~ “I hope we once again have reminded people that man is not free unless government is limited. There’s a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: as government expands, liberty contracts.” Ronald Reagan.
In 1964 a group of students calling themselves the Free Speech Movement “demanded” much more than free speech after the University of California at Berkeley had forbidden them to use school property to organize off-campus political activities. They stormed the administration building and took over university offices. FSM made a list of demands; more professors, academic departments, and more weird course studies (does any of this sound familiar?) to which the university president, named Kerr, promptly accepted in front of a throng of cheering students…only his terms of capitulation stipulated that none of the student leaders would be able to climb the podium and speak to the crowd as well. So when the student leader, Mario Savio, did just that, taking the mic away from President Kerr to deliver his version of the standard “workers of the world unite” harangue, campus police pulled Savio off the stage….thus…you guessed it…interfering with his free speech.
So, naturally, the occupation continued. And grew, which as one activist recalled, was their purpose all along.
(For background, Savio was a trained organizer, having spent the summer of ’64, called Freedom Summer, in Mississippi, training how to work a leftist agenda into the civil rights movement, using young blacks.)
The politics of the ’64 Berkeley campus revolt you can recognize today for it illuminated the classic confrontation of world views. Ayn Rand in her celebrated series of essays, The Return of the Primitive, described this confrontation this way; no matter how petty and petulant, no matter how childish, no matter how infantile the students beliefs were, the administration believed in nothing at all, other than protecting their own status. Thus it was a cake-walk. When some thing of even the slightest substance, no matter how puerile, runs head long into nothingness, nothing disintegrates.
Note that at no time did these students represent more than 2% of the campus population, but also representing, the upper 2% of affluence in the state of California; spoiled rich kids….
Last Wednesday night, after returning from a birthday party, Jamyla Bolden, was sitting on her mother’s bed doing her homework when someone walked up to their house and fired five shots into the home killing 9 year old Jamyla and hitting her mother, Kendric Henderson, in the leg.
They also believe the shooter stood close to the front of the house and took aim through the bedroom window. There were five visible bullet holes on the exterior of the house: three in the screens of two windows with shattered glass behind them, and two more in the house’s aluminum siding….
‘When I turned her over I could see the blood coming out of her nose, but I didn’t know where she was shot at. I kept saying ‘I think she’s been shot, call 911,’ Henderson said.
Grieving the loss of a friend, one of Jamyla’s fourth grade classmates asked, “Why did she have to die.”
Where is the outrage?
Where is the Black Lives Matter movement?
HELLO? I CAN’T HEAR YOU, fake Black guy, Shaun King, DeRay McKesson, leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement!
Nothing, just CRICKETS.
The night after Jamyla’s ten-year-old brother witnessed the death of his sister; more than 150 people lead by Black Lives Matter took to the streets of Ferguson to protest the death of an armed black teenager shot and killed by two officers last Wednesday.
According to police reports, just two police officers were preparing to serve a warrant, two black teenagers, armed and in possession of crack cocaine made a run for it out the back door of the home.
The officers pursued the teens and after being ordered to stop, 18-year-old Mansur Ball-Bey (above) refused to drop his gun when ordered to do so, may have even pointed the firearm at the officers and it was a wrap.
Ball-Bey was fatally wounded and pronounced dead at the scene while the second suspect, only identified as being in his mid to late teens, managed to escape, police said.
Police say they found a stolen gun and an extended magazine in Ball-Bey’s possession and that four guns and an unspecified quantity of crack cocaine were recovered at the scene. Several others inside the home were taken into custody without incident….
As usual, Ball-Bey’s death presented opportunity for those with a nefarious agenda and instantly became the next battle cry from Black Lives Matter to create abut chaos, riot, tear and burn down that, which has not yet been rebuilt after they incited last year’s riots that all but destroyed the city of Ferguson, Missouri.
There are elements in the Black community who will white wash an individual fundamentally transforming a thug into a martyr but depending on whom one asks, it has yet to be determined whether or Ball-Bey fits the bill.
According to Ball-Bey’s family, he was a good kid but the following video in which Ball-Bey, a gangster rapper, consorted with gang bangers, possessed guns and bought into the gangster mentality might imply otherwise. (Warning: Raw language)
To be continued in later post….
