Protestors Confront White House Correspondents’ Dinner


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27 Apr 2024

As corporate media members enter the venue for the annual White House Correspondents’ dinner today, anti-genocide protestors are literally in their faces over the mainstream media covering for Israel.

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Anti-genocide protestor holds ‘CNN-Criminal News Network’ sign while confronting media as they arrive for White House Correspondents’ dinner on Sat 27 Apr 2024, with ‘Thank you WikiLeaks’ banner in the background.  (News2Share screenshot)



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One Response to “Protestors Confront White House Correspondents’ Dinner”

  1. To these protesters and demonstrators I’d send the same message I just sent to the World Federalist Movement, who also criticize what the Biden administration is doing. They talk of the ‘dirty tricks’ practiced by Biden and his team.

    AL WARS in the world today are the result of DIRTY TRICKS.

    It is ABSURD and shows a lack of understanding, to expect it to be any other way.

    The war industry and the Armed Forces – which you approve of – only functions through politicians DIRTY TRICKS.

    People are dying as a result of military activity in MANY countries. It is totally ILLOGICAL to concentrate on the Israel-Palestine war.

    As WORLD FEDERALISTS, you should feel ashamed.

    President HUFUD

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