Ferguson “Black People’s Grand Jury” Sport Communist Hats At Press Conference– Media Ignores

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“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” -John Adams 1770

The fact that Communist regimes around the  world have murdered over 110 Million people is something that should never be forgotten, especially by the news media. But sadly the memory of most human beings is short, and in the case of the media, almost non-existent.

For example, Fox 2 News in St. Louis reports that a symbolic “Black People’s Grand Jury” has been convened  in order to decide if the Grand Jury decision in the Michael Brown case was fair:

“ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) -A symbolic Black People’s Grand Jury will met Saturday morning to go over evidence presented in the case of the shooting death of Michael Brown by then Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson. The group has no legal authority, but organizers say the goal is to uncover what they call a clear bias that was shown during the St. Louis County grand jury process.

What is truly amazing is that while Fox 2 News did point out that some members of the Black People’s Grand Jury were members of the African People’s Socialist Party, the media failed to mention, or even point out, condemn, or ridicule the fact that 2 members of the “Grand Jury” were sporting Soviet era Communist hats at the press conference.

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What did YOU do Roger.....you never seem to have an answer for that.

So this is what comrade "Black" Russians look like!  DA!  Nyet American in him.

I admire black people for their music and sport players but don't want them in politics. Their brains are wired backwards. They've been free for at least 150 years and just cannot assimilate into our society and free market, like the rest of the ethnic groups.

You like vulgar trashy rap?

Best thing about the left, is one day they will all go to the Hells. Lets send them to a communist country to live. That should make them happy.

What can we do to hurry that along?

HARDCORE DEMOCRATS AND THE RINOS ARE NOW DEMOCRAT LIGHT.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/spiritofamericapartybook/2015/01/04/am...

If the blacks pulled this crap in a communist country, their asses would be dead.

These ******* don't want freedom they want free free free stuff paid by white people. I say enough is enough. Send them over to eatern europe and middle east and Africawhere 27,000 blacks are still slaves. Instead of them wasting there time about that low life ****** michael Brown by being dead rids the world of another scum bag.

@storyTman,

Please review the Rules of Conduct located near the top of the page under the heading "Members", just hold you cursor over the heading and a drop down box will appear. You can then click on the Rules of Conduct.

Thank you

Since they embrace Communism so enthusiastically, give them all FREE travel to the Communist County of their choice.  Within hours they will be begging to get on their knees & kiss American soil. 

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