The link to the article was found during an internet archive search of Clark’s personal website for the weeks leading up to her becoming the Democrats’ new House Whip earlier this month
Found linked to the ‘Inside the News’ section of Clark’s personal website, The Boston Globe article, dated June 14th, 2020, which praised and glorified Antifa rioters for their ‘Summer of Love’ exploits shows up in all of the archived records of Clark’s website – that is until right around December 9th.
After that, the story mysteriously vanished from the historical index of past articles Clarke had posted over the past year or so.
Our stellar Veracity Report research team found the actual article in the Boston Globe archives, and we’ve linked it for you here in its entirety:
Defund the police makes some Democrats uncomfortable. That’s the point, activists say
By Jess Bidgood Globe Staff, Updated June 14, 2020, 6:15 p.m.
Clark, now the second highest-ranking Democrat in the US House of Representatives, appears to have taken the link down in an attempt to conceal her complicity with radical Antifa terrorist activity.
This was only further evidenced by the events in Atlanta last week when a group of Antifa radicals attacked and physically hurt several Atlanta Police Officers who responded to the group’s wildly destructive and reckless vandalism which included throwing bricks and bottles, some of which they lighted and tossed as Molotov Cocktails.
What’s more, of the seven who were eventually arrested and charged with domestic terrorism, only one of them was actually from Georgia. The others traveled to Atlanta from all over the country to participate in the riot.
In the article, which features Clark and her views on violence, Clark defended the Democrats’ 2020 police reform bill called the ‘Justice in Policing Act,’ as:
“…a beginning, not an end” and that it is worth exploring “…how we allocate our resources to move police from being a culture of being warriors to being guardians.”
For your convenience, we’ve also included before and after screenshots of the ‘Inside the News’ section of Clark’s website archive page — of course, the earlier picture, showing what the page looked like on September 21st, 2020, shows the article in the list, while the second screenshot shows what that same page looked like two weeks ago. However, it has now come to our attention that since this story initially went live on veracityreport.org, the article has now magically been restored.
To complicate matters, Clark now finds herself in the news for a whole new reason. That’s because her non-binary middle child was arrested Saturday evening for allegedly tagging a monument with anti-police slogans with spray paint, and then physically assaulting the officer that responded to stop the vandalism.
The Massachusetts Rep’s adult child, Riley Dowell, 23, of Melrose, Massachusetts, was arraigned in a Boston Municipal Court this past Monday on charges of assault and battery on a police officer, vandalizing property, tagging property, vandalizing a historic marker/monument, and resisting arrest. Police also found a spray paint can in her backpack and saw paint on her hands and jacket, prosecutors said.
Riley, and several others, apparently staged their destructive Boston event to coordinate with those who traveled to Atlanta to riot.
Clark condemned violence against police after Riley was arraigned Monday. In a statement to the press, Clark had this to say:
“I condemn violence against everyone, whether that is against police or against community members as a result of any person or government entity,” Clark, the House Democratic Whip, told reporters outside at an unrelated event in a Boston suburb Monday afternoon.
Clark has also mentioned several times that Riley has been plagued with nightmares due to “climate change,” for many years.
In the interest of inclusiveness, The Veracity Report reached out to Representative Clark’s office for a comment on the situation, but they did not respond.
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