Rep. Jerry Nadler Says Antifa Violence Happening In Portland For Over 60 Days Is A “Myth” (VIDEO)

Anyone who has even glanced at a TV or the internet for the last two months knows that Portland is a wreck.

Far left radicals have spent every night for the last 60 nights turning the city into a war zone and attacking the federal courthouse there.

Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York was recent asked about this and he actually called it a “myth.”

That’s right, the man who pushed the Russia hoax for three years said the violence in Portland is a myth.

The Federalist reports:

Rep. Jerry Nadler Brushes Off Antifa Violence As A ‘Myth’

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New York Democratic Congressman Jerry Nadler chalked up the recent epidemic of Antifa violence in Portland as nothing more than right-wing myth on Sunday when asked about his thoughts over a militant mob terrorizing one of the nation’s largest cities.

“Do you disavow the violence from Antifa?” asked writer-producer Austen Fletcher.

“That’s a myth that’s been spread only in Washington D.C.” Nadler asserted.

“About Antifa in Portland?” Fletcher clarified.

“Yes.”

The House Judiciary chairman was then shuffled away from the interview by staff as Fletcher continued to explain the situation unfolding in the Pacific Northwest.

“Sir, there’s videos everywhere online. There’s fires and riots. They’re throwing fireworks at federal officers. DHS is there. Look online, it gets crazy Mr. Nadler.”

Watch the video:

Does Nadler really expect us to believe this is a myth?

Nadler is an insult to the office he holds.

 

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