Leftist Activists Get Kicked Out Of A Food Court, But Not Before Showing Porn To A Reporter

Alex Pfeiffer, Daily Caller, February 2, 2017

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The DC Antifascist Coalition had booked a room at the National Press Club to hold a press conference in which they would unveil damaging information about O’Keefe and his group Project Veritas.

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The National Press Club, however, did not want the anti-fascist organization to use their facilities as they were concerned for their safety.

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The activists now unable to use the press briefing room they booked moved to the food court of the National Press Building.

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It was liberal activist Daryle Lamont Jenkins turn to speak. Jenkins is the executive director of the One People’s Project, which seeks to expose white supremacists in the conservative movement. Jenkins proceeded to speak about a photo he released in 2010 of O’Keefe at a conference which included white nationalist Jared Taylor.

Jenkins decided to show this photo to the journalists present at the food court table and turned his iPad around horizontally. This reporter was seated across Jenkins when he turned his iPad around and the photo of O’Keefe became a thumbnail in Jenkins’ downloads folder surrounded by dozens of thumbnails of pornographic videos.

Jenkins showed off his porn collection for around 20 seconds before turning his iPad back towards him and exclaiming, “What the hell?” Most of the thumbnails appeared to be of white women in compromised positions. Jenkins went on to talk about his efforts to “beat back” racists in American society.

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Then the security guard told us our time was up and we had to leave to the food court.

The Daily Caller asked Jenkins after the event if the other thumbnails on his iPad’s downloads folder were indeed porn, and he nervously denied that this was the case. Jenkins said that they were videos he had shot himself on his device. When TheDC asked to see them again, Jenkins said he wouldn’t show them because he claimed the videos were of protests, and some of the people in them wouldn’t want to be seen.

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