Nellie Bowles is an old-fashioned journalist, the type who wants to actually experience for herself the events she reports on.

In her new book, “Morning After the Revolution: Dispatches from the Wrong Side of History,” Bowles chronicles going to Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, where anarchy reigned during the summer of 2020. She attends anti-racism trainings. She writes about what it was like to be a reporter for the New York Times who was trying to be a good journalist, and how she was forced to consult a “disinformation expert” to change her reporting.

Bowles, a lesbian and a former Hillary Clinton booster, also chronicles her own evolution as she reports. Listen to our full interview on “The Daily Signal Podcast”: