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WTH: Ferguson Protesters Stage Mock Lynching In St. Louis

At the same time that the Missouri National Guard has armored personnel vehicles rolling into St. Louis this afternoon, some cockeyed Ferguson protesters took their expressions of anger and frustration to a whole another level.

They hung themselves.

Well, the misguided activists staged a mock hanging.

I know it’s (a little) hard to believe, so here’s proof:

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Here’s a clip of a group lynching along with music and cool camera angles.

I assume these dimwitted tools are trying to equate a police shooting to lynching. They look absolutely ridiculous, but at least they’re not rioting?

This is exactly what I thought would happen when Obama let Eric Holder off his leash so he could come to Ferguson and raise protesters’ expectations by comparing Michael Brown’s death to that of Emmett Till.

Here’s an image of Michael Brown just hours before he was shot by officer Darren Wilson.

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Michael Brown can be seen stealing cigars, jacking up, and shoving the store owner.

That’s not the behavior that would warrant the kind of adulation being poured out in Ferguson and around the country. And yet here we are.

Michael Brown is not a martyr. America is not filled with racist cops with itchy trigger fingers, who can’t wait to shoot an unarmed black person.

And if you believe that America is full of deadly racism, then you’re an idiot just like these fools hanging themselves in St. Louis.


Jerome Hudson

Managing Editor

Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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