The race wars all fit in perfectly with Obama’s plan to divide and conquer. Check this out…
Supporters of the white cop who shot dead a black teenager in Missouri have published a slick video attacking Barack Obama for failing to back the officer’s family.
The seven-minute clip says that the President should have got in touch with Darren Wilson’s relatives to give them his support in the wake of the August 9 killing in Ferguson, a suburb of St Louis.
The video says that Wilson’s life was ‘turned upside down’ and that Mr Obama aligned himself with Michael Brown, the 18-year-old who was killed.
The unabashed footage is upbeat in tone and is set to two songs: ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ by rock band Journey and ‘We’re not gunna take it any more’ by Twisted Sister.
It makes clear the strength of feeling among some in St Louis that Wilson, 28, is the victim and not just Brown.
The footage also uses inflammatory language to attack Brown and calls him a ‘thug criminal’ who carried out a robbery shortly before he was killed.
It calls his friend Dorian Johnson, who was with Brown the night he died, ‘one lying witness / accomplice (who) forever changed the fate of Ferguson’.
The video emerged as the Grand Jury continue to deliberate whether to indict Wilson, who has been in hiding for the past three months.
It has so far been watched 5,000 times on YouTube and is called: ‘WE ARE DARREN WILSON – DON’T STOP BELIEVING BECAUSE WE’RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT!’
The seven minute clip goes through the story of how Wilson’s supporters felt that his voice had to be heard and so set about organising themselves.
Read more: Daily Mail