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WaPo columnist Jonathan Capehart made a surprising statement yesterday. He admitted that the “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” narrative that we all saw and heard during the upheaval in Ferguson, Mo., and are still hearing from some, was a lie.
Whew. For a while there many of us wondered if a racist Ferguson police officer had murdered an unarmed black teenager who just liked to hang around convenience stores kicking with the Indian brothers.
But, as it turns out, someone other than default racist white people must have been lying… This time… And Officer Darren Wilson lost his livelihood and reputation for just doing his job.
Capehart did not exonerate all Ferguson police officers, just the one whom the media and Mardi Gras parade of nutbag racial opportunists persecuted for months without justification.
Capehart still seems to suggest that racism in the Ferguson police department is a given, because that unimpeachable arbiter of truth Eric Holder has said so.
But we should thank Jonathan Capehart anyway, for risking being labeled the N-Word and Oreo and House Negro and other shameful epithets embedded within the black culture, by speaking the truth.
In other words, for finally doing his job.
Capehart could have gone one step further and demanded that the black leaders and celebrities who propagated this myth 24 hours a day for months on end pay restitution to the citizens of Ferguson who lost their businesses.
But that’s probably too much to expect.
But thanks to Jonathan Capehart anyway; he is a mensch for finally being standup enough to admit what almost everyone but the MSM and a few race hustlers suspected very, very early on, and what we have all known for months.
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