We couldn't make it up if we tried. The following pic taken by CNN cameras says it all.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Well... not literally, but when the good people of Ferguson were done, Jesse Jackson had no doubt that he was not welcome.
The real takeaway here is that Republican elites should read the handwriting on the wall and stop cheering an assured victory in November. Republican elites are spending millions of dollars to defeat Tea-Party challengers in contested primaries that - under normal circumstances - should not be contested and they're alienating their base to do it. That's NOT a good sign.
Monday, August 18, 2014
The lamestream media is finally starting to catch up to the truth. Here's yet another account claiming that dead teen Michael Brown, "bum rushed" police officer Darren Wilson just prior to the shooting. Also, watch the entire video to see the CNN reporter offer a lame explaination as to why they waited so long to report the officer's side of the story.
This Tea Party candidate is gaining tons of momentum... let's see if the lamestream media is willing to report what may be the political upset of the year.
If you've been listening to the media, you've heard that the Special Prosecutor who brought bogus charges against Texas Governor Rick Perry was a "Republican appointee," but this former Member of Congress just blew the whistle on that media fabrication.
Sunday, August 17, 2014
The narrative of the race-baiters and lamestream media hustlers continues to erode. The poster of this eyewitness amateur video appears to be sympathetic to the "plight" of Michael Brown, but a conversation in the background totally trashes the contention that Officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown in the back.
Ayatollah Hosseini Khamenei may rule one of the most oppressive societies in the world, but that isn’t stopping him from trying to use the turmoil in Ferguson to score some propaganda points against the United States.
The cure may be worse than the disease but this Republican scholar is saying that Republican voters should vote against Republican-elite incumbents in the November general election, even if that means that Democrats will regain power in Congress.
The story not only refuses to go away, and the plot thickens.
Posted By: Chris Carmouche