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Los Angeles Times Columnist Runs to CNN, Smears Larry Elder as a “White Supremacist” Two Days Before CA Recall Election (VIDEO)

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The media is truly the enemy of the people.

Los Angeles Times columnist Jean Guerrero on Sunday doubled down and said black California Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder is the “black face of white supremacy.”

CNN’s talking potato Brian Stelter allowed the LA Times reporter to accuse Larry Elder of “being the black face of white supremacy” and a “danger to communities of color” without pushing back on her.

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VIDEO:

Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder was attacked by a violent white liberal wearing a gorilla mask last week.

A racist woman wearing a gorilla mask threw an egg at Larry Elder and physically assaulted his staffers.

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CNN didn’t even cover the racist attack and the Los Angeles Times downplayed the assault by reporting Larry Elder ‘cut his Venice homeless encampment tour after hostile reception.’

After downplaying the racist attack, the paper posted a misleading photo to make it look like Larry Elder was slapping a woman.

This is the photo the LA Times used in their article about the attack on Larry Elder:

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