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Yet there was not one voice among the agent provocateurs, not one rallying call or demand for justice on behalf of Jamyla Bolden whose death occurred by the gun of that same cancer that festers within the Black community and that two St. Louis police officers defended themselves against just hours before.
Correction: There was one voice, a lone voice but the man had nothing to do with the Black Lives Matter movement.
A lone soldier [my emphasis] came out the next day in protest, demanding that someone come forward with a name and calling for justice for 9-year-old Jamyla and her family. His efforts were barely a blip on the media’s radar and dismissed by Black Lives Matter.
[The above video has been removed from Facebook but you can view it here.]
On the morning after Jamyla Bolden was killed and Black Lives Matter rioted in the streets of Ferguson over the death of a thug, Peggy Hubbard, a mother and former Navy officer, posted a heart wrenching video on her Facebook page.
The video calling out Black Lives Matter’s selective outrage has since gone viral garnering more than 6 ¼ million hits. (Warning: Raw language)
This past weekend, Pastor Jonathan Gentry at West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles called out Black Lives Matter during a discussion with Fox Business host, Charles Payne.
Challenging the agent provocateurs/frauds, Gentry asked:
“Where were they at in Chicago?” “Where were you at in Baltimore? Where were you at in Ferguson last week when 9-year-old Jamyla Bolden was shot dead in her own home in that drive-by shooting on Tuesday night?
“…If you want to recognize black lives, recognize the ones that we are killing,” Gentry said.”
This is not the first time that Gentry has taken on the hypocrisy of Black Lives Matter. In a video that went viral, last summer, Gentry took on rioters who burned down parts of Ferguson, Missouri after the death of Michael Brown.
Black Lives Matter is just a meme, talking points, a fraud perpetrated by agent provocateurs looking for a paid day, self-enrichment and advancement in the social justice movement.
In addition, their intent is to get Black people so riled up that they turn out to vote in 2016 but not because the community is demanding that something be done stem the tide of Blacks killing Blacks and non-Blacks throughout America, which far outweighs shootings of Blacks and no-Blacks for that matter, by law enforcement.
While the streets of America are this summer as they are every summer crimson red from the blood of Black men, women and children killed by fellow Blacks in the community, their deaths are of no consequence to Black Lives Matter or their financial backers as proven in shooting death of young Jamyla.
This summer seems like a slaughter fest in urban America and yet not a word from Black Lives Matter who most Americans see as a fraud, distraction and worthless.
Last month, Ohio State Rep. Bill Patmon, called out Black Lives Matter for their overwhelming silence on genocide committed by Planned Parenthood against Blacks during an Ohio right-to-life rally.
Patmon who introduced a bill to defund PP stated, “You hear a lot of demonstrations across the country now about ‘black lives matter.’ Well they skipped one place. They should be in front of Planned Parenthood,”
Black Lives Matter’s response to Patmon….CRICKETS.
Other than the movement itself and the usual suspects looking for an opportunity to destroy and create chaos, the majority of Black Americans do not share the #BlackLivesMatter meme.
In fact, many Blacks recognizing the movement for what it is are appalled by their hypocrisy and their use of the bodies of dead Black people to further their agenda.
Thus, it comes as no surprise that only 31% of Blacks polled by Rasmussen imbibe the meme that #BlackLivesMatter while 64% believe that #AllLivesMatter.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 11% say black lives matter. Nine percent (9%) say neither statement reflects their point of view. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Thirty-one percent (31%) of black voters say black lives matter is closest to their own views, but just nine percent (9%) of whites and 10% of other minority voters agree. Eighty-one percent (81%) of whites and 76% of other minority voters opt instead for all lives matter, and 64% of blacks agree…
NOTE: A few nights ago, a candlelight vigil was held for Jamyla Bolden. Attendees marched from Jamyla’s home to the spot where Michael Brown was killed.
It is my opinion that conflating the two deaths is a mistake, correction strategy which again while pushing a movement excuses Black on Black crime.
As often happens in the Black community after someone is killed, there are these vigils, politicians come out to speak, people come out in support and once everyone is on record, they all return to their own corners taking comfort in the fact that they came out.
The move is hypocritical to say the least. Politicians put themselves on record for the next election while marching beside thugs with guns who kill their Black neighbors.
