woman as she exited a church is fake news. There is no truth to a report that an elderly white woman was violently attacked by a gang of Antifa members.

Where did this fake news originate? The Last Line of Defense published the fake news article reporting that an Antifa gang had beat an old woman after she left church. You can read the fake news below.

The mainstream media remains silent as the liberal terrorist organization “Antifa” makes good on their promise to spent the anniversary of Donald Trump’s election “making white people pay” for overwhelmingly making him President.

Already there are reports of arson, at least one casualty, and even a kidnapping in Antifa’s “civil war” against white Christians. One victim of the Left’s attacks was Mabel Gouldman, a Catholic woman who had stopped at Saint Margaret’s Parish in Cambridge, Massachussetts for confession Saturday afternoon.

According to local news reports, 97-year-old Gouldman was “beset upon by four armed thugs wearing black scarves and hoods to conceal their identity.” The four attackers beat Ms. Gouldman with a crowbar, kicking her when she was on the ground.

Witnesses claim that one of the attackers shouted “[expletive deleted] Donald Trump!” while another got in Gouldman’s face after they beat her bloody and screamed “that’s what you get for being white, you [expletive deleted]!”

However, there is no truth to the above story. While being unable to pinpoint the exact use of the above used in the fake news article, you can see the results of its usages here. There have also been no news reports documenting that a “Mabel Gouldman” was kidnapped.

The Last Line of Defense is a fake news site whose owner and main writer is self-professed liberal troll Christopher Blair, a man from Maine who has made it his full time job to troll gullible conservatives and President Donald Trump supporters into liking and sharing his articles, according to Hoax Alert.

Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.

Finally, The Last Line of Defense carries the following disclaimer on its website:

DISCLAIMER: America’s Last Line of Defense is a satirical publication that may sometimes appear to be telling the truth. We assure you that’s not the case. We present fiction as fact and our sources don’t actually exist. Names that represent actual people and places are purely coincidental and all images should be considered altered and do not in any way depict reality.

In other words, if you believe this crap you’re a real dumbass.

What did you think of the fake news that an Antifa gang attacked an elderly white woman as she exited a church? Did you believe the fake news or see people sharing it falsely on social media? Let us know in the comments section.

Source: B2C

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