Paul Joseph Watson: The Notre Dame fire, and how BuzzFeed ran defense for vile people who celebrated it

BuzzFeed caught in huge lie about Notre Dame fire: Claims video showing Muzzies reacting with smiley emojis was “hoax” when it was 100% legit

BuzzFeed lied about the reaction to the Notre Dame fire by claiming that a perfectly legitimate video showing respondents posting smiley emoticons in response to the blaze was a ‘hoax’.

It wasn’t a hoax.

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In an article entitled Here Are The Hoaxes And Misinformation About The Notre Dame Fire, BuzzFeed’s Jane Lytvynenko wrote the following;

“IWs contributor Paul Joseph Watson tweeted a link to video that claims to show Muslim people celebrating the fire. Watson was amplifying content from a far-right personality named Damien Rieu.”

“Critically, the video in question does not show what people on Facebook were reacting to. It’s also difficult to know the religion of each person reacting to a video en mass. So we really have no idea what was going on here, and there is no proof to back up this claim.”

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This is an outright lie. The video in question does show what people on Facebook were reacting to.

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h/t Voluntaryist

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