Taking advantage of a crisis, talking loud and saying nothing all stand behind demands for state and/or federal funding to “get the kids off the streets” and stem the tide of the violence that plagues the Black community.
In the end, most of the funding gets lost along the way, politicians throw community leaders a bone and the streets continue to shine crimson red from the flow of blood.
The following post was written a decade ago but remains relevant today.
Yale graduate and ideologue, Joshua Kaplowitz, wrote an article about his experiences after attending five weeks of teacher boot campy courtesy of Teach for America (TFA), an organization whose primary agenda is social justice through indoctrination (TFA is an affiliate of AmeriCorps) and at Emery Elementary School located in an urban community school district in Washington, DC.
Kapolowitz’ plan, while on paper or in his head appeared sublime and doable; however, suffering the disdain and bigotry of his students, parents and peers who became teachers who achieved their Accstatus minus the short-cuts of a social justice organization thrust reality to the forefront, “I quickly realized that my best-planned, most imaginative lessons fell apart if I didn’t have control of my students….To gain control, I tried imposing the kinds of consequences that the classroom-management handbooks recommend. None worked….”
Kaplowitz spent most of his first year, breaking up fights, defending false accusations, fending off threats by parents promising to kick his “white” ass and suffering abuse from a principal who rather than address failing and troubled students within her purview declared war on teachers who bucked the trend and so, Kapolowitz found no support from Emery school’s principal, V. Lisa Savoy.
Successful principals usually are mavericks, too, who skirt stupid bureaucracy to do what is best for the children. Emery’s Principal Savoy sure didn’t fit this model.
To start with, from all that I could see, she seemed mostly to stay in her office, instead of mingling with students and observing classes, most of which were up at least one flight of stairs, perhaps a disincentive for so heavy a woman. Furthermore, I saw from the first month that she generally gave delinquents no more than a stern talking-to, followed by a pat on the back, rather than suspensions, detentions, or any other meaningful punishment. The threat of sending a student to the office was thus rendered toothless.
Worse, Ms. Savoy effectively undermined my classroom-management efforts. She forbade me from sending students to other teachers….
Why did I stay on? Part of the answer lay in my own desperate desire not to fail….Another part of the answer was Teach for America’s having instilled in each corps member the idea that you have made a commitment to the children and that you must stick with them at all costs…
In 2003, Kevin Drum (now reporting for Mother Jones) shortly after the above article surfaced, posted a rebuttal. In the Washington Monthly article, Drum posted a letter from another TFA alumni who worked at Emery Elementary School allegedly a few classrooms down the hall from Kaplowitz.
TFA alumni and proud social justice ideologue, Nick Ehrmann, while patting himself on the back, accused Kaplowitz of blaming others for his failings going so far as to admonishes Kaplowitz (sort of) for calling out the principal publicly during a staff meeting.
My personal solution to such challenging conditions was to ignore the disorder and focus on building trust and peace in my own classroom. Over time, as I earned the respect of my students and families, I partnered with them to form “I Have A Dream”—Project 312….If Josh was attempting to call attention to the failures of the system and be a constructive critic, why is his article entitled “How I Joined Teach For America—and Got Sued for $20 Million”? Relegated to “uncontrollable” and “wild” status, the subjects of Josh’s pen have tragically become anonymous casualties in a cycle of blame, a cycle that risks weakening our continued commitment to public education by replacing it with hopelessness and fear (or worse, education policy that is misguided).
Knowing that teachers can and do succeed in even the most challenging environments, we should recognize Josh’s article for what it is: a distraction that appeals to the politics of failure rather than building towards a future of achievement….
“a distraction that appeals to the politics of failure rather than building towards a future of achievement”Spoken like a true Progressive.
About 12 years ago, a former NYC public school teacher, informed me that (a) TFA alumni were outsiders who took the short path to teaching and (b) that the “fake teachers”/ideologues were not expected to last long.
The culture shock, chaos, violence and politics that stood precedent over education and was a shock to the system of TFA alumni, many of whom were lured to their positions with housing subsidies and other goodies. See: New York Times 2006 article by DAVID M. HERSZENHORN entitled, “New York Offers Housing Subsidy as Teacher Lure“ excerpt below.
