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BLM 'Embedded Journalist' Ringleader That Organized Deadly Capital Riots Now Denounced By BLM Pals As Media False Flag Agent


'We Did It!': CNN's Jade Sacker caught celebrating with BLM instigator John Sullivan during Capitol riots

The rush is on at CNN, NPR, and NBC to distance themselves from Jade Sacker, a photojournalist who has worked extensively with these mainstream media outlets. Her videos are being systematically removed from websites and YouTube channels after news broke that she was directly involved in the instigation of riots at Capitol Hill on January 6th.
The video, streamed by Black Lives Matter leader John Earle Sullivan, shows Sacker and him giddy following the shooting death of Ashli Babbit. Shortly afterwards, CNN host Anderson Cooper interview the two as they portrayed the events at the Capitol as a direct results of right-wing extremists

After the Capitol was stormed John Sullivan appeared with CNN photojournalist Jade Sacker on CNN that night. CNN did not identify Sullivan as an Antifa-BLM protest leader. They mention Insurgence, USA but not that it is a radical leftist organization. They do not mention that Sullivan was arrested in Utah during unrest in 2020. CNN did not reveal that the two were working together inside the US Capitol. Jade Sacker has done work for NPR, CNN, NBC and other liberal outlets.

Outrage is spreading across social media as the video goes viral. The death of Babbitt appears to be directly connected to the instigators of the riots. Some are saying it was a "false flag" event planned out well ahead of time.

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