@BreitbartNews And @TownHallcom Censor @AnnCoulter to Cover Up Anti-Trump Hate Crimes

Charles C. Johnson, Got News, June 22, 2017

Breitbart News and Town Hall censored an Ann Coulter column on Wednesday to help the mainstream media cover up 200 hate crimes committed against supporters of President Donald J. Trump, as documented by American Renaissance.

Coulter’s Wednesday column—entitled “The Left Has One More Argument: Kill Them All!”—which The Daily Caller published in full, assails the mainstream media for neglecting to mention politically-motivated acts of violence against Trump supporters.

Breitbart News and Town Hall ran the same, censored version of the Coulter column without the link to American Renaissance’s anti-Trump hate map.

Read The Daily Caller’s truthful version of the Coulter article that doesn’t kowtow to leftist enemies:

In the past year, there have been at least a hundred physical attacks on Trump supporters or presumed Trump supporters. The mainstream media have ignored them all. (You can click the Anti-Trump Hate Map to see some of them here.)

Alex Marlow is the editor-in-chief of Breitbart News. Katie Pavlich is the editor of Town Hall. Let them know what you think about politically-correct censorship.

This is not the first time Marlow demanded authors strip an article of any reference to American Renaissance. When Bill Kristol told an American Enterprise Institute audience that “lazy, spoiled” working class whites should be replaced by Third World migrants in February, Marlow sent out a frantic, all-caps Slack message to the entire company, ordering reporters not to make a single reference to American Renaissance’s original reporting, sources inform GotNews.

Unlike the lying mainstream media and their water carriers, GotNews does not censor the truth.

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