Under terms of the program, negotiated with the city teachers’ union, the administration of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will pay as much as $5,000 up front to the recruits for housing expenses, including the cost of moving to the New York area, a down payment on buying a home, or broker fees and security deposits for renters.
The program will also pay a $400 monthly housing stipend for two years. Teachers can live wherever they want within the metropolitan region but must commit to work for three years in one of New York City’s toughest middle schools or high schools….City education officials said they planned to market the new program forcefully on recruiting trips to the Northwest, the Southeast and especially California, where housing costs are also high….
TFA actively recruits recent college graduates and mid-career professionals to commit to teach for a minimum of two years in high need, low income schools throughout the country. The vast majority of recruits have no prior teaching experience, university-based courses in education,nor certification upon entry into the program….
In the same report referencing the turn-over rate of TFA alumni which continues until this day:
most studies indicate that retention remains an issue. Raymond (2002) reported that at the end of two years, more than 60% of TFA teachers in her study had left teaching in the Houston district, compared to 45 to 50% of other new teachers who left the district. , Darling – Hammond et. al (2005) determined that between 57 and 90% of TFA teachers had left after two years, and that between 72 and 100% had left after three years. More recently, a 2006 study found that between 10 and 15% of each TFA corps class leaves before completing their two-year commitment (Boyd, et. al., 2006). A comparison study of New York City (NYC) teachers found that 90% of TFA recruits left by year four. In the same study, close to 60% of other uncertified teachers left in the same time period and about 50% of NYC Teaching Fellows, who are also uncertified had also left. In contrast, just over 40% of “regular certified” teachers left in the same time period (Kane, et. al., 2006).
The question for most districts, however, is whether TFA teachers do as well as or better than credentialed non-TFA teachers with whom school districts aim to staff their schools. On this question, studies indicate that the students of novice TFA teachers perform significantly less well in reading and mathematics than those of credentialed beginning teachers.
Experience has a positive effect for both TFA and non-TFA teachers. Most studies find that the relatively few TFA teachers who stay long enough to become fully credentialed (typically after two years) appear to do about as well as other similarly experienced credentialed teachers in teaching reading; they do as well as, and sometimes better than, that comparison group in teaching mathematics. However, since more than 50% of TFA teachers leave after two years, and more than 80% leave after three years, it is impossible to know whether these more positive findings for experienced recruits result from additional training and experience or from attrition of TFA teachers who may be less effective. From a school-wide perspective, the high turnover of TFA teachers is costly….
The report recommends that TFA alumni be considered as temporary and substitute teachers only. Source: “Teach For America: A Review of the Evidence,” Epic and the Public Interest Center, University of Colorado-Boulder.
As reported in a 2014 article written by George Joseph, The Nation
While Teach For America may lack insider influence in certain progressive media outlets, the organization, which represents less than 0.2 percent of America’s teaching force, enjoys disproportionate sway in the political realm, from local school districts to federal agencies. Sixty-three percent of recruits work, as Teach For America puts it, ‘full time in education,’ yet a 2010 study found that 80 percent of Teach For America recruits quit after three years. The disparity suggests that while TFA recruits may not be able to stomach teaching, they do feel up to the task of other education-sector activities, like policy reform and foundation management….
Case in point, Nick Ehrmann, the individual that rebutted Kaplowitz claims in a letter to Kevin Drum (above) accusing Kapolowitz of being a distraction. No longer a teacher, Ehrmann is CEO and Founder, Blue Engine and founder of Project 312.
Under the revelations that it is easier to brainwash the masses when the indoctrinator resembles the subjects of indoctrination, TFA has since increased the number of non-whites, as noted on their website (screenshots below).
Source: Teach for America.
Source: Teach for America.
It gets no better, TFA who receives government funding, is disapproving of voices that speaks out against the organization and thus feels the need to silence critics with Alinskyite tactics while attempting to control the message. (Sound familiar?)
The harder TFA attempts to control the message, the louder the voices of fellow Progressives which leads one to ask, what is the real story. After all, it has been common knowledge for decades that TFA’s alumni are ill equipped for the classroom.
Is TFA not far left enough? The complaints levied at TFA are nothing new. Why now?
Could it be the TFA’s connections alignment with charter schools and its backers which concern me as a grandparent whose grandchildren attend charter schools in New York City, charter schools of which are under attack by public school teachers and their unions?
