Shocking: Study Finds Close Working Relationship Between Antifa And Many Top Journalists

(Tea Party PAC) – Many mainstream journalists from outlets such as The Guardian, Vox, and others, have a working relationship with members of Antifa according to the work of one researcher.

Dr. Eoin Lenihan, Red State reports, mapped the social interactions of 58,54 Antifa accounts on Twitter and came to this stunning conclusion.

Lenihan posted his findings on Twitter, complete with charts displaying his findings.

He then reduced that dataset to only 1.65 percent of the total, which left just the accounts that are most connected to the various official Antifa accounts with a minimum eight connections or more.

Lenihan says that some had far more than just eight.

As the data was revealed, Lenihan found that more than a few journalists had quite a few connections to Antifa.

The journalists with verified Twitter accounts are highlighted in green. Some of these names are rather major names, too. His first tweets focuses on a writer for The Guardian.

Another name that popped out was an investigator for the Southern Poverty Law Center, Michael Edison Hayden.

There is also a senior writer from the Huffington Post, who just so happens to be known for doxing alleged member of the “far-right” without even confirming who they are.

His actions have led to the doxxing of an innocent man.

This author, Mathias, seems to be the most connected to Antifa.

HuffPo’s relationship with doxers appears to be an intimate one. Lenihan claims that he was in contact with doxers who had a working relationship with a reporter for HuffPo.

These doxers were apparently paid to find out personal information about suspected members of the alt-right on behalf of HuffPo.

One doxer even admitted that they’d provided the outlet with information about someone they knew wasn’t even a Nazi at all.

“So not only are some of the journalists who are writing hit pieces and spreading radical leftist ideas from prominent publications attached to an official domestic terrorist group,” Red State sumizes, “at least one journalist is paying to have information gathered about various people and using it to attack them. Furthermore, it doesn’t matter if these people are confirmed as alt-right figures or not, the attacks happen anyway.”

“This is stunning information, yet not surprising,” they conclude.

Absolutely not surprising.