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WATCH: Damning new real-time video perfectly debunks Congressman Jerry Nadler’s claim that Antifa violence is ‘a myth’

Wow, Nadler won't want anyone seeing this...

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At this point now, I am sure New York Democrat Congressman Jerry Nadler regrets having that conservation yesterday when he and a conservative pundit discussed the undeniable violence in Portland, Oregon.

What a PR mess that has turned out to be for Mr. Nadler.

Not only is he trending #1 on Twitter for claiming that “Antifa violence” is a “myth” and suggested that it’s a “rumor” being circulated by President Donald Trump, but a new video has popped up that literally debunks his claims in real-time.

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That’s right: as Nadler stands there telling a conservative blogger that the violence in Portland isn’t real, videos of the actual violence in Portland plays above his little troll head. You can watch the video below:

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It’s hard to tell if Nadler is just a senile old goof who actually hasn’t watched any of the videos coming out of Portland and Seattle and other areas of the country, or if he has seen them and is trying to run some insanely stupid propaganda game.

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Either way, we have a sneaky feeling he’ll be seeing this video and he won’t be happy about it.

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Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF from 1987-1995; he saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield. The father of three, he's the host of "The Wayne Dupree Show."

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