From the BNP website...
The shocking incident, which saw a crazed gunman shoot Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and nineteen others, six of them fatally, was initially blamed on “right wing extremists.”
The media in America, and here in Britain, then claimed that the shooter, Jared Lee Loughner, was linked to the patriotic American Renaissance organisation, based on what was claimed to be a memo from the American government’s Department of Homeland Security.
This story was latched onto by the Daily Mail in London, and repeated unquestioningly.
Finally, the far left Communist party front organisation, Searchlight/Hope not Hate repeated the allegations and threw in the British National Party for good measure because Nick Griffin had addressed an American Renaissance meeting in the past.
Now, however, it has been revealed that there was no such memo and that the Department of Homeland Security has “not established any such a possibility,” as reported by the Washington Post.
Furthermore, the news that the shooter was Jewish and was known amongst friends as a left-wing radical, has further undermined the spurious attempt to drag American Renaissance, and by implication, the British National Party, into the story.
This is the sort of twisted, deviant lying which we have come to expect as normal from the extremist communists in Searchlight/Hope not Hate, but it is a worrying trend when such obvious lies and malicious smears are repeated by parts of the mainstream media.
It is precisely this sort of undemocratic lynch-mob mentality which has come to mark the “democracy” as practised by the far left: a vicious hypocrisy which reveals itself to be the worst of the fascism which they claim to oppose.