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Charles Rangel’s Defense Of Anti-Cop Protesters DESTROYED By These Four Words


Race hustling Democratic representative Charles Rangel recently appeared on CNN and attempted to defend anti-cop protesters–after two NYPD officers were slaughtered Saturday night as “revenge for Ferguson.”

He failed. Miserably.

All because of four little words spoken by CNN host Ashleigh Banfield.

Yeah, I know. I was surprised too.

From TheBlaze:

“There are people who are marching through the streets calling for dead cops in New York,” Banfield said.

“They are not,” Rangel shot back, seemingly confident he was right on the issue.

“We’ve got the video,” the CNN host added. “It’s heartbreaking to see people marching through the streets of New York saying, ‘What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want it? Now.’ And they said it over and over again.”

“It’s tragic to think that this is acceptable,” she continued. “For them it was.”


Video proof protesters were calling for cops to be murdered. Sorry to burst your bubble, Mr. Rangel, but the nuts out there weren’t “peaceful” protesters looking to advance race relations in America.

They were crazed cop-hating dopes–low information voters–who have been spoon fed poisonous ideology and false race narratives by Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Barack Obama.

No one should be defending these atrocious people and their vicious attitudes toward law enforcement. This isn’t the way to solve racial issues. Ever.

Rangel should be using his influence as a Congressman to denounce and condemn violence of any kind by protesters, especially killing cops, and seek to encourage open dialogues with law enforcement and concerned citizens.

Instead, he’s serving as Obama’s puppet, helping him shove his progressive agenda down the throats of all Americans by keeping us divided by skin color.

Shame on you, Mr. Rangel. Shame on you.

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Michael Cantrell

Michael Cantrell is a conservative journalist/blogger with over 8 years of professional writing experience writing for some of the largest publications on the Internet. He has participated in several campaigns to repeal Obamacare, worked with Tea Party candidates running for Congress, and more. Michael is a staunch constitutionalist and lover of American history.


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