Journalist says progressive 'revolution' has overtaken institutions, but 'normal people' are fighting back

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  • Source: Fox News
  • 06/17/2024
The Free Press co-founder and columnist Nellie Bowles argued the far-left "revolution" has successfully overtaken American cities and institutions across the country, but she remains hopeful that "normal people" are fighting back.

In her new book "Morning After the Revolution," Bowles documents how the leftist "movement" she once was a part of has gained so much traction in recent years and how concepts like abolishing police and trans ideology were quickly becoming mainstream. 

Bowles, a former reporter for The New York Times, says her book came to fruition after the Times repeatedly hindered her journalistic curiosities, like attempting to discourage her from covering Seattle's disastrous autonomous zone CHAZ in 2020.