Bay Area TV Anchor: "I Experienced Hate First Hand Today In Berkeley" From Antifa

from ZeroHedge:

After the media lashed out at right-wing extremists in the aftermath of the tragic violence in Charlottesville, the tide now appears to be turning against the all-black-clad "Antifa."

For the first time since the campaigns began late last year and protests broke out, The Washington Post unleashed this shocking headline.

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All told, the Associated Press reported at least five individuals were attacked. An AP reporter witnessed the assaults.

Berkeley Police’s Lt. Joe Okies told The Washington Post the rally resulted in “13 arrests on a range of charges including assault with a deadly weapon, obstructing a police officer, and various Berkeley municipal code violations.”

But it's not just WaPo that is exposing some truth. Well known Bay Area TV personality, Frank Somerville - KTVU anchor - took to Facebook this weekend to explain what happened to him when he took a day trip to Berkeley.

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Before he starts, he notes...

"My wife told me I'm going to get crucified by posting this. I told her I didn't care. This is what happened. This is what I saw. This is what I experienced. This is the truth. Period.

 

If people dont want to hear the truth thats not my problem. I have no agenda. Im just saying that this is what happened to me today, think about it. And make your own decision."

And judging by the 2800 comments and 10s of 1000s of 'shares', Somerville's report (below) struck more than a chord...

I experienced hate first hand today... It came from these people dressed in all black at a protest in Berkeley.

Ironically they were all chanting about NO hate.

Some had shields and gloves. Some had helmets. Some had gas masks.

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