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Yeah, who said there’s no such thing as a stupid question, huh?
Notice how George diligently repeats every ridiculous highlight of Darren Wilson’s dubious account of fighting off this young unarmed—did we mention he was black?—teenager:
He hit you first?
Yep, that’s what he said, George.
Yep, big as Hulk Hogan, George.
How do you survive?
Yep, survival was the optimal outcome, George.
Why not stay in the car? He’s running away.
Because he’s a police officer George.
So you thought it was your duty to give chase.
Um, yes, George, sorta what cops do for a living, ride around protecting sissy journalists and other citizens everyday.
And you’re absolutely convinced when you look through your heart and your mind, that if Michael Brown were white, this would have gone down in the same way.
No, George, Officer Wilson was cruising around looking for an unarmed black kid to shoot. … Usual stuff. Take a ride-along sometime.
Oh, if that were only the end of it.
In 1991, President George H.W. Bush’s administration overrode the verdict of 12 jurors in the Rodney King case, cleverly skirting Constitutional guarantees against double jeopardy.
The administration did this to appease a segment of the population bent on revenge without regard to our Constitution or judicial process.
They were emboldened by the liberal media and so-call black community leaders.
Get ready for a replay of that precedent-setting case from the lawless Obama Justice Department.
Because histrionics like this are more important than justice:
Blessed Thanksgiving Everyone.
And say a little prayer tommorow for Officer Darren Wilson and his family.
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