This is Buzzfeed journalism, otherwise known as garbage news. Buzzfeed is, of course, the epitome of fake news. It is notorious for publishing fake documents, i.e., the Trump dossier, without bothering to get any proof of their authenticity. Anything that fits their hard-left agenda is fit to print for Buzzfeed, no matter how false it is.
After I did an article on no-go zones in France, “a fake news reporter”, Rachael Krishna, did a smear piece on me over at the increasingly irrelevant Buzzfeed blog. She did not contact me for comment before the piece ran. The fake news reporter is claiming that there are no no-go zones, that all is perfectly sublime in France after a week of violent rioting.
After the article was published, the “reporter” wrote:
From: Rachael Krishna
Hi Pamela my name is Rachael I work for BuzzFeed,
We are currently writing about the reaction to your piece which states there are no-go zones across France? As you might be aware this has received some backlash and I was wondering if you wished to comment.
To which I responded:
From: Pamela Geller
There were numerous news reports. You failed to mention them. Why?
You ran the article without comment from me? Did Buzzfeed teach you to do that? Run a whole article on a person and not get comment from them?
The incidents I reported on in Paris all came from published reports in recognized mainstream news outlets. Scapegoating me for passing on those reports is typical of an establishment media that is bent on covering up the havoc that Muslim migrants are wreaking in France and elsewhere in Europe. The rioting in Paris was abundantly documented by numerous establishment news services. Numerous videos have been published. Taking pictures of areas in Paris to which the riots did not spread and using them to claim that there were no riots is the height of dishonesty from a mainstream media that is being increasingly exposed for the leftist propaganda organ that it really is.
Yours in liberty,
Editor-in-Chief. The Geller Report
President, American Freedom Defense Initiative
I also ran video on the Seine-Saint-Denis riots here. Is Buzzfeed actually claiming that this footage is faked? Does Rachael Krishna think I have a soundstage on Long Island where I hire extras to pretend they are Muslims rioting in Paris, so as to fool right-wingers? Do they really expect anyone to believe their claim that all is well in Paris and that I made it all up? Anyone who has been there recently knows.
An Anti-Islamic Commentator Said There Were No-Go Zones In Paris And Got Dragged For It
Marie Kirschen, BuzzFeed News, France and Rachael Krishna BuzzFeed News Reporter
In her article, Geller mentioned the urban violence that took place in support of an alleged rape victim during his arrest on Feb. 2 by the police in Seine-Saint-Denis. She also said news vans were set on fire during a demonstration on Feb. 11.
She highlighted a series of areas across France that she claimed had seen “mass riots,” and referred to French President François Hollande as “Prime Minister.”
— Pamela Geller (@PamelaGeller) February 16, 2017
There’s more but don’t go over there unless you’re up for a shower afterward.