Daily social distance tour with Trevor Noah today presented two views on the argument about federal law enforcement intervention.
In a lineup of various experts who spoke about the presence of federal lawyers in Portland, Oregon, the Daily Show showed the same group of people who argued several years ago against the 2014 federal intervention against Nevada farmer Cliven Bundy.
Bundy was an independent farmer who was confronted about whether he had the right to allow his cattle to graze in the Länder.
Oregon protesters attack federal buildings as part of a protest that began as the Georg Floyd uprising, but recently became a demonstrator on the streets of Antifa, which even the president of the Portland NAACP took from his original focus.
In Bundy̵7;s case, the government confiscated his cattle, which led to the support of his fellow farmers and others against the perceived override of the government when both sides turned face to face.
In the case of Portland, lawyers are trying to protect federal property from damage or destruction by those who oppose the system and want to change it.
Does the assembly show us a montage of media? Or a comparison of apples and oranges in two completely different situations? Watch the video and decide for yourself.