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Ferguson Race Baiters At it Again:


Thursday night Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson attempted to apologize in person to a crowd of residents asking for his resignation over his handling of the public relations after the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed teen shot by officer Darren Wilson.


Jackson was emotional as he swore out, “All I got to say is this is a f–king tragedy and we all know that and I’m sorry, And I said it from my heart. You don’t have to accept it but it came from my heart.”

After several of emotional back and fourths the situation exploded into fights, protests and arrests.

I don’t have a whole lot of empathy for the Ferguson PD, but this is ridiculous.  It appears to be some sort of “press conference” where people with cameras and recorders want to ask the Chief questions.  In fact, it was nothing more than a shouting match.  You can hear one idiot in the background shouting through a bull horn, “I got an important question…”

Jackson was right, the whole mess was a tragedy.  It will eventually get sorted out by the grand jury and probably resorted by Eric Holder’s Department of Racial Victimhood.  The one takeaway from this particular incident is the people in this crowd aren’t interested in having a dialog.  They’re interested in having a riot.


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Michael Becker is a long time activist and a businessman. He’s been involved in the pro-life movement since 1976 and has been counseling addicts and ministering to prison inmates since 1980.

Becker is a Curmudgeon. He has decades of experience as an operations executive in turnaround situations and in mortgage banking. He blogs regularly at The Right Curmudgeon, The Minority Report, Wizbang, Unified Patriots and Joe for America. He lives in Phoenix and is almost always armed.


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