U.N. officials took over a Utah taxpayer-funded venue and designated it “international territory” and ordered U.S. journalists to stop filming.
The United Nations held its first conference outside of New York City and it didn’t go very well.
Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah was the location for the event. The U.N. commandeered the venue, declared it “international territory,” and forced U.S. reporters to turn off their recording devices.
You may not have heard of this event – the incident occurred at the end of August. The Utah state legislature provided $650,000 for the conference. So U.S. taxpayers funded this “international shindig” of American-hating globalists.
A local journalist attempted to video the conference when a foreign security guard approached her and demanded she stop recording. The reporter argued that this was her city and she could record.
The foreign woman said she worked for the U.N., and she did not give the reporter permission to film her face, and then said that area was “international territory.”
This is not something you’ll see on the mainstream media.
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