A few days ago I found myself arguing with some idiot about the Michael Brown/Darren Wilson case.
“Have you even looked at the mountain of eyewitness testimony and other evidence showing that Wilson acted legally, in self-defense?” I asked the nutjob.
“I don’t have to. I just know Wilson lied,” was his reply.
What are we supposed to do with the endless mobs of people like this? They’re smashing property, attacking and murdering random police officers and civilians, burning down buildings, storming police stations, clogging up our roads, shutting down commerce, keeping people from getting to work or home from work, and generally doing the same type of thing the current top law enforcement officer in the land, Eric Holder, did himself while a student at Columbia University.
That’s right, The Daily Caller reported that in 1970, Holder was a member of a militant group of armed black radicals who not only took over the Dean’s office, but also campus ROTC headquarters, demanding that the space be renamed “The Malcolm X Lounge.”
Back then, the authorities were terrified of the consequences of standing up to the black mob, and the space was renamed.
Eric Holder the militant black terrorist got his way.
That was then. This is now. Now, we learn that Eric Holder’s DOJ has doled out at least 1.5 million of our tax dollars to a group which used some of the funding to make a rap video urging the murder of white police officers.
But wait! There’s more! If all that isn’t bad enough, the black Muslim who recently executed the two NYPD officers in cold blood worked for one of Barack Obama’s key Islamic advisors.
I could go on and on and on, with countless examples of other horrors in high places and on the ground across this country. But what’s the point? Neither you, nor anyone with the power to do so are really going to do anything about it all, and the mobs know it. That’s why they do it.
Or am I wrong? Are you going to do something?
I happen to know exactly what we should do with these lawless scum. I also know what my chances of getting elected to any kind of political office look like.
But if I’m wrong, tell me. I’m at my post seven days a week, including holidays.