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The Washington Post Admits: RACISM WAS A HOAX IN FERGUSON


They didn’t say that in exactly those words, but they came really close.  The WaPo lives and breathes for racism, it sells newspapers to their low information subscribers.

But these days their racism meme is sooooooo weak and their “victims” are so pathetic that even THEY can’t keep the lie alive.

Here’s the headline and the conclusion of a story by Michelle Ye Hee Lee – a writer that is a solid leftist nut-case.

‘Hands up, don’t shoot’ did not happen in Ferguson

Outrage In Missouri Town After Police Shooting Of 18-Yr-Old ManBut we also care about setting the record straight. Investigators have overwhelmingly rejected witness accounts that Brown had his hands up in a surrender before being shot execution-style.

The DOJ has concluded Wilson did not know whether Brown was armed, acted out of self-defense and was justified in killing Brown. The majority of witnesses told federal investigators that the initial claims that Brown’s hands were up were not accurate.

“Hands up, don’t shoot” did not happen in Brown’s killing, and it is a characterization that deserves Four Pinocchios. Politicians should step carefully if they try to highlight this expression in the future.

Boom.  When you’ve lost the Washington Post…

Here’s what we can expect in the future.  Demonstrators and politicians and a variety of race industry professionals will continue to press the meme.  The press, in reporting the events will ignore the lies.

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