However, unpreparedness pales in comparison to the much larger problem with TFA: It undermines the American public education system from the very foundation by urging the replacement of experienced career teachers with a neoliberal model of interchangeable educators and standardized testing. If TFA intended to place students in schools with insufficient numbers of teachers, it has strayed far from its original goal. As an essay by Chicago teacher Kenzo Shibata asked last summer, ‘Teach For America wanted to help stem a teacher shortage. Why then are thousands of experienced educators being replaced by hundreds of new college graduates?”’Journalist James Cersonsky notes that veteran teachers and schools alike may suffer from this type of reform: ‘Districts pay thousands in fees to TFA for each corps member in addition to their salaries—at the expense of the existing teacher workforce. Chicago, for example, is closing 48 schools and laying off 850 teachers and staff while welcoming 350 corps members….’
Even if it means Progressives eating their own, when all else fails, there’s the race card and propaganda. Translation: Silence them by any means necessary.
Black members of Teach For America (TFA) know the real reasons conservatives and progressives alike attack them. Black folk aren’t supposed to seek justice on our own terms. Black teachers, especially from Teach For America, aren’t supposed to protest in the streets of Ferguson, Baltimore or McKinney, Texas. But whether in school or in the streets that surround them, black corps members of TFA are teaching the rest of us where a great education and the pursuit of justice should take you….
While not quite shouting, Black power and power to the people, omitted from Perry’s article is the mention that those running the show in the backrooms of TFA, much like ACORN are Caucasians. Just saying.
Moreover, the TFA has fundamentally transformed itself into a thorn in the sides of collective bargaining who has declared war on the organization, attacks of which are not in interest of the children.
Clearly, Michelle Malkin’s article, The Militant Takeover Of The ‘Teach For America’ Corps has hit the Progressive nerve. As usual, they attack Conservative media to divert attention away from the fact that TFA alumni are fake teachers. The five-week TFA boot camp program is merely an illusion. From McKesson down, these Communist agitators don’t teach, they indoctrinate. They have no place in our educational institutions.
That, of course, might explain the hashtag #resistTFA and #TFA.
Warning: It is no just the title of this post but the view from my window sill that will inflame useful idiots. So be it.
Front Page magazine reported a few days ago that Black Lives Matter protesters hired by Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE), formerly ACORN, have not been paid by the community organization for civil unrest and chaos they were hired to unleash (and did) on the town of Ferguson, St. Louis, Missouri among other places.
Black activists staged a sit-in last week in front of the offices of MORE to protest not receiving their $5000 per month salary and started the hashtag #CutTheCheck. There was also that agreement that MORE would cover the bail of anyone detained.
MORE has been active in the Ferguson protests and in efforts to free jailed demonstrators so they can continue vandalizing businesses, intimidating perceived adversaries, setting fires, throwing projectiles and human waste at cops, and engaging in the Left’s usual modes of so-called nonviolent protest. MORE believes that protesters should be given a blank check to inflict whatever harm they wish on the community in pursuit of social justice….
The Black activist organization, Millennial Activists United who staged the sit-in posted a letter on Tumblr and on their Facebook page. Screenshot below.
That’s the sound of violins tugging at my heart strings. NOT!
Note that some protesters were paid, I suspect incumbent upon their value to fellow Communist ideologues pulling the purse strings.
Those closest to the community organizers pulling the strings get paid, not really because they walked into the ACORN offices and screamed the loudest as many assume. They were paid to shut up, and like Al Sharpton keep the insanity going, as proven by their Twitter and Facebook feeds.
It is also their job to distract and/or shut down dissenters as Communists do and to move useful idiots by any means necessary.
As for the others, they will fall in lockstep or leave. Their community organizing slave masters could care less. After all, useful idiots come a dime a dozen….money talks.
Case in point, Brittany Ferrell and Ashley Yates both of whom receive thousands on behalf of MAU, Millenial Activists United. As pointed out by Weasel Zippers, “Ferrell, tries to justify her position in this Facebook post where she blames Ordower for screwing everything up.”
Yeah, MORE doing what community organizers do, distributed amongst the protesters a list naming those who were paid and the amount. That tactic, of course, did not go over well. I rest my case.
Elitist Black activists drunk on their Communist master’s kool-aid and the promise of $$$$ are under the common misconception that they are in control.
Community organizations, descendants of Saul Alinsky honed the skills of getting sock puppets to roll over more than a half century ago.
Long before the 60’s movement, white Marxists have used Blacks (dead and alive) as props to further their ideology. In so doing, many of these foot soldiers useful idiots were stiffed and betrayed.
Moreover, it takes a hell of a lot of nerve for one to assume that one deserves compensation for peddling the phony Black Lives Matter meme while demanding that others drink from the same pitcher of kool-aid.
MORE and other groups supporting the Black Lives Matter movement have received millions of dollars from radical America-hating financier George Soros (net worth: $24 billion). In the fall MORE even created an Amazon wedding registry so supporters could donate rioting supplies. And yesterday it was reported that hip hop performer Jay-Z and his wife Beyoncé (combined net worth: over $1 billion) wired tens of thousands of dollars to help bail out protesters jailed in the Black Lives Matter riots in Ferguson and Baltimore. Perhaps that money went to MORE.
These activists protesting on the blood and bodies of dead Black people, destroying the livelihoods of middle class America and the poor at the behest of their Communist slave masters whose agenda has nothing to do with dead Black men exposes this so-called grassroots movement as anything but. One has only to step back from the smoke and mirrors to see it.
If the Baltimore riots seem like a tired replay of Ferguson, there might be a good reason as to why.
A data mining firm with government ties that tracks social media reported that they uncovered a core group of accounts who appear to have driven much of the buzz and even more of the calls to actions by crowds on the ground.
The online activity of a few dozen of the same individuals were linked and timed with key moments in Baltimore and Ferguson, leading up to the most intense cases of both sustained demonstrations and episodes of violent riots in both of these cities.
An analysis of social media traffic in downtown Baltimore Monday has unearthed striking connections to the protests in Ferguson, Mo. last year, according to a leading data mining firm that shared its findings exclusively with Fox News….
Five and half months after sending more than 40 FBI agents to Ferguson, St. Louis, Missouri to investigate the shooting of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, Barack Obama, Al Sharpton and DOJ attorney general, Eric Holder’s abuse of the race card, inflaming passions and inciting riots nationwide, in their article, Matt Apuzzo and Michael S. Schmidt of The New York Times, reported that Holder’s Department of Justice, will clear Darren Wilson of civil rights charges.
Why? Well quoting Obama on another matter years ago, because “there was no there, there” and according to law enforcement officials, “an F.B.I. investigation found no evidence to support charges.”
…a broader Justice Department civil rights investigation into allegations of discriminatory traffic stops and excessive force by the Ferguson Police Department remains open… The federal investigation did not uncover any facts that differed significantly from the evidence made public by the authorities in Missouri late last year, the law enforcement officials said. To bring federal civil rights charges, the Justice Department would have needed to prove that Officer Wilson had intended to violate Mr. Brown’s rights when he opened fire, and that he had done so willfully — meaning he knew that it was wrong to fire but did so anyway….
“While the grand jury proceeding in St. Louis County has concluded, the Justice Department’s investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown remains ongoing. Though we have shared information with local prosecutors during the course of our investigation, the federal inquiry has been independent of the local one from the start, and remains so now. Even at this mature stage of the investigation, we have avoided prejudging any of the evidence. And although federal civil rights law imposes a high legal bar in these types of cases, we have resisted forming premature conclusions…
(Obama, Holder and Sharpton must have known from day one that the legal bar in the civil rights case against Darren Wilson was unreachable. At least their rhetoric inferred that the DOJ had indeed formed “premature conclusions” of their own months ago.)
The report is expected to be released sometime this spring prior to Holder’s departure from the DOJ.
The narrative as spun by the mainstream media and fellow Communists did not hold water but then it was never about Michael Brown, #BlackLivesMatter.
This is about Obama and Holder’s agenda to nationalize local law enforcement and the need to get the Blacks to the polls, which is where Al Sharpton came in.
All three in collusion with the Communist Party, New Black Panther Party among others pushed a phony narrative inflame and incite useful idiots into rioting and burning down America.
While they may have succeeded on some levels, they failed to get Blacks to the polls and now charges against Wilson.
Expect this latest revelationdog whistle news to gin up Obama’s foot soldiers the usual suspects